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Karekare SLSC Call-Out Squad Recognised for Recovery of Drowning Victim

Karekare SLSC Call-Out Squad (ECOS) has received 2nd place for bp Rescue of the Month as the result of an emotional off-season drowning victim recovery.


Four Kiwi snow sports athletes receive prestigious X Games Aspen invitations.

Nico Porteous, Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, Beau-James Wells and Jossi Wells have all received invitations to compete at the prestigious X Games Aspen 2021 to be held between the 29 – 31 of January.


The Girls Are Coming… And They Are Fast

Australia’s only UCI Continental Women’s Team – will be racing the Otway Odyssey MTB and Great Otway Gravel Grind in Forrest Victoria on the 20-21 of February 2021.


Saunders awarded Marlborough sports honour

Tokyo Olympic reserve Callum Saunders has been awarded the Marlborough Sportsman of the Year.


New, community cycle event comes to Wellington this summer

A truly unique opportunity to cycle along the smooth lanes of Lambton Quay will be available to those in Wellington this summer, thanks to the creation of a new, fun cycling event.


bp’s partnership with Surf Life Saving New Zealand

bp has confirmed the extension of its partnership with Surf Life Saving New Zealand (SLSNZ) for another three years.


Vantage Cycling New Zealand pair tackle inaugural UCI Esport Worlds

Two New Zealand riders, Ella Harris and Ollie Jones, will line-up this week in the inaugural UCI Esports World Championships, all from their own homes.


Rotorua locals Hamilton and Hastings take race two at Giant 2W Gravity Enduro Series

Rotorua locals Connor Hamilton and Jenna Hastings take race two at Giant 2W Gravity Enduro Series


PTO Champs CHALLENGEDAYTONA

The PTO 2020 Championship at CHALLENGEDAYTONA® is set to take place at the iconic Daytona International Speedway® on December 6th and will be shown in over 100 countries around the world, following broadcast deals secured by IMG.


Calder Stewart Series - Wright wins battle Jones wins war in final

Wanaka cyclist Paul Wright won the battle while Canterbury University student Ollie Jones won the war as a final double header weekend of intense cycling action in Canterbury saw the Calder Stewart Series come to an exciting end.