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GPS 2018 gives green light to SkyPath + SeaPath

The Government Policy Statement released today specifically includes the SkyPath and SeaPath projects, which deliver the “critical missing links in the urban cycle network in areas of high demand… ….between Auckland’s North Shore and City Centre”.


New Eligibility Regulations For Female Classifications

IAAF President Sebastian Coe Reiterates Reasons For New Eligibility Regulations For Female Classifications (Dsd) In Meeting With Athletics South Africa President


IAAF Diamond League Mid-Season Review

The IAAF Diamond League has reached the half-way point with six meetings have already taken place this year and there are six more to go before the series reaches its climax at the finals in Zurich and Brussels at the end of A


New 100m Star Noah Lyles Rises At Usa Championships

The United States now has the great good fortune to have discovered two outstanding young male sprinting talents in consecutive years: first last year’s IAAF World Championships


Athletics NZ Weekly Roundup

Eliza McCartney set a New Zealand, Oceania and Commonwealth record of 4.92m. She cleared 4.86 to improve her record from 4.85 set in Oregon,


Peter Norman’s Family To Accept Olympic Order Of Merit Tonight

On the eve of World Olympic Day, the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) will present the family of the late Olympian Peter Norman an Order of Merit at a special ceremony in Melbourne tonight, Friday June 22nd.


IAAF Ratify Records

The IAAF have confirmed the following walk & hurdles world records have been ratified...


Can a surf Coast Trail Marathon help save a rainforest?

The Surf Coast region is gearing up to host its biggest-ever crowd of trail runners at this year’s Brooks Surf Coast Trail Marathon, which takes place on Saturday 30th June from Torquay to Fairhaven along the Surf Coast Walk.


Anyone Can Win At Wellington’s Marathon

The Gazley Volkswagen Wellington Marathon has been an annual highlight on the Capital calendar for more than three decades. The race attracts some of the country’s best runners, but this year one lucky finisher among more than 4000 will drive away in


Young refugees learn new skills alongside Olympians

300 young refugees and students from a refugee background today learned new skills and sports alongside New Zealand Olympians.