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Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) Vice President Ian Chesterman has been appointed
Chef de Mission for the Australian Olympic Team for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.
Cycling Australia is greatly saddened by the loss of Gary West, who has passed away in Adelaide at the age of 57. Cycling Australia CEO Nicholas Green OAM said that the cycling community
In the search for two missing men, beanie was found today, 101 people have been involved with today’s operation in Tongariro National Park.
Full in depth interview with Nathan Fa’avae the world best adventure racer and a horde of other stuff form performance nutrition to mountain bike maintenance .
A rescue is underway for four trampers on the Tongariro Alpine Crossing who reported being lost yesterday evening. Police initially received a call from two of the trampers at 8:40pm last night
A woman is very lucky to be alive after becoming lost on Mt Ruapehu while skiing outside of the ski field boundary yesterday.
Backcountry users are extremely passionate about the huts and tracks that allow them to access New Zealand’s great outdoors – so much so that many are motivated and willing to volunteer time to help look after these places.
The Supreme Court has just ruled to protect Ruahine Forest Park from New Zealand’s largest irrigation dam!
A child has serious injuries after falling off a track in Mount Aspiring this afternoon. Emergency services were called to the Rob Roy Glacier walking track
Sixteen southlanders have started up a new sporting society this month. It is called the Fiordland Endurance and Adventure Racing Society, or the Fear Society for short.