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Petty latest addition to NZ World Champs team

Angie Petty is the latest Kiwi athlete added to the New Zealand team for the 2017 World Championships to be held in London in August.


World U20 Indoor Record

The following world records have recently been ratified by the IAAF World U20 Indoor Record


IAAF Inside Athletics - Elaine Thompson

The eighth episode of the current season of IAAF Inside Athletics is an exclusive interview with double Olympic sprint champion Elaine Thompson.


Australia’s Lucy Bartholomew Wins Ultra-Trail Australia 2017, Southern Hemisphere’s Largest Trail Ru

Lucy Bartholomew (AUS) and Tim Tollefson (USA) have taken out the Ultra-Trail Australia 100km title on the 10th Anniversary of the trail running event.


Record numbers for the Great Ocean Road Running Festival

A record of over 7,000 participants turned out over the weekend for Victoria’s iconic Great Ocean Road Running Festival across Apollo Bay and Lorne.


Frodeno, focussed on nailing Kona

With last Sunday’s win at Ironman 70.3 Barcelona, Jan Frodeno has turned a corner in his training calendar to defend his Ironman World Championship title for a second time. He now has only half a year left until that second Saturday in October.


AOC Welcomes National Sports Plan

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has welcomed the Federal Government’s National Sports Plan. Set to be implemented as a part of the 2017-18 Budget, the National Sports Plan will look to provide vision


Athletics NZ Round Up

Athletics NZ Round Up - Oceania 21km Trail Run Noumea Dulia Halliday second, Vosseler Shield Mt Victoria won by Harry Burnard...


Minister supports stronger anti-doping regulation at world forum

Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman supports moves to strengthen the global body responsible for anti-doping regulation.


NZ Half Marathon Champs bound for Kerikeri

Athletics New Zealand has announced the New Zealand Half Marathon Championships will be held in conjunction with the 2017 ASB Kerikeri Half Marathon on November 18.