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Athletes

The Halberg Games is an annual three day sports competition open to 8-21 year olds with a physical or visual impairment.

Hosted by the Halberg Foundation, the Games is a unique event in New Zealand and gives athletes an opportunity to enjoy the thrill of competition, healthy comradery and make new friends.

Athletes experience an authentic Games village environment and can try new sports while pursuing further sporting goals. For some athletes the Games may be a stepping stone towards future sporting success and even representing New Zealand in their chosen sport.

The 2019 Halberg Games will be held Friday 11th - Sunday 13th October at Kings College, Auckland, with all sports, events, ceremonies, accommodation and catering provided onsite.

The current schedule of activities is:
Date Time Event
11th October 10:00am – 12:00pm Registration
  12.30pm Opening Ceremony
  2pm Sports Start
  Evening Masterclasses
12th October 8am – 6:00pm Sports All Day
  Evening Masterclasses
13th October 12pm Sports Finish
  1pm Closing Ceremony

Sports confirmed for this year’s Games are:

Adaptive Cross Fit Challenge, Ambulant Football, Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Boccia, Golf, Gymnastics, Netball, Orienteering, Rowing, Rugby, Pop Tennis, Powerchair Football, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Turbo Touch, Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Rugby.

Sports still to be confirmed for this year’s Games are:

Adaptive Cricket


(NB: Activities are subject to change, please check the website for updates)


Once you have completed your registration form you will be sent an invoice for your registration fees, and also a link to the sports registration, where you can choose the sports and times that you wish to participate in over the weekend.

If you have any queries while filling out the registration form, please contact the events team on events@halberg.co.nz or call 09 579 1530.

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Team Assistants/Supporters

The Halberg Games is an annual three day sports competition open to 8-21 year olds with a physical or visual impairment.

Hosted by the Halberg Foundation, the Games is a unique event in New Zealand and gives athletes an opportunity to enjoy the thrill of competition, healthy comradery and make new friends.

Athletes experience an authentic Games village environment and can try new sports while pursuing further sporting goals. For some athletes the Games may be a stepping stone towards future sporting success and even representing New Zealand in their chosen sport.

The 2019 Halberg Games will be held Friday 11th - Sunday 13th October at Kings College, Auckland, with all sports, events, ceremonies, accommodation and catering provided onsite.

The current schedule of activities is:
Date Time Event
11th October 10:00am – 12:00pm Registration
  12.30pm Opening Ceremony
  2pm Sports Start
  Evening Masterclasses
12th October 8am – 6:00pm Sports All Day
  Evening Masterclasses
13th October 12pm Sports Finish
  1pm Closing Ceremony

Sports confirmed for this year’s Games are:

Adaptive Cross Fit Challenge, Ambulant Football, Archery, Athletics, Badminton, Boccia, Golf, Gymnastics, Netball, Orienteering, Rowing, Rugby, Pop Tennis, Powerchair Football, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Turbo Touch, Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Rugby.

Sports still to be confirmed for this year’s Games are:

Adaptive Cricket


(NB: Activities are subject to change, please check the website for updates)

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Volunteers

Calling all Volunteers - make a difference and have fun at the 2019 Halberg Games!

The 2019 Halberg Games is taking place from 11-13 October at Kings College in Auckland and we would love your help to make this another awesome event!

The Halberg Games is an annual three day sports competition open to 8-21 year olds with a physical or visual impairment. Hosted by the Halberg Foundation - Sir Murray Halberg's charity - the Games is a unique event in New Zealand and give athletes an opportunity to connect, compete and pursue further opportunities in sports.

Athletes can register to compete for their region and select from up to 20 sports on offer including; swimming, golf, athletics, wheelchair rugby, football, rowing, table tennis, archery, orienteering and taekwondo.

An opening ceremony will kick start the festivities on Friday 11 October. The launch celebration will feature a parade of the athletes in their regional teams, lighting of the official Halberg Games' flame and reading of the 'Athletes Oath' and guest speakers.

Athlete masterclasses and sessions will be included in the three day event to provide advice and support for the participants to ensure they continue on positive sporting pathways.

The Halberg Foundation is looking for volunteers to assist with the three day event to support in various roles.

This year you have the opportunity to support athletes in different sports, assist Halberg staff with various activities including ceremonies and masterclasses and contribute to a unique event that will see young physically impaired Kiwis pursue their sporting passions!

Whether you can help out for a morning, afternoon, a day or the entire weekend, we would love to see you there!

If this is of interest, please register through the link here https://halbergevents.typeform.com/to/EO8Rac

For any questions around volunteering at the 2019 Halberg Games, please email events@halberg.co.nz or contact Tina Gates 0277001628