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Sport NZ invests $7m in new plan for Māori wellbeing

Sport NZ Ihi Aotearoa has announced $7m of new investment over the next four years to improve wellbeing outcomes for Māori. This new plan will see the government agency


Off-Road Events back in the game – X-Adventure Dunsborough 2021

Entries are now open for Australia’s largest off-road triathlon, X-Adventure Dunsborough on Saturday 10 to Sunday 11 April, 2021 in south-west Western Australia.


2020 Macpac Hillary Challenge Final

Hillary Challenge Finals saw secondary school outdoor adventure racing teams from around New Zealand contest the event in the Tongariro National Park


Positivity at Big Bang Adventure Race 2020

The Big Bang Adventure Race, Shannon. Team Macpac held the lead throughout the final navigation and bike legs to take first place


St Andrew’s College wins 2020 Kathmandu Academy entry

As New Zealand’s oldest running annual multisport event the Kathmandu Coast to Coast has long been synonymous with multi-generational entries.


Soaring to new heights at the Eagle Bay Epic Adventure Race

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.


More than 2,000 organisations supported by $15 million Community Fund

More than 2,000 play, active recreation and sport organisations across Aotearoa New Zealand have received relief funding from Sport NZ’s $15 million Community Resilience Fund Phase 2


Motatapu returns to experienced local ownership

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 2020

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


Raelene Castle appointed CEO of Sport NZ

Raelene Castle ONZM has been appointed as the next CEO of Sport NZ. She replaces Peter Miskimmin, who steps down on 11 December after 11 years in the role. Ms Castle will commence her role on 15 December.