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Crombie And Savage Take Out South Island Tri Champs In Wanaka

South Island Tri Champs In Wanaka Fiona Crombie & Craig Savage take the title


Murphy Para-snowboarder holds on to World Cup Form

Kiwi Para-snowboarder Carl Murphy (Wanaka) has raced straight back into competition mode, claiming third place in snowboard-cross at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Para-Snowboard World Cup in Big White, Canada today.


ITU opens bidding for new Multisport World Championship festival

The International Triathlon Union (ITU) today opened bidding for the 2017 ITU Multisport World Championship Festival the inaugural event..


Radford claims fourth national open water swimming title

Kane Radford retained his national title in the New Zealand Open Water 10km Championships at Lake Taupo today. Penelope Hayes takes womans race...


World Multisport legend - Craig Alexander wins 2015 Port of Tauranga Half

One of the legends of world multi-sport – Australia’s Craig Alexander reigned supreme in Mount Maunganui today winning the Port of Tauranga Half from rising star – Braden Currie (Wanaka) and ten time champion – Cameron Brown (Auckland).


Radford, Webby lead journey to world championships

NZ defending champions Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby have more at stake than national titles in the New Zealand Open Water Swimming Championships in Taupo at the weekend.


Finalists Announced For NZ 52nd Halberg Awards

The outstanding success of New Zealand athletes and teams on the world stage in 2014 has resulted in 27 finalists being named for six categories at the Halberg Awards - the country’s pre-eminent event to honour and celebrate sporting excellence.


Australian Swim Team announced for the 2015 BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series

The Australian Swim Team will kick off the New Year in Perth this month, with a 24-strong team set to take on Japan, China and the mighty USA at the 2015 BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series.


Cate Campbell named 2014 Australian Swimmer of the Year

Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacific champion Cate Campbell named 2014 Australian Swimmer of the Year