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Henderson & Barron take out Inaugural South Island Ultra Marathon

George Henderson & Helene Barron win the inaugural South Island Ultra Marathon over 100km of west coast wilderness from Greymouth to Hokitika.

Wee training run

Glenn Sutton is something of a freak. I'm pretty sure he'll like that description. How else could you describe someone who thinks a "wee training run" is a non-stop run from Dunedin to Middlemarch?

IRONMAN Group buy largest run and more

IRONMAN Group has brought the World’s largest fun run, the City2Surf Sydney which sees 80,000 runners, The Sydney Morning Herald Half Marathon..... more

IAAF Run 24-1

Following the success of last year’s global event, IAAF Run 24-1 will return for its second edition on Saturday 2 June with a series of 24 one-mile runs staged around the world, to support the Global Running Day, the worldwide celebration that encour

Athletics New Zealand Weekly Round up

Athletics NZ Round Up - Results from the Jane Paterson Cross Country and Ponydales Leith Cross Country Relays

Ultra Trail Australia - Swierc & Lamprecht win

Polish runner Marcin Swierc claimed victory in the premier 100km in an impressive 9:31:15. In the women’s race, it was homegrown Amy Lamprecht from Launceston who tore off the front of the race and achieved a one-hour personal best

Air New Zealand Hawke’s Bay International Marathon

Daniel Jones continued his rise in the marathon running world with a win in the Air New Zealand Hawke’s Bay International Marathon today, adding to his win in the 2018 Air New Zealand Queenstown International Marathon.

New Zealand Team named for 2019 Pacific Games in Apia, Samoa

The New Zealand Olympic Committee has named archery, athletics, taekwondo and weightlifting athletes to the New Zealand Team for the 2019 Pacific Games.

Stars out for Air New Zealand Hawke’s Bay marathon

Hawke’s Bay will this weekend host a record 6,000 participants and thousands more supporters as the Air New Zealand Hawke’s Bay International Marathon

Home Town Boy Steps Up

Christchurch runner Oska Baynes is the triple threat for this year’s ASB Christchurch Marathon. He lines up with an eye on the New Zealand marathon title