The 2015 New Zealand Winter Games was the 4th edition of the New Zealand Winter Gameswas contested August 21 through August 30 in the cities of Naseby, Queenstown, and Wanaka. A total of 35 events across 5 disciplines will be contested, as well as a night parallel slalom to be contested during the opening ceremony. The event is officially called the Audi quattro Wintergames. 
|Opening ceremony||21 August 2015|
|Closing ceremony||30 August 2015|
All venues were located within the Otago region of New Zealand. Alpine skiing will be contested within Coronet Peak in Queenstown. Cross country skiing will take place at the Snow Farm in Wanaka. Curling will be held in the Naseby Curling Rink, or the Maniototo Curling International within Naseby. Both freestyle skiing and snowboarding will be held at the Cardrona Alpine Resort near Wanaka.
Five winter sports will be contested throughout the duration of the games. This is an increase from the total number of events from the 2011 New Zealand Winter Games.
Alpine skiing will be made up of the giant slalom, slalom, IPC giant slalom, and IPC slalom, all of which will feature both men's and women's events for a total of 16. Additionally, a night parallel slalom will be contested on the 21st during the opening ceremonies with the winners receiving $15,000.
Cross-country skiing will include the events of 15 km Mass Start Classic and 10 km Individual Freestyle for men, the 10 km Mass Start Classic and 5 km Individual Freestyle for women, as well as the sprint for both genders. A total of 6 events will be contested within the discipline.
Curling will only feature one event, the curling mixed doubles. It will include a 2-person team made up of one man and one woman. The event was recently added onto the Winter Olympic program, and this will most likely serve as an important testing event for the sport.
Freestyle skiing will feature big air (or aerials) as well as halfpipe and slopestyle. The halfpipe and slopestyle will both be a part of the 2016 Freestyle Skiing World Cup. All events will feature both a male and female version for a total of 6 events.
Snowboarding will include big air, halfpipe, and slopestyle. Big air was also recently added onto the Winter Olympic Program, so this will likely serve as an important test event. The halfpipe and slopestyle events are part of the 2016 Snowboarding World Cup. All events will include a male and female version for a total of 6 events.
Men's Alpine Skiing
|Night Slalom: Parallel ||Ted Ligety||David Chodounsky||AJ Ginnis Simon Steimle|
|Giant Slalom ||Adam Zampa||Manuel Feller||Brennan Rubie|
|Slalom ||Adam Zampa||Marco Schwarz||Marc Gini|
|IPC Giant Slalom; Standing ||Mitchell Gourley||James Stanton||James Whitley|
|IPC Giant Slalom; Sitting ||Sang Min Han||Joshua Elliot||Chi Won Lee|
|IPC Slalom; Standing ||Adam Hall||Mitchell Gourley||James Stanton|
|IPC Slalom; Sitting ||Tyler Walker||Corey Peters||Min Sang Han|
|IPC Slalom; Visually Impaired ||Patrick Jensen, Guide: Kirsty O'Sullivan||not awarded||not awarded|
Women's Alpine Skiing
|Night Slalom: Parallel ||Mikaela Shiffrin||Paula Moltzan||Nina O'Brien Kristin Gjelsten Haugen|
|Giant Slalom ||Chiara Mair||Lotte Smiseth Sejersted||Kristine Fausa Aasberg|
|Slalom ||Katharina Truppe||Ricarda Haaser||Elisabeth Kappaurer|
|IPC Giant Slalom; Standing ||Melanie Schwartz||Stephanie Jallen||not awarded|
|IPC Giant Slalom; Sitting ||Laurie Stephens||not awarded||not awarded|
|IPC Giant Slalom; Visually Impaired ||Jae Rim Yang, Guide: Un So Ri Ko||Danelle Umstead, Guide: Rob Umstead||not awarded|
|IPC Slalom; Standing ||Melanie Schwartz||Stephanie Jallen||not awarded|
|IPC Slalom; Sitting ||Laurie Stephens||not awarded||not awarded|
|IPC Slalom; Visually Impaired ||Jae Rim Yang, Guide: Un So Ri Ko||Danelle Umstead, Guide: Rob Umstead||not awarded|
Men's Cross Country Skiing
|Sprint Classic ||Eun-Ho Kim||Jun-Ho Hwang||William Poffenrorth|
|15 km Mass Start Classic ||Jun Ho Hwang||Seong-Beom Park||Eun-Ho Kim|
|10 km Individual Freestyle ||Seong-Beom Park||Andrew Pohl||Yong-Jin Cho|
Women's Cross Country Skiing
|Sprint Classic ||Olivia Bouffard-Nesbitt||Barbara Jezersek||Katerina Paul|
|10 km Mass Start Classic ||Chae-Won Lee||Barbara Jezersek||Olivia Bouffard-Nesbitt|
|5 km Individual Freestyle||Barbara Jezersek||Chae-Won Lee||Olivia Bouffard-Nesbitt|
|Mixed Doubles||Kalynn Park & Charley Thomas||Sarah Anderson & Korey Dropkin||Katya Kiiskinen & Paulie Jaamies|
Men's Freestyle Skiing
|Big Air ||Andri Ragettli||Johan Berg||Luca Schuler|
|Halfpipe ||Kevin Rolland||Thomas Krief||Benoit Valentin|
|Slopestyle ||James Woods||Oystein Braaten||Joss Christensen|
Women's Freestyle Skiing
|Big Air ||Lisa Zimmermann||Silvia Bertagna||Dominique Ohaco|
|Halfpipe ||Devin Logan||Janina Kuzma||Ayana Onozuka|
|Slopestyle ||Tiril Sjaastad Christiansen||Silvia Bertagna||Lisa Zimmermann|
|Big Air ||Keita Inamura||Yuki Kadono||Tomoki Wakita|
|Halfpipe ||Raibu Katayama||Taku Hiraoka||Louri Podladtchikov|
|Slopestyle ||Chris Corning||Yuki Kadono||Michael Ciccarelli|
|Big Air ||Miyabi Onitsuka||Natsuki Sato||Asami Hirono|
|Halfpipe ||Xuetong Cai||Hikaru Oe||Sophie Rodriguez|
|Slopestyle ||Jamie Anderson||Laurie Blouin||Hailey Langland|
The United States claimed the most medals by far, winning 10 gold, 9 silver and 6 bronze for a total of 25; 1/4 of the medals in total awarded. In 2nd was South Korea, with 7 gold, 3 silver and 4 bronze for a total of 14. In 3rd was Japan, with 3 gold, 5 silver and 3 bronze for a total of 11. The host nation, New Zealand, finished in 9th with 1 gold and 3 silver. A total of 18 nations took home at least 1 medal, and 15 nations took home at least 1 gold.
|1||United States (USA)||10||9||6||25|
|2||South Korea (KOR)||7||3||4||14|
|9||New Zealand (NZL)*||1||3||0||4|
|Great Britain (GBR)||1||0||1||2|
|Totals (18 nations)||36||33||31||100|