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Athletics NZ Round Up

Athletics NZ Round Up - NZ Track & Field results, Road and Trail race results from around the country, Obituary


Christchurch to host 2021 Mountain Bike National Championships

Cycling New Zealand, along with Mountain Bike New Zealand, has today announced that Christchurch will host the 2021 Mountain Bike National Championships on 27 and 28 February.


Howson wins final stage and the overall at the Czech Tour

Australian Damien Howson clenched the overall victory at the Czech Tour with a stunning win, his first in Europe as a professional, on the final stage of the race.


Groves takes over race lead on stage three of the Czech Tour

Aussie pro cycling team Mitchelton-SCOTT will head into the final stage of the Czech Tour with the race lead after successfully defending the yellow jersey on stage three.


Groves 10th as Durbridge retains race lead on stage two of the Czech Tour

Mitchelton-SCOTT and Australian Luke Durbridge retained the race lead at the Czech Tour as stage two came down to a sprint finish in Uničov.


Talkin’ Tire Pressure, Style & Width with Sam Osborne

In this week’s mountain bike tips & tricks training series we return to Rotorua, New Zealand to get pro tips on tires from two-time XTERRA Asia-Pacific Tour Champion Sam Osborne.


3rd Annual Wicked Winter 6hr Rogaine in support of New Zealand Red Cross

Over 600 competitors filled the hills around Orton Bradley Park for one of the biggest (in terms of numbers) longer distance rogaine events to be held in New Zealand.


Elite Road National Championships to expand for 2021

Cycling New Zealand’s Elite Road National Championships will be expanded from 2021. The championships, again the flagship event of RIDE


Van Vleuten continues winning streak with stunning Strade Bianche victory

World champion Annemiek van Vleuten made it five wins from five starts in 2020, as she defended her Strade Bianche title in stunning style in Siena.


Trye out to break fastest half-marathon wearing the full firefighting kit

Simon Trye has been turning a few heads during training for the 2020 ASB Auckland Marathon, in fact it is fair to say that during his early Lockdown laps of his local block