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Froome on the juice or an honest days work at TDF?

We ask Dr Steve Stannard, Professor of Exercise Physiology at Massey University his views on Tour de France leader Chris Froomes performance debated in the media.


Health and Safety Bill threatens 'locked gates' for recreationalists

Calling for changes to proposed health and safety legislation that threatens to 'lock gates'


Surf Skiing the freeze in Fiordland

Skiing in the South Island go together this time of the year but surf skiing in Fiordland would be considered a little crazy for most, but not Tim Taylor.


Win a combined $2,000 worth of Marmot Snowsports Gear!

This Winter Marmot is giving you and a friend the opportunity to win for yourselves a combined $2,000 worth of Marmot Snowsports Gear


Mother & Daughter rescued in Poukai Ranges

A mother and 12 year old daughter were rescued from icy conditions on the Poukai Ranges, near Mount Taranaki NZ


New Gopro - smaller, lighter, but!

GoPro has announced a big shift in its action cameras today with the launch of its “Hero 4 Session” half the size of the Hero we know.


Garmin® Rearview Bike Radar for additional safety

Garmin® announce a Rearview Bike Radar and Smart Bike Lights to Help Create a Safer Riding Environment


Red Bull X-Alps day to Guschlbauer

Local hero Paul Guschlbauer wins the one day Powertraveller Prologue, in lakeside village of Fuschl am See in Austria.


NZAC condemns the practice of one-armed pull ups…

NZAC has condemned the practice of one-armed pull ups and the plainly absurd idea of climbing on power lines.


Matt Knighton ‘toughest of the toughest’ sports reporter

What would one of the world’s toughest sports reporting jobs be? Well it took Matt Knighton on a 38,739-nautical mile journey around the world