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Waves to welcome surf lifesaving stars

Surf lifesaving officials are casting a wary eye over weather forecasts before the biggest event on the national calendar in Mount Maunganui next week.


‘Lifeguards in training’ ready for Surf Life Saving’s biggest youth sport event of the year

Over 850 young athletes are set to tackle Surf Life Saving New Zealand’s (SLSNZ) premier Under-14 event next weekend at Mount Maunganui, making it one of the biggest sporting events on the SLSNZ calendar.


BP IRB North Island Championships in Waihi

The Surf Life Saving New Zealand (SLSNZ) club whose teams won the inaugural World Championship IRB title in Australia late last year, showed their stuff in the weekend,


Middaugh Coaching Corner - Interesting vs. Effective

Too often athletes and coaches try to make workouts interesting at the expense of effectiveness. Roughly 80% of training should be sustained low to moderate intensity, so these workouts don’t need


NZ Surf Boat Series round 5 hits big waves

The North Island Surf Boat Championship – the fifth round of the six-round NZ Surf Boat Series was raced in big waves on Saturday February 9, with the points for the overall championship close, heading toward the final round of the series.


Thrills and spills as Aussie teams take Trans-Tasman Surf Boat Challenge

New Zealand’s athletes showed big heart and top skills battling through big waves, competing against the world’s best in the Trans-Tasman Surf Boat Challenge.


New Zealand team ready for battle at Trans-Tasman Surf Boat clash

The annual Trans-Tasman Surf Boat Challenge returns to Aotearoa shores this weekend at Waihi Beach, where the national New Zealand and Australia teams will battle it out for top honours in what is set to be a thrilling weekend.


Braden Currie - evolution of run

Kiwi pro triathlete Braden Currie details his professional development and evolution in the run discipline of triathlon.


Big surf brings out skills at ERCs

The rising tide of young talent had their moments but it was the salty old sea dogs who barked loudest at the Eastern Regional surf lifesaving championships in Gisborne


Waikanae sprint to early ERCs lead

Briana Irving and the fleet feet of her Waikanae teammates helped the Gisborne club to an early lead after the opening afternoon of the Eastern Regional surf lifesaving championships today.