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7105 Results


HuairasinchiMovistar ARWS 2018: The Route of the Sacred Water

HuairasinchiMovistar ARWS 2018, started today with 31 teams, course changed due to flooded rivers.


Interview with Dani Buyo, CEO of the Gran Fondo World Tour, who reports on the current situation of this international cycling circuit,


Get race-ready with Tim Don’s new training guide

Ironman World Record holder, Tim Don shares his top tips on training with his free Training Guide, which offers an extensive manual to triathletes looking to train for a new distance, better inform their current training


Orchard 5th XTERRA Italy

Kiwi Elizabeth Orchard 5th in elite race at XTERRA Italy, Lake Scanno, whic was won by Roger Serrano and Eva Garcia Gonzalez


Brilliant finish by young Kiwi paddlers

Finn Butcher and Zack Mutton signed off in style from canoe slalom’s under-23 and junior world championships in Italy overnight, collecting two of New Zealand’s best-ever results at that level.


Tour de France Stg 15 - Magnus Cort wins

Magnus Cort controlled a three-man sprint to win stage 15 of the Tour de France. Geraint Thomas holds the overall lead in the yellow jersey.


Athletics NZ Roundup - Nick Willis was sixth in the 1500m in 3:35.77

Nick Willis was sixth in the 1500m in 3:35.77 his fastest time this season. It was won by Olympic champion Matthew Centrowitz of USA in 3:35.22 with Australian Ryan Gregson second in 3:35.35.


Mendez, Paterson win XTERRA Beaver Creek

Mauricio Mendez from Mexico and Lesley Paterson from Scotland captured the 10th annual XTERRA Beaver Creek off-road triathlon elite titles on a beautiful morning in the Rocky Mountains surrounding Avon, Colorado on Saturday, July 21, 2018.


Australian Dolphins Swim Team swap the pool for the Reef

On Saturday July 21, a group of 25 swimmers on the Australian Dolphins Swim Team swapped the pool for the coral-covered ocean on a Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef expedition to Upolu Reef just off Cairns.


Bronze for Kiwi extreme kayaker

Rotorua teenager River Mutton has picked up New Zealand’s first individual medal at a junior canoe slalom world championship, snaring bronze in the extreme slalom final in Italy overnight.