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NZAC announces funding for six international climbing expeditions

NZAC Expedition Fund supports Kiwi climbers embarking on a variety of international climbing expeditions.


Deep Cave Search and Rescue Takaka - Tasman

Caver injured during Takaka Hill rescue exercise. Participants taking part in a Deep Cave Search and Rescue Exercise (SAREX) on Takaka Hill near Motueka tested their skills


Kehu Butler joins Red Bull Family

Young Arataki born Kehu Butler has been closely watched since 2012, and this week has finally rode his wave into the Red Bull family, as the company’s first ever New Zealand surf athlete.


5 ways to raise money for your expeditions if you cannot find sponsorship

I receive many requests from people for advice on how to raise sponsorship to support the cost of their expeditions or adventures (In fact I get so many requests I wrote this article giving 10 practical tips on how to do it yourself).


Crowd funding beach campaign shows up DOC funding crisis

FMC President Robin McNeill is elated that New Zealanders have reached into their pockets to buy a piece of land for addition to Abel Tasman National Park.


ITU Winter Triathlon World Championship titles on the line

The top winter triathletes from all over the world will join together in Zeltweg, Austria this weekend for the 2016 ITU Winter Triathlon World Championships.


See who’s won what at the X Games 2016

Get to know the athletes who’ve been winning big at the annual winter sports mega event. The biggest snow sports event on earth, Winter X Games, took place recently in Aspen


Gergo Verhas tragic death on Mount Rolleston

Climber Gergo Verhas slipped to his death on Mount Rolleston yesterday. NZ Alpine Club reflect on the tragic loss of their club member.


Interview Neelu Memon - Coast to Coast blind, plus more adventures

In 2012 legally blind athlete Neelu Memon completed the Speight’s Coast to Coast 263km crossing of New Zealand. We catch up with Neelu as she reflects on the Coast to Coast and other major challenges since, plus getting married this weekend….


Name release Waikato canyoning fatality

The man who died in the canyoning fatality in the Kauaeranga Valley near Thames was named as Bradley Mark Syred of Auckland. More is now known about the incident, which could have been averted...