HEWITT INTO THE UNKNOWN AT ABU DHABI VENUE FOR WORLD SERIES OPENER

March 06, 2015

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Andrea Hewitt is lining up in a new venue this weekend as she takes part in the opening ITU World Triathlon Series event of the season in Abu Dhabi, before returning home to race at the Barfoot & Thompson Auckland race at the end of March.

Back to Back World Champs Wins for Corey Peters

March 06, 2015

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Paralympic silver medallist Corey Peters (New Plymouth) is dominating the men’s sit-ski competition at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in Canada, winning his second gold medal in as many days with the fastest time in today’s Super-G.

Quest to qualify 14 Olympic rowing boats for Rio begins

March 06, 2015

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46 athletes in 14 Olympic class boats have been selected as part of the Rowing New Zealand elite team to compete at the World Championships in 2015. This year’s world championship event also provides the first opportunity to gain New Zealand boat allocations for the 2016 Rio Olympics.

VIDARAID FINISHES IN SECOND PLACE AT GODZONE

March 06, 2015

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Spanish and Brazilian team Vidaraid placed second in the GODZone Adventure race today in Wanaka. Team members Barbara Bomfin, Urtzi Iglesias, Jon Ander Arambalza, and Marco Amselem spoke highly of the AR World Series race and said New Zealand was an incredible country, and they loved being at GODZone.

World Championship Win for Corey Peters in Panorama

March 05, 2015

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New Zealand Paralympian Corey Peters (New Plymouth) has made an outstanding start to his IPC Alpine Skiing World Championship campaign, winning the men’s downhill sitting category in Panorama, Canada today. It is the first time a New Zealander has one an IPC World

Forrest Graperide #11

March 04, 2015

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Here comes Forrest Graperide #11 and the first thing event boss Pete Halligan makes clear is “there's no 1100km option”. The longest distance riders will take on is the 202km High 5 Magnum, two laps of the stunning scenic course that keeps sellout crowds coming back year after year.

Stroke & Stride race 7 Mission bay

March 04, 2015

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With the Stroke & Stride being a series of eight events stretched over the whole summer, an athlete is required to manage their season so that their form is good for an extended period. Rebecca Clarke & Jay Wallwork lead overall...

WORLD CHAMPION ADVENTURE RACERS SEAGATE WIN GODZONE 2015

March 04, 2015

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Three time defending champions and current AR World Champs team Seagate, have taken out the GODZone adventure race for the fourth time in Lake Wanaka this afternoon.

WORLD CHAMPION TEAM SEAGATE HAS FINISH LINE IN THEIR SIGHTs

March 04, 2015

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Three time defending champions and current AR World Champs team Seagate, look set to make a clean sweep of Chapter 4 of the GODZone Adventure today in Wanaka.

START LISTS REVEAL STUNNING QUALITY FOR AUCKLAND WORLD TRI SERIES

March 04, 2015

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The Barfoot & Thompson World Triathlon Auckland in late March has attracted star-studded fields, with the best triathletes in the world inking their names on the start list for the March 29 race on the Auckland waterfront.

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Dominant display from Robertson at NZ championships

March 06, 2015

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Jake Robertson gave a dominant front-running display to win his first New Zealand track title at the Les Mills NZ Track and Field championships in Wellington. Representing Waikato BoP, the 25 year old Kenyan based athlete lead from the start of the race in very blustery

M2C postponed

March 05, 2015

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M2C multisport race was back in 2014 after an absence of nearly 20 years, however this years event is postponed. The course set off from Mt Ruapehu and traversed the central north island to Cooks Gardens in Wanganui on Sunday.

WORLD CLASS 7-DAY MOUNTAIN BIKE EVENT LAUNCHED IN NEW ZEALAND

March 05, 2015

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The Pioneer was officially launched today in Christchurch, an audacious seven-day mountain bike stage race for elites and amateurs alike that takes riders (in teams of two) through the best of New Zealand’s spectacular landscape along trails that few ever get to enjoy, following in the footsteps of New Zealand’s early explorers.

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Third Place Overall for Corey Peters at IPC World Cup Finals

February 04, 2015

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Para-alpine skier Corey Peters (New Plymouth) has claimed third place on overall standings in the Giant Slalom at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Cup Finals in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Male kayaker rescued - Pukehina, Western Bay of Plenty

December 07, 2014

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At approximately 3.00pm Police were alerted that a kayaker was in trouble in waters off Pukehina, Western Bay of Plenty. A 46 year old male had fallen from his kayak and was adrift but thankfully wearing a life jacket

Goat Adventure Run

December 06, 2014

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The ever popular Goat Adventure Run from Whakapapa to Turoa Ski Fields, traversing the trail around Mt Ruapahu western slopes, has been won by former Coast to Coast champion Elina Ussher and Shay Williamson.

Interview - Jess Simson

December 12, 2013

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It’s been a busy few weeks for Wanaka based multisporter Jess Simson, with 2 top international podium finishes - first in Australia & then in Brazil. “I don’t like to think about my competitors really, I just like to focus on my own thing & do my best."

Interview - Del Woodford

December 10, 2013

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Cycling commentator Del Woodford tells us about Avanti Plus teaming up with Gordon McCauley to put together a junior coaching programme. “Its Gordon McCauley coaching…its a pretty exciting opportunity for some young riders.”

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