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Christchurch dawned warm and clear with not a breath of wind this morning as 3827 runners and walkers from all end of New Zealand lined up for the 40th anniversary ASB Christchurch Marathon.
Capital’s Lewis Clareburt records another Olympic qualification time and a New Zealand Open record in the Men’s 200 Individual Medley.
At her first Australian Age Swimming Championships, Bond’s Mikayla Bird soared to victory in the Girls 13-years 200m Butterfly
Sam Osborne and Samantha Kingsford captured the 18th XTERRA Rotorua Festival off-road triathlon elite titles on Saturday, April 10, 2021,
Bond’s Flynn Southam flashed his brilliance during the Boy’s 15-year 100m Free to sensationally break his own Age Record on the fourth night of the Australian Age Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast.
An incredible swim from Lewis Clareburt tonight. The Captital swimmer broke a New Zealand Open Record in the 100m Freestyle, swimming 48.96 seconds in the first leg
Two former champions will revive their long-standing rivalry at this weekend’s ASB Christchurch Marathon.
With some 4000 entries, 200 volunteers and thousands of spectators, the 40th ASB Christchurch Marathon will once again be one of the South Island’s
Lewis Clareburt from Capital Swim Club broke the New Zealand Open Record in the Men's 400 Individual Medley in tonight’s racing.
Powering through in pouring rain and wintery conditions, reigning World Para Champ, Lakeisha Patterson (S9), turned up the heat at the Gold Coast Aquatic Centre