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Challenge Dubai - Bozzone back winning

New Zealand’s Terenzo Bozzone put the rest of the world on notice today with a resounding win over a class field at Challenge Dubai from Tim Reed (AUS) and Michael Raelert (DEU).


Seagate back to defend title at Godzone

The Godzone Adventure stage descriptions have been announced and current world champions, all Kiwi team Seagate spent the day packing their gear into four bike boxes and 5-gear trunks, "well, three of us have at least." commented team Captain Nathan


Busy year for Australia’s elite ITU Triathletes and paratriathletes

Busy year for Australia’s elite ITU Triathletes and paratriathletes with Rio on their minds….via the Gold and Sunshine Coasts


Whiting sets second record in two days

Ryan Whiting set his second NZ allcomers record in successive days as the world-class American dominated the men’s shot put from home favourite Tom Walsh at the Auckland Track Challenge in Waitakere.


Godzone Adventure Race underway Wanaka NZ

Racing is underway at the world’s largest expedition-length adventure race and New Zealand’s premier adventure event, GODZone.


Future surf stars enjoy more spoils at Oceans 15 - U14 champs

Two of surf lifesaving's future stars kept their medal haul humming on the second day of the Oceans 15 New Zealand under-14 championships in Mount Maunganui today.


Flying start for Oceans star Makaea at NZ U14 Surf Champs

Lucy Makaea made the perfect start to Oceans 15 but the Orewa surf lifesaver hopes to build on her golden haul over the next three days of the New Zealand under-14 championships.


Willis clinches sweet victory

Olympic Silver medallist Nick Willis defied the bookies odds to clinch a sweet 5000m victory over the Robertson twins to bring a rousing finale to the Auckland Track Challenge at a pulsating Douglas Track and Field at the Trusts Stadium.


Challenge Dubai draws million-dollar field

The focus turns to the Middle East this weekend for the inaugural Challenge Dubai triathlon on Friday 27 and the event has drawn out a million dollar field and triathlon royalty.


Records were broken on the final day of racing at Grand Prix 2 in Penrith today

In an ominous sign a year out from the Rio OLympics, Jo Brigden-Jones, Alana Nicholls, Naomi Flood and Bernadette Wallace raced the fastest K4 500 time of 1:32.51 ever recorded in Australia.