When will the New Zealand Swimming World Cup be held?
New Zealand will be holding its first-ever World Cup in 2019, but the first event won’t be held until 2021.
A World Cup is set to be held in New Zealand in 2021.
But that doesn’t mean there’s not much hope of a medal for the country in the first two years.
New Zealand has only three gold medals in Olympic history and only one gold medal in the 10 years between the 2012 and 2022 Winter Olympics.
It also has one gold from its World Cup victory in 2012 and the silver medal from its win in 2014.
The New Zealand Rugby Union has already been awarded four gold medals at the World Cup and the country is still seeking four more medals for the 2020 Winter Games.
The sport is booming, but it still hasn’t been able to catch on with the masses and its popularity is nowhere near as high as it was during the Olympics.
The Rugby World Cup won’t help but New Zealand has been struggling to secure an international presence in the sport.
A new competition will be held this year in the Rugby World Championship, and a bid to host the Rugby Football Union’s World Cup next year is also likely to be put on hold.