Home / Articles
Do you want to advertise with us?
As New Zealand’s oldest running annual multisport event the Kathmandu Coast to Coast has long been synonymous with multi-generational entries.
The Eagle Bay Epic Adventure Race soared to new heights on the weekend as 1,500 competitors spread their wings over one of three off-road adventure race events in south-west Western Australia.
The iconic Motatapu off-road sporting event will celebrate 2021 under trusted new local hands. Queenstown based, event management specialists Gemma Peskett and Craig Gallagher announced today
Mission Mt Somers on the DOC track around Mt Somers Canterbury saw Ben Williams from Greymouth tipping up course record holder and seasoned athlete Flavio Vianna in the half-marathon course
The Integrity Homes Challenge Wanaka Multi was heralded a success by competitors on Saturday 31 October 2020. Winners Dougal Allan and Fiona Dowling
The Twizel Hard Labour weekend over two days saw top multisporters compete across kayak, mountain bike and trail running, with the Hard Labourer multisport race combining all three.
The Kathmandu Coast to Coast is proving to be more than just a multisport endurance race for some groups of young people in Canterbury.
In only her third-ever individual multisport race, Ali Wilson stamped her mark on the McDonald's Whakatane Motu Challenge, taking the women’s individual title in a quick 8 hours 19 minutes.
Andrew Martin, one of the Nelson region’s most versatile and successful athletes, died in a multi-car crash last Sunday.
Sea2Sky Challenge Christchurch saw over 350 competitors, with Mike Phillips and Julia Tulley winning the Full Challenge Duathlon