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Maui to Host XTERRA Tri & Trail Run Worlds, Dec 4-5

The 25th edition of the XTERRA World Championship off-road triathlon at the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua in Maui has moved from its tentatively scheduled date of October 31 to Sunday,


Tokyo Olympic Games: NZ Canoe Sprinters Brown and Imrie 

Max Brown and Kurtis Imrie are set to make their Olympic debuts after earning selection to the men’s K2 1000m boat for the Tokyo Games.


Go 4-12 Adventure race

The event started at Kairakau Beach with the first section taking the teams up and over the imposing cliffs behind the Village via the high point and back to the Transition at the Race HQ,


The Monkey off the Back

Braden Currie Ironman NZ 21 win "This year, on my fifth attempt to get that monkey off my back, I pulled off the race I’d been hoping for all those years"


Contact Epic MTB

The Contact Epic Mountain bike race saw a change of course due to high rivers, with the 105km event wins going to Kate McIlroy and Anton Cooper


Teenager takes title, Gough grabs glory at Vantage Age Group Champs

The Vantage Age Group Road Cycling Championships saw Regan Gough win the seniors race


Sharp braves conditions and eyes road ahead to Tokyo Paralympics

New Zealand’s leading Para cyclists braved the conditions to produce quality performances on the second day of the Vantage Age Group Road National Championships near Rotorua today.


A 400 Litmus for Titmus

World Champion Ariarne Titmus (St Peters Western) has claimed her second gold medal at the 2021 Australian Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast, firing from lane four to capture the Women’s 400m Freestyle crown in 4:01.34.


Nelson swimmers dominate Auckland ocean swim

Oxford Bayley and Abbey Smale were the clear winners in the male and female divisions of the Harcourts, Cooper and Co Swim the Bridge


McKeown and McKeon Making Their Mark

After taking home gold in the Women’s 50m Backstroke on Thursday morning, young USC Spartan, Kaylee McKeown, has backed up her performance on day three to claim