Tom Walsh and Jacko Gill were in action in the men's shot put final while Zoe Hobbs, Sam Tanner and Olivia McTaggart also took to the track and field.
This is the fifth time since December that Hobbs has lowered the New Zealand women's 100m record.
Eddie Osei-Nketia set the record in the men's 100m during his heat at the World Championships, beating his dad's old time set way back in 1994.
The Kiwi sprinter posted a blistering time in his 100m heat on a mixed day of results for New Zealand athletes in Eugene, Oregon.
The retired athletics legend says she was just "big and ugly enough" to survive in the flawed environment.
Kerry Suter was once a champion ultramarathon runner, but a mountain biking accident three months ago left him paralysed from the chest down.
A whopping 18 Kiwis have been named to put on the black singlet in Birmingham in track and field.
The Kiwi vaulter has had to change a lot to finally overcome her injuries, including making the tough call to not compete at this year's Commonwealth Games.
Sprinting isn’t a sport New Zealand is usually renowned for – but are recent results on the track changing that?
The team of Zoe Hobbs, Georgia Hulls, Rosie Elliot and Livvy Wilson set a new the 4x100m relay record on Sunday.
Keeley O'Hagan moved to Christchurch in 2019 to join Hamish Kerr and coach Terry Lomax after falling to a dark place.
Hamish Kerr matched his national outdoor record of 2.31m on his way to reaching the podium.
Laura Nagel is in the form of her life after knee surgery and she credits the sisterhood around her for it.
The shot put champion is calling time after more than 20 years in the athletics scene.
The Kiwi sprinter smashed her own national record once again, running a rapid 11.15 seconds at an event in Hastings.
Alex Shaw and Barry Robinson both lined up against Sir Peter Snell when he was in his prime.
Kiwi sprinter Zoe Hobbs smashed her 100m own record in the heats of the recent Potts Classic.
Hayden Wilde could include the 5000m in his events at this year's Commonwealth Games.
Cameron French is being trained with a focus on Birmingham and Paris.
The Kiwi Paralympian is quickly becoming a star in Tokyo.