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Costley wins another Kaiteriteri Gold Half Marathon

If you are ever contemplating winning the Kaiteriteri Gold Half Marathon then best to first give Phil Costley a call to see if he will be on the start line.


Sport and recreation still a big part of Kiwi lives

Sport and recreation continue to play a big part in the lives of Kiwis, according to the latest Active New Zealand survey released by Sport NZ today.


SASI paddlers have bright futures

South Australian Sport Institute Head Coach Nathan Luce believes that the future is bright for talented trio Callum Dunn, Francesca Kidd ..


Gomez & Hauss win ITU World Cup openner at Mooloolaba

It was a pair of firsts for Spain's Tamara Gomez Garrido and France's David Hauss, in the season opening ITU Triathlon World Cup event in Mooloolaba on Saturday.


French equals NZ record with winning run in Sydney

Kiwi Cameron French won the 400m hurdles race at the Sydney Track Classic on Saturday night breaking the NZ record and recording the fastest time this year..


Tasmanian Birtwhistle second in just second ITU race

Tasmanian Jake Birtwhistle has emerged as Australia’s latest triathlon young gun and today in Mooloolaba


Kiwi Tony Dodds strong start to ITU season

Tony Dodds (Wanaka) has posted a strong start to his racing season, finishing 4th at the ITU Mooloolaba World Cup on Australia’s Sunshine Coast this afternoon.


Records broken at The Hillary Ultra

It’s been a record breaking day at the second anniversary of The Hillary ultra run that traverses the entire length of the Waitakere ranges NZ in the epic 80km event.


Aussie Paratriathletes come up trumps in bid to be world’s best

Australia has a goal of becoming the number one Paratriathlon nation in the world by the year 2020 yesterday on the Sunshine Coast showed on their way


Six Kiwi's line up for ITU Mooloolaba World Cup

New Zealand will be represented by six athletes at this weekend’s ITU Mooloolaba World Cup on Australia’s Sunshine Coast, with three men and three women l