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Commonwealth Youth Games swim medals for Kiwis

Commonwealth Youth Games Six medals for Kiwi swimmers puts New Zealand in second on Bahamas Commonwealth Youth Games medal table. Gold for Laticia Transom & Lewis Clareburt


Langton Burnell added to World Champs Team

Ben Langton Burnell is the latest Kiwi athlete to be added to the New Zealand team for the 2017 World Championships to be held in London next month.


Tour de France stg 17 - Primoz Roglic wins stage, Froome leads

Primoz Roglic won the 17th stage of the Tour de France with a solo move over the Galibier Pass, while Brit Chris Froome was third extending his lead to 27 seconds in the exciting mountain stage.


Open Water starts New Zealand swim competition

New Zealand’s Charlotte Webby has finished mid-pack in 5km Open Water race at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Hungary.


Melverton makes a splash with seventh place in maiden open water race

Swimming in her maiden international open water race, it was difficult to tell debutant Australian Kiah Melverton apart from the seasoned professionals in the field as the 20-year-old held her own in the tussle for the 5km title.


Brave Brazier’s top 20 finish in Open Water World Championship debut

There was no denying the strength of the men’s open water 10km field today at the 17th FINA World Championships at Lake Balaton.


Tour de France stg 16 - Matthews takes second win, Froome leads

Australian Michael Matthews won his second stage of the 2017 Tour de France with victory on stage 16, with Matthews holding off Edvald Boasson Hagen.


Shotputter Nick Palmer named New Zealand team flag bearer

Hawke's Bay shotputter Nick Palmer has been named New Zealand team flag bearer for the Bahamas 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games.


Senior pair head age group kayaking team

Kayakers Finn Butcher and Callum Gilbert will head a 14-strong New Zealand challenge at the canoe slalom under-23 and junior world championships in Bratislava, Slovakia, beginning tonight.


Dolphins prepare for Budapest with Dutch courage

The Australian Dolphins Swim team has assembled in the heartland of legendary Netherlands swimmers Pieter van den Hoogenband and Inge de Bruijn as they prepare for this month’s FINA World Championships in Budapest.