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2295 Results


Athletics New Zealand Weekly Round Up

This edition includes: - New Zealand Mile Championship, New Zealand competition results - International results from Australia, USA and Sweden, Road and Trail race results from around the country


Sadowski-Synnott claims bronze in X Games Big Air

Zoi Sadowski-Synnott has continued her incredible season by claiming the bronze medal in the X Games Aspen Snowboard Big Air this morning.


Wounded Wilson romps to ERCs ironman title

A busted toe and limited training couldn't stop Joe Wilson breaking through for his maiden ironman win at surf lifesaving's Eastern Regional championships today.


Nico Porteous wins X Games Gold Medal and “achieves lifelong dream”

Nico Porteous has won the 2021 X Games Aspen Freeski SuperPipe Gold medal tonight in Aspen, Colorado. This is the first time a New Zealand athlete has won the gold medal at X Games in Freeski SuperPipe.


Zoi Sadowski-Synnott claims silver medal at prestigious X Games

Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, at just 19 years old, has claimed the Snowboard Slopestyle silver medal at the prestigious X Games in Aspen this morning. It is the fourth X Games medal of Sadowski-Synnott’s career.


Alice Robinson claims second top 10 result of the season

Alice Robinson of Queenstown of has finished in ninth place at the FIS World Cup Giant Slalom held in Italy overnight. This is Robinson’s second ninth place finish for the 2021 season.


Ryan Crouser breaks world indoor record

Ryan Crouser breaks world indoor record throwing a distance of distance: 22.82m


SLSNZ announced this month’s rescue

bp New Zealand and SLSNZ announced this month’s bp Rescue of the Month Awards! 1st Place: Waihi Beach LS – for a daring rock rescue


Zoi Sadowski-Synnott “stoked” 2nd place LAAX Open FIS World Cup

Zoi Sadowski-Synnott is "stoked" to have claimed the silver medal at the LAAX Open FIS Slopestyle World Cup overnight in Switzerland, finishing less than two points behind winner Jamie Anderson (USA).


AOC Response to Tokyo rumour

Both Japanese Prime Minister Suga and IOC President Bach have this week strongly reaffirmed their commitment to the Tokyo Olympic Games going ahead in July this year.