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Kepler Challenge - Jiang and Jones win!

Nancy Jiang and Daniel Jones have taken out a weather-affected 33rd edition of the Kepler Challenge mountain race in Te Anau.


Diamond League structure changes

The Wanda Diamond League expects to return to a competitive season in 2021, with 13 meetings leading up to a two-day final in Zurich in September. Athletes will compete in 32 disciplines for the prestigious Diamond Trophy, and the prize money has bee


PTO Champs CHALLENGEDAYTONA

The PTO 2020 Championship at CHALLENGEDAYTONA® is set to take place at the iconic Daytona International Speedway® on December 6th and will be shown in over 100 countries around the world, following broadcast deals secured by IMG.


Going Crazy in the Capital

On December 6th endurance junkies from all ends of the country will be going Crazy for the 30th time as they line up for Wellington’s longest running multisport event.


2020 Nanjing Marathon

Organizing a marathon event in 2020 requires vigour and acute attention to detail, and the City of Nanjing did just that. Over 10,000 runners underwent a stringent health safety selection process, with many runners participating virtually.


Surf Coast Century Full Steam Ahead This Weekend

The Surf Coast Century 100km and 50km ultra trail marathon is ON this weekend, 5-6 December, as runners get their first taste of racing post-COVID.


New World #1 Team, New Ranking System, and New Regional Races

The Adventure Racing World Series rankings have been revised and upgraded.  There is a new world #1 team, and there will be significant changes to how the rankings work going into next year.


Te Anau to reap financial benefit from bigger Kepler Challenge field

Having an additional 50 runners on the startline for Saturday’s Kepler Challenge will provide a much-needed economic boost for the Te Anau community, according to organising committee chair Steve Norris.


Calder Stewart Series - Wright wins battle Jones wins war in final

Wanaka cyclist Paul Wright won the battle while Canterbury University student Ollie Jones won the war as a final double header weekend of intense cycling action in Canterbury saw the Calder Stewart Series come to an exciting end.


Records Keep Rolling at Virtual Short Course

Para world records continued to tumble at the Hancock Prospecting Australian Virtual Short Course as session three rounded out this morning with racing in Hobart, Brisbane and Perth, after sessions in the days before in Sydney and Melbourne.