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Athletics New Zealand Weekly Round Up

This edition includes: Sir Graeme Douglas International results, New Zealand competition results
International results from Australia and USA


SOLD OUT for the 2021 Run Larapinta Stage Race in August

Entries for the four-day, four-stage Run Larapinta Stage Race to be held on 26 - 29 August 2021 have now sold out.


Outstanding Competition at Oceans ’21 Despite “Super Sunday” Cancellation

Organisers are praising the “fantastic spirit” and performance of more than 850 competitors at this year’s Surf Life Saving New Zealand (SLSNZ) Oceans ’21 event in Mt Maunganui, despite Covid-19 level changes forcing a cancellation of the final day.


Rowing NZ U23 Team

On 7 December 2020 it was confirmed that due to COVID-19, Rowing NZ did not intend to send athletes to compete at international regattas throughout 2021, excluding the Final Olympic Qualification Regatta and the Tokyo Olympic Games.


Record-breaker Holloway: ‘The sky is the limit’

“Hurdlers are sprinters with attitudes,” says Grant Holloway. “Our event is sexier than just a regular fast sprint because we have barriers in our way.”


Holloway breaks world indoor 60m hurdles record in Madrid

World champion Grant Holloway eclipsed the long-standing world indoor 60m hurdles record at the Villa de Madrid meeting on Wednesday


Oceans 21 Celebrates its “Coming of Age”

More than 800 Junior Surf members from around Aotearoa New Zealand will make their way to Mt Maunganui’s Main Beach on Thursday for one of the country’s largest children’s sporting events.


New Zealand Rowing Championships

Waikato Rowing Club were awarded both the Centennial Scull (top Club in sculling events) and Centennial Oar (top Club in all events)


Semi-Finals conclude NZ Rowing Championships

Serene conditions at Lake Ruataniwha greeted athletes on the second day of racing at the Rocket Foods New Zealand Rowing Championships.


Fairy-tale finish for young and old

At just 17 years old Greymouth’s Emma Wilson became the youngest competitor to win the individual women’s two-day Kathmandu Coast to Coast, crossing the finish line in New Brighton in 13 hours 26 minutes and 54 seconds.