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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
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.
The locals are ready and a young invading force has assembled, as Gisborne creates a little bit of surf lifesaving history this weekend.
This weekend lifeguards from Auckland to Christchurch will line up to see who is fastest, strongest, and most skilled at a range of surf lifesaving sports, at Oakura, just south of New Plymouth.
A World Championship title, 61 medals, and multiple records for New Zealand teams at Lifesaving World Championships
A new surf media brand is about to launch into the New Zealand market with photographer and writer Derek Morrison at the helm. Derek has a proven track record of more than 24 years in publishing,
The Black Fins national surf lifesaving team is just weeks from defending a three-tournament winning streak at the Lifesaving World Championships (LWC) in Adelaide next month
The final round of swimming kicked off tonight at the Hancock Prospecting Australian Short Course Championships down at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre with Emily Seebohm
Twenty years ago I first discovered Dunedin's bounty of waves with a group of locals eager to show me around. One of them was a guy called Greg Townsend – or GT, as he is better known
Save Mangamaunu Kaikour. We have few treasures around our coastline as iconic as the arcing sweep of coastline known as Mangamaunu just north of Kaikoura. On a flat day it's beautiful: