Kiwi paralympic silver medallist Corey Peters is dominating the men’s sit-ski competition at the IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in Canada, winning his second gold medal in as many days with the fastest time in today’s Super-G.
46 athletes in 14 Olympic class boats have been selected as part of the Rowing New Zealand elite team to compete at the World Championships in 2015. This year’s world championship event also provides the first opportunity to gain New Zealand boat all
Records were broken on the final day of racing at Grand Prix 2 in Penrith today. In an ominous sign a year out from Rio, Jo Brigden-Jones, Alana Nicholls, Naomi Flood and Bernadette Wallace raced the fastest K4 500 time of 1:32.51 ever recorded in
London Olympic finalists Jesse Phillips and Steve Bird have dominated the men’s K2 200 final at Grand Prix 2 in Penrith today. The reigning National champions got off to a strong start before powering to victory
Day two of canoe Sprint Grand Prix 2 (GP2) has come to a close with a host of Australian athletes putting their names forward for national selection with some strong performances at the Sydney International Regatta Centre.
Murray Stewart has demolished the field in the K1 1000 final at Grand Prix 2 in Penrith today. The 2014 World Championship finalist demonstrated his elite pedigree by finishing more than 25 metres clear of Ken Wallace