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Changes afoot for Kathmandu Coast to Coast

The Kathmandu Coast to Coast will introduce a handful of changes to its 2021 event as well as opening a new category for the 40th event in 2022.


Rasdex Classic River Race this weekend

The Rasdex Classic River Race is all set for Saturday 16th January, with moderate river flows and lovely weather predicted. The race sold out in early December


Incredible elite fields for the 2021 Tauranga Half

This year’s Tauranga Half brings together an incredible field of multisport athletes, with several past winners and former world champions, set to be on start line at Mount Maunganui’s Pilot Bay.


New Team and New Categories for Triple Peaks

Now in its 33rd year, entries are open for MCL Construction TRIPLE PEAKS, to be held on 27th February 2021.


Athletics New Zealand Weekly Round Up.

This edition includes: New Year Honours, New Zealand competition results, Road and Trail race results from around the country, NZ athletes 2020 World & Commonwealth rankings


NZ athletes 2020 World & Commonwealth rankings

See the latest NZ athletes 2020 World & Commonwealth rankings


Olympic Sailor primed for improved Kathmandu Coast to Coast

At this time of year professional yachtsman Hamish Pepper would normally be hard at work in Europe or the United States – but for obvious reasons this last year has been a little different.


Ray's Runners Take Sprints, as Mainlanders Take Wheelraces

The 40th running of the Hobart Bikes & Spikes prevailed in windswept conditions at the New Town Cricket Club Oval.


USA's 16:27.02 World 4x1500m Record

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.


Elite Female Austrian Climber Angela Eiter Scales a Groundbreaking First Ascent

World Champion sport climber Angela "Angy" Eiter overcomes injury and physical and mental challenges to become the first female athlete to ascent an almost impossible Austrian route, “Madame Ching”