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Australian 5km Champs Crowned in Coolum

Noosa’s Nick Sloman and TSS Aquatic’s Moesha Johnson have been crowned Australian Champs in the Men’s and Women’s 5km Open events respectively, on the final day of the 2021 Australian Open Water Swimming Championships in Coolum.


Drama and delight in Abel Tasman swim

A team of sixty swimmers, kayakers, cooks and skippers last week took on a swim of close to 40km along the length of Abel Tasman National Park from Totaranui to Kaiteriteri.


Two new world champions on the snow

Big day for Kiwi's on the snow Nico Porteous claimed the men’s FIS Freeski Halfpipe world champs, backing up Zoi Sadowski-Synnott’s win in the Snowboard Slopestyle.


Edwards and Sloman One Step Closer To Tokyo Dream

TSS Aquatic’s Kai Edwards and Noosa’s Nick Sloman will progress to the next stage of the Tokyo Olympic qualifying process after finishing first and second respectively


Zoi Sadowski-Synnott Defends Snowboard World Championship Title 

New Zealand snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott (Wanaka, 20) has defended her title at the Aspen 2021 FIS Snowboard World Championships at Aspen's Buttermilk resort


Open Water Contenders to Clash in Coolum

Our nation's finest open water swimmers will head north this weekend to contest the 2021 Australian Open Water Swimming Championships at the Ozi Ski Resort in Coolum, Queensland.


Robinson second at FIS Giant Slalom World Cup

Alice Robinson (Queenstown) has finished in second place at the FIS Giant Slalom World Cup overnight in Jasna, Slovakia.


Alice Robinson achieves career best top 10 Super G World Cup result

Kiwi Alpine ski racer Alice Robinson (Queenstown) has finished in 10th place in the Super G World Cup held in Italy overnight, achieving her career best result in this discipline.


Oceans Swims take on Bean Rock

Brent Foster walked away with two gold medals from the Interislander Bean Rock swim on Saturday. One was for winning the race outright, the other for winning his M50-54 age group.


Port Nelson Sea Swim Series - Overcast night perfect for swimmers

Thursday wasn't the most attractive of evenings and the number of swimmers (91) was the lowest in 12 seasons of the Port Nelson Sea Swim Series.