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Six burning questions for NZ sport in 2022

Trevor McKewen
Sat, 08 Jan 2022

Six burning questions for NZ sport in 2022
The success of Netflix’s Drive to Survive F1 series has been a game-changer – imagine something with the Black Ferns' Ruby Tui? (Image: Getty)
Trevor McKewen
Sat, 08 Jan 2022
Covid has been the ugly drunken spectator yelling abuse for almost two years. But sport is a resilient beast. Beyond the pandemic, here’s six things that will matter in the business of NZ sport this year.Will Super Rugby 'Pacific' deliver in 2022?There’s a lot at stake in the 26th year of southern hemisphere rugby’s premier franchise competition.When the All Blacks held an iron grip on the world rugby’s No.1 ranking, the Super Rugby competition of the same era featuring New Zealand, Australian and South African t...

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