Para-alpine skier Corey Peters (New Plymouth) has claimed his third medal of the 2015 IPC Alpine Skiing World Championships in Panorama, Canada bringing home silver in the men’s sitting Giant Slalom today.
Jake Robertson gave a dominant front-running display to win his first New Zealand track title at the Les Mills NZ Track and Field championships in Wellington. Representing Waikato BoP, the 25 year old Kenyan based athlete lead from the start
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.
On Saturday, world record holder Mike Powell takes to the runway at the New Zealand Track & Field Championships after a 12-year competitive break from the sport in a bid to claim the world masters record in the 50-54 age group of 6.84m.
The 27th annual Triple Peaks Challenge was raced in hot conditions in Hawkes Bay NZ on Saturday. With a slightly longer course of 47.8 km the event was never going to be easy, but the high temperature certainly added to the days challenge.