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Athletics New Zealand Weekly Round Up

Athletics New Zealand Weekly Round Up - New Zealand Road Championships results, Athletics New Zealand AGM appointments


St Andrew’s College wins 2020 Kathmandu Academy entry

As New Zealand’s oldest running annual multisport event the Kathmandu Coast to Coast has long been synonymous with multi-generational entries.


Young guns shine as Mitchelton-SCOTT wrap up La Vuelta a España

Mitchelton-SCOTT a third-place stage finish for New Zealander Dion Smith, his best Grand Tour stage finish


2021 Nz Cycle Classic Goes Ahead With Changes

Race Director Jorge Sandoval announced that stages one to four will be held in Wairarapa while stage five will be held in downtown Wellington


Soaring to new heights at the Eagle Bay Epic Adventure Race

The Eagle Bay Epic Adventure Race soared to new heights on the weekend as 1,500 competitors spread their wings over one of three off-road adventure race events in south-west Western Australia.


Aaron Gate dominates final day to win his second SBS Bank Tour of Southland

Two stage wins on the final day has propelled Aaron Gate to his second SBS Bank Tour of Southland victory.


SBS Bank Tour of Southland - Defending champ Michael Vink takes slim lead

Defending champion Michael Vink will take the slimmest of leads into the final stage of the 2020 SBS Bank Tour of Southland.


SBS Bank Tour of Southland - Southlander Corbin Strong looking to make history on final day

Corbin Strong will be preparing to ride the time trial of his life as he looks to become the first Southlander in 26 years to win the SBS Bank Tour of Southland tomorrow.


SBS Bank Tour of Southland - Southlander conquers Bluff Hill to claim lead

Bluff Hill is one of the most famous climbs in New Zealand cycling and it didn’t disappoint today with Southland’s Corbin Strong claiming his second stage win of the 2020 SBS Bank Tour of Southland.


More than 2,000 organisations supported by $15 million Community Fund

More than 2,000 play, active recreation and sport organisations across Aotearoa New Zealand have received relief funding from Sport NZ’s $15 million Community Resilience Fund Phase 2