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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,


Silver for kayaker Dawson

Mike Dawson added a silver sheen to an otherwise disappointing weekend for New Zealand kayakers, picking up just the third-ever World Cup medal in Slovakia overnight.


World Rowing Cup - 3 Kiwi Golds

New Zealand, in their first showing of the 2018 World Rowing season, won three golds including the women’s pair and double sculls, and the men’s single sculls.


Forossier, Poor win XTERRA Switzerland

Arthur Forissier from France and Brigitta Poor from Hungary were both victorious and captured the 9th edition of XTERRA Switzerland, in a very exciting race in the beautiful Vallé de Joux in the Canton de Vaud


Poor Knights Crossing

The toughest ocean paddling event on Aotearoa’s racing calendar has got a significant boost with Zest Brokers Insurance and Mortgages company signing on as the naming rights sponsor, and it could be a deal that ensures the event has a strong future.


World Rowing Cup - Day Two

Semifinals are always hotly contested as this is the last chance to make it to the final. At World Rowing Cup II in Linz-Ottensheim, Austria this was exactly the case.


Kiwi Carl Read on winning Ultraman Aussie

Kiwi professional triathlete Carl Read won the Australian Ultraman title contested over 500+kms at Noosa Heads last month and talks to Sportzhub about his epic win.


World Rowing Cup II heats

World Rowing Cup II at Linz-Ottensheim in Austria began with heats in a time trial format. This is used as a test in case weather conditions mean that the whole six racing lanes can’t be used.


Jones, Dawson through in opening canoe round

New Zealand Olympians Luuka Jones and Mike Dawson have breezed into the semifinals of the first World Cup canoe slalom event of the season in Slovakia overnight.


440Km to Go for Tasman Kayaker

Having paddled an estimated 2500km, Tasman Kayaker Scott Donaldson currently sits 440km off the coast of New Zealand.