Charity ultra runner Mal Law is cutting through his challenge of 50 off-road marathons in 50 days which he kicked off at the Tarawera Ultra in Rotorua early February with his body holding up, just, with 18 runs completed.
Mal Law who ran seven major walks in 7 days back in 2009 (7in7) all for charity raising over $300k is back, this time hitting the trails with a much bigger challenge, all for Mental Health Foundation of NZ.
Athletics Round Up - Alana Barber broke the New Zealand national 20km road walking record, Adelaide Track Classic Michael Cochrane won the 400m hurdles, Jacko Gill secured his second best ever shot put of 20.58m.. more
Records were broken on the final day of racing at Grand Prix 2 in Penrith today. In an ominous sign a year out from Rio, Jo Brigden-Jones, Alana Nicholls, Naomi Flood and Bernadette Wallace raced the fastest K4 500 time of 1:32.51 ever recorded in
London Olympic finalists Jesse Phillips and Steve Bird have dominated the men’s K2 200 final at Grand Prix 2 in Penrith today. The reigning National champions got off to a strong start before powering to victory
Day two of canoe Sprint Grand Prix 2 (GP2) has come to a close with a host of Australian athletes putting their names forward for national selection with some strong performances at the Sydney International Regatta Centre.
Murray Stewart has demolished the field in the K1 1000 final at Grand Prix 2 in Penrith today. The 2014 World Championship finalist demonstrated his elite pedigree by finishing more than 25 metres clear of Ken Wallace
Jo Brigden-Jones has all but secured herself a place on the Australian canoe sprint team this year after she combined with Naomi Flood to win the K2 500 final at Canoe Sprint Grand Prix 2 (GP2) in Penrith today.
The 2015 Bankstream New Zealand Rowing Championships came to a close at Lake Ruataniwha, near Twizel with more than 70 crews named New Zealand champions in their respective events , with Olympic champion Mahe Drysdale regaining his top spot