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As well as boosting tourism, NZ will also be a top contender for training camps and events.
The event is expected to attract more than 1000 competitors this year, half of which are coming from out of town.
The Government has given a $32m boost to a Hawke’s Bay aquatic centre that will host regional and international competitive events and contribute to visitor spending.
World Rugby and New Zealand Rugby have announced the tournament dates for Rugby World Cup 2021.
Christchurch will host the final of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2021, which is expected to bring in more than 15,000 visitor nights and nearly $3m in visitor spending to the city.
The Virgin Australia Supercars Championship added the Hampton Downs Motorsport Park to this year’s ITM Auckland Super400 circuit.
New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty has been announced as the new title sponsor of the Hawke’s Bay and Queenstown international marathons.
The enduring appeal of the All Blacks will boost hospitality and accommodation coffers in four cities next year.
Hamilton is set to host the Special Olympics National Summer Games in 2021, with more than 3000 people expected to descend on the city.
Auckland has secured hosting rights for two global sporting tournaments that are set to drive visitation and spend in the city’s tourism shoulder season.
Queenstown is gearing up for one of the biggest weekends in the annual calendar with the lucrative Air New Zealand Queenstown International Marathon set to take place on Saturday.
The six-week event in July and August 2021 is expected to generate 27,100 guest nights, says ATEED.
The Volvo Ocean Race’s 19-day stopover in Auckland generated 23,470 domestic and international visitor nights and $7.17m of GDP for the local economy.
BERL economist Sam Green puts a sporting spin on the latest tourist spending figures from MBIE.
The All Blacks v France rugby test at Wellington on Saturday will be worth around $7m to the regional economy.
Auckland has been named ‘Best Medium City’ at the prestigious SportsBusiness Ultimate Sports City Awards for the third consecutive time.
One local Christchurch hotel owner is counting down the days until the Golden Oldies come to town, confirming record bookings for the month of April.
Waikato’s hospitality and accommodation sectors will be among the biggest beneficiaries of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series moving to Hamilton.
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