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Dougal Allan and Simone Maier have won todays 243km Kathmandu Coast to Coast Longest Day across the South Island, West to East coast.
Organisers of IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong have today advised that the event will not take place as planned on Sunday 21 February.
CHALLENGEWANAKA battles expected between Currie, Smith, Wells and Adams: 'It's always nice to race here'. With a superb field of pro athletes at the Integrity Homes CHALLENGEWANAKA
Kiwi Alpine ski racer Willis Feasey (Queenstown) has achieved his career best World Championships result overnight, finishing in 28th place in the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships Super G.
The timing mat stopped at exactly the same time for Christchurch’s Rob Lord and Kirwee’s Richard Greer as the pair reached the halfway mark of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast men’s 2-Day individual.
Despite the New Zealand borders remaining closed due to Covid19, the 2021 Kathmandu Coast to Coast Elite Women’s field will have a distinctly international feel to it.
In a meeting held on 4 February via teleconference, the World Triathlon Executive Board discussed the re-start of the Olympic and Paralympic qualification periods.
The former All Black captain turned adventure racer Richie McCaw will take on the tandem section for the third time in a team alongside long-time friend and teammate Rob Nicol
Winter athletes are ramping up their Olympic campaigns with today (February 4th) marking one year to the Beijing Winter Olympic Games.
There are more rewards on offer for the minor placings at the 39th Kathmandu Coast to Coast, but achieving one of those places just got a whole lot harder according to Race Director Glen Currie.