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Byron Wells Announces Retirement from NZ National Freeski Team

Top New Zealand freeskier Byron Wells has announced his retirement from the NZ National Freeski Team and competitive freeskiing.


Challenge Wanaka Social Triathlon

The Challenge Wanaka team in conjunction with Wanaka Medical have created a new challenge for next February, which everyone can participate in, the Wanaka Medical Social Triathlon.


NZ Freeskiers back in action

The Freeski World Cup Circuit kicked off overnight with the FIS Freeski Slopestyle World Cup in Stubai, Austria. NZ athletes Ben Barclay and Luca Harrington were both in the start gate after a nine-month hiatus from World Cup competition.


An Iron Showcase of Taiwan

The most anticipated triathlon event in the world, Challenge Taiwan, kicked off on November 14th in Taitung. Challenge Taiwan, known as the largest triathlon carnival event in the world


Brown reports on first race in 9 months

Cameron Brown reports on his first race in over 9 months at the Barfoot and Thompson Triathlon series in Maraetai


Winter Olympic Training Centre Named In Honour Of Geoff Henke Ao

Australia’s new training facility for aerial and mogul skiers will be known as the Geoff Henke Olympic Winter Training Centre from today forward.


World Triathlon extends its partnership with Infront for another eight years

World Triathlon has extended its exclusive partnership with Infront, a Wanda Sports Group company, for another eight years until the end of the 2028 season.


St Andrew’s College wins 2020 Kathmandu Academy entry

As New Zealand’s oldest running annual multisport event the Kathmandu Coast to Coast has long been synonymous with multi-generational entries.


Soaring to new heights at the Eagle Bay Epic Adventure Race

The Eagle Bay Epic Adventure Race soared to new heights on the weekend as 1,500 competitors spread their wings over one of three off-road adventure race events in south-west Western Australia.


First World Cup win for Potter while Luis grabs a fourth consecutive victory in Valencia

Challenging weather for the 32 women competing in the 2020 ITU Valencia World Cup, with British running star Beth Potter claiming her first ever world cup victory, followed on the finish line by Swiss Nicola Spirig and German rising star Lisa Tersch.