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Shot Put Gold for Wesche at World U20 Champs

Maddison Wesche continued New Zealand’s stunning run of World shot put champions, winning the Women’s Under 20 World Championship in Tampere, Finland with a last gasp effort.


Ballantyne gets top eight finish at World U20 Champs

Ryan Ballantyne was the first of the Kiwi athletes at the IAAF World U20 to qualify for a final, but the shot put qualification didn’t go as smoothly as he would have liked.


NZ Under 20 athletes prepare to take on the world in Finland

A New Zealand team of ten athletes is in Finland for the IAAF World Under 20 Championships starting in Tampere on Tuesday night.


Athletics NZ roundup

Athletics NZ roundup including North and South Island Cross Country Championships, Kiwi track results from overseas and results of road races from around New Zealand


IAAF World U20 Coaches Conference

The 3rd IAAF World U20 Coaches Conference will be held at the Sokos Hotel Ilves in Tampere on 15 July.


Walsh takes Diamond League lead in Lausanne

Tom Walsh left it late at the Diamond League shot put in Lausanne on Friday morning, moving from fifth place after four rounds into a big lead on the fifth round.


Athletics NZ Round Up

Athletics NZ Round Up - IAAF Diamond League Nick Willis (35) finished tenth in the 1500m in 3:36.26, 13 years after he ran 3:32.38 at the same meeting to break John Walker’s New Zealand national record. Walker as a 35


Samba Closes In On World 400m Hurdles Record

For the fifth time in six races this season, the 22-year-old Qatari produced a world-leading performance in the 400m hurdles. But in his latest, a blazing 46.98 run at last night's Meeting


Wellington Marathon - From Japan With Love

A 42-year-old Japanese runner fell in love with New Zealand today. On her first overseas trip she took her first victory over the classic 42.2k distance in today’s Gazley Volkswagen Wellington Marathon.


Whanganui’s versatile Liam Back making fast strides in middle distance

Teenager Liam Back has won a glut of medals on the national stage over the past 12 months or so. Steve Landells chats to the 16-year-old Athletics Wanganui athlete about his rapid rise and future development.