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A Dunedin company has build a blow up wave machine that's portable and can dial in a variety of wave sizes.
Three years have made a huge difference to top New Zealand ironwoman Danielle McKenzie, although the result was still the same in today’s Mount Monster.
It’s 10:30am on a Tuesday and most of you are settling in with a coffee and waiting for Box of Light to ding into your inbox. In the centre of Dunedin Matt Jenks is pulling up outside Japanese restaurant Jitsu in lower Stuart
An all-star cast of surf lifesavers will line up this weekend for a crack at one of New Zealand's most prestigious ironman races.
We’ve seen a surfer fight off a shark, surfers on fire, and surfers facing the biggest swells and winning world titles – 2015 has been an intense year.
Adriano de Souza has become the second Brazilian in as many years to win the world surfing title, taking the Pipeline Masters crown to cap off the best day of his life.
They had to go through a whole world of hurt but Ben Cochrane and Kirsty Wannan were eventually crowned worthy winners after the grueling 25km Mount Monster surf lifesaving race today.
They may not have the tepid temperatures of the Gold Coast but home waters have never looked so good for Tauranga lifeguards Ben Cochrane and Jess Miller.
Australian Pro surfer Mick Fanning was attacked by a shark at round 6 of the World Surf League Tour in South Africa.
Papamoa capped an emphatic IRB campaign at the BP Surf Rescue New Zealand Championships
Published: 29/03/2015 by Steve Knowles