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Smith ready for his IRONMAN debut

Taupō’s Kyle Smith will make his IRONMAN debut at Saturday’s Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand, lining up against the country’s top triathletes.


Blue Lake swim

For the second time this summer a swimmer from further back in the field came through to surprise the leaders with the fastest time in the Banana Boat Ocean Swim Series.


Ironman NZ veteran prepares for return

Cameron Brown knows what it takes to be successful at Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand, with the 48-year-old having stood on the top step of the podium a record 12-times.


Rollercoaster Preparation For Emily Mcnaughtan’s Ironman Debut

Preparing for your first Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand is never an easy task but a recent hospital stay for Emily McNaughtan has made for a rocky road to the start line in Taupō.


World Triathlon to restart Olympic & Paralympic rankings on 1 May, 2021

World Triathlon has today approved the restart of the Olympic and Paralympic Qualification rankings from 1 May, 2021


Elite Young Talent to Pull on the Green and Gold at Home

Swimming Australia will host a national competition in August that will see the country’s top junior athletes and talent from the next wave go head-to-head in a teams-based event,


AVAYA : Captains Report GODZone 2021, Rotorua New Zealand

It’s been 5-days since I crossed the finish line of GODZone 2021 and I haven’t really stopped moving since. I had to get back to Nelson as soon as I could to deliver the Summer Challenge women’s adventure race


Summer Challenge​​​​​​​ - Race under the sun in Nelson

The first Summer Challenge event took place in Nelson over the weekend under glorious sunshine the region is famous for. The women’s adventure race saw 240-teams lining up for the challenge in either the 3, 6 or 9-hour events.


Olympic hopefuls take Sea2Sky Challenge titles in testing conditions

Sea2Sky Challenge 2021 wins going to New Zealand’s Triathlon stars Tayler Reid and Ainsley Thorpe


Australian 5km Champs Crowned in Coolum

Noosa’s Nick Sloman and TSS Aquatic’s Moesha Johnson have been crowned Australian Champs in the Men’s and Women’s 5km Open events respectively, on the final day of the 2021 Australian Open Water Swimming Championships in Coolum.