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Absolute Wilderness Adventure Race 2019

358-adventure racers are today arriving in Twizel for the 6th Absolute Wilderness Adventure Race. The event which is based in the heart of the McKenzie country will take teams to some remote and wild locations in the one day event.

Christchurch to host Cyclo-Cross National Championships

Cycling New Zealand is pleased to announce that Christchurch will host a fully UCI- sanctioned Cyclo-Cross National Championships this year.

56th ISPS Handa Halberg Awards Winners

Shot putter Tom Walsh and kayaker Lisa Carrington were the big winners at the 56th Halberg Awards Winners

Calder Stewart Cycling Series kicks off in Dunedin

The new format for the SBA most combative jersey will add a new element of tactics for teams to consider as this year’s Calder Stewart Cycling Series kicks off in Dunedin with the Midway Motors Dunedin Classic.

Pride at the Rainbow Rogaine

The inaugural Rainbow Rogaine event was held at the Rainbow Ski Area in Nelson Lakes National Park on Sunday. The 3-hour event attracted 101-teams, approximately 300-

Ultra-endurance runner Glenn Sutton starter for the Badwater 135

Carving a tortuous 135 miles (217km) across the floor of Death Valley to a high point at Mt Whitney, Sutton will be the first Kiwi to compete in three Badwater 135 events.

New Zealand Rowing Championships day 2

Stella Clayton-Greene of Waikato RPC finished first in repechage one of the women’s U20 single scull, with Justine Hobbs,

Surprised leader can’t wait to test herself again in Alps 2 Ocean Ultra

Queenstown runner Kerryn Bell was surprised to be leading her first ultra-running event last year, the Alps 2 Ocean Ultra, and looked set to win the week long stage race

Vicky Holland is lucky number 13

Olympic bronze medallist, Commonwealth Games Champion, 2x World Mixed Team Champion, current WTS female World Champion, and now Lucky Number 13.

New Zealand Rowing Championships

The first day of the 2019 Rocket Foods New Zealand Rowing Championships saw challenging conditions with strong head winds, as 764 athletes from 49 clubs competed in heats across 77 events.