1209 Results

Body Logic win Taranaki Steelformers Around The Mountain Relay

Body Logic finally cracks the stranglehold Ravensdown Hawera Harriers have had on the Taranaki Steelformers Around The Mountain Relay.

Sport NZ seeks public views on sport integrity

Sport NZ has launched nationwide public consultation on its review into sport integrity, calling on anyone involved in sport to share their thoughts on a range of integrity issues through an online survey that will be open for the next six weeks.

IOC Athletes Rights and Responsibilities Declaration

The New Zealand Olympic Committee has endorsed the IOC Athletes’ Rights and Responsibilities Declaration, calling it a positive step towards understanding and strengthening athlete welfare and rights.

Carnival Fever Spreads into American College System

The upcoming Fulton Hogan Tasmanian Christmas Carnival series has attracted a trio of American College athletes racing in the running series.

International Anti-Doping Leaders stand united

Following the unprecedented outcry from the world’s athletes over the recent actions and decisions of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the leaders of 18 National Anti-Doping

Athletics NZ Round UP

Athletics NZ Round UP - New Zealand Track and Field meetings, including Liam Wilson's record-breaking results from Dunedin, VRWC at Mentone and Shield at Casey Field, Melbourne

Kawerau mountain race

The 63rd Kawerau mountain race established one record that saw the Australian Pomona team secure a King and Queen double for the first time since the Trans-Tasman Challenge began in 1985.

New world record half Marathon

Kenya’s Abraham Kiptum breaks world Half Marathon record clocking 58:18 at the Medio Maratón de Valencia Trinidad

ASB Auckland Marathon wins taken by Aussies

Auckland Marathon - David Criniti (Sydney) and Fiona Yates (Sydney) taking the men’s and women’s races, with Kiwi Daniel Jones in sight of winner taking second...

Refugee Running To A New Life Lines Up As Favourite At Asb Auckland Marathon

Eritrean born Isaias Beyn looms as the greatest threat to the Kiwis at Sunday’s ASB Auckland Marathon, in a men’s race that has any number of podium contenders, with the now Australia domiciled athlete on the comeback trail after a frustrating couple