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A large group of swimmers from Aquagym in Christchurch joined the regular lineup of Nelson competitors at last Thursday's Port Nelson swim from the Nelson Yacht Club.
In just over eight weeks, more than 300 adventure racers from around New Zealand will descend on Rotorua in readiness for the ninth chapter of the world's largest expedition adventure race GODZone.
Oxford Bayley recorded his third win in four starts so far this summer in last Thursday's Port Nelson swim series, finishing 20 seconds ahead of Hayden Squance.
The 40th running of the Hobart Bikes & Spikes prevailed in windswept conditions at the New Town Cricket Club Oval.
The 4x1500m world record of 16:27.02 set by the US quartet of Colleen Quigley, Elise Cranny, Karissa Schweizer and Shelby Houlihan in Portland on 31 July has been ratified.
Hayden Squance was at his consistent best and Isabella Thurlow demonstrated that she's up there with the top swimmers in the region as the pair won their respective male and female sections in Thursday's Port Nelson Sea Swim Series.
Sport NZ announces new initiatives to keep sport and recreation safe, fair and inclusive
“If you are going to the river, lake or beach these holidays you need to take time to check out our safety messages.
Latest Athletic NZ news - International results from Australia, Road and Trail race results from around the country
Brent Foster doesn't much like being called a veteran. The 53-year-old former Commonwealth Games swimmer proved that he doesn't act like a veteran as he led