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The Double Rainbow Trail Run Receives International Recognition

Kiwis have more chances of qualifying for UTMB without having to travel overseas. What started as a small grassroots trail event five years ago has now grown into an internationally recognised trail marathon,


Mason out to defend NZ marathon title in Rotorua

Alice Mason will be up against an unknown over the marathon distance in Olivia Burne, in the defence of her national marathon title at the 54th Rotorua Marathon on Saturday.


Fantasy Diamond League

With the imminent start of the 2018 IAAF Diamond League, the IAAF announce the return of the Fantasy Diamond League.


Hundreds head to inaugural Margaret River Ultra Marathon this weekend

This Saturday over 700 runners from across Australia and overseas will test their physical limits at the inaugural Margaret River Ultra Marathon, a scenic and diverse 80km trail running race from Hamelin Bay to Wilyabrup on the Cape to Cape coastline


Waitakere Ranges trails which are open

Here is the lowdown from Auckland Council on the closure of the Waitakere Ranges due to Kauri Dieback. This includes a list of the tracks that are open from today. The rest of the Waitakere Ranges is closed.


Athletics NZ roundup

Athletics NZ roundup including Cross Country results from Wellington and Christchurch, Kiwis in US and results of road races from around New Zealand


Macpac Motatapu move to two days festival

In the most significant news in the soon to be 15-year history of the Macpac Motatapu multisport event, organisers have confirmed the move to a two-day schedule in 2019, allowing the iconic event the space to grow and provide an even better experienc


IAAF - Female Classification

The IAAF this week issued new Eligibility Regulations for Female Classification (Athlete with Differences of Sexual Development) for events from 400m


Great Kauri Run

Every competitor entered into the Coromandel’s Great Kauri Run on 5 May will play an active role in re-establishing healthy kauri forest that once reigned supreme.


Athletics New Zealand has lost its Patron and one of its most distinguished members.

Arthur Eustace QSO of Waikanae, an outstanding New Zealand sprinter and hurdler, athletics coach, and national and international track and field administrator died on Tuesday 24 April 2018, two days after his 92nd birthday.