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Purao Biomedi Team win Baise Mountain Outdoor Quest

Kiwi Daniel Jones joined forces with international team Purao Biomedi to win one of the biggest races of the year the Baise Mountain Outdoor Quest

Video - The World Masters Games Moller family story

The World Masters Games Moller family story – running legend Lorraine’s three brothers take on the games with success. Gordon won his age group at the Half Marathon, Gary the M60 MTB and Bruce competed in the ski race.. see more here

Blind Athlete Attempting Another First

Crazyman Wellington after almost three decades will feature another first this year as ground breaking endurance athlete, Neelusha Jennings, attempts to be the first blind person to finish the gruelling 53k event.

Popular single stage Red Bull Defiance events back for 2018

Feedback on Red Bull Defiance’s single stage events encapsulated the Minaret Burn MTB as “a not-to-be missed rare chance to ride in what has to be some of New Zealand’s most stunning scenery,”

Young Guns Overshadowed at Porirua Grand Traverse

Two up and coming Wellingtonians dominated the 12th Porirua Grand Traverse, but they were overshadowed by one of New Zealand sports golden boys.

Defending Champions Flemming and Williams Take the Win in the Te Anau Enduro

Last year’s winners Hamish Flemming and Joanna Williams fronted up again to defend their titles against a strong field of athletes from across the South Island.

Red Bull Defiance announces 2018 dates

After a brutal weekend defying the odds in 2017, 85 two-person teams will again have the opportunity to race Red Bull Defiance in 2018.

Strong Field Set For Inaugural Xterra Chile

On April 1st, the XTERRA Pan American Tour will introduce its newest member – XTERRA Chile. The event will be held in San Bernardo, 30-minutes outside of Santiago.

Triple Peaks Challenge

Most people in Hawke’s Bay seem to have heard of the Iconic Havelock North event the Triple Peaks Challenge and thousands of people have participated in in it over its twenty nine year history.

Storming finish lands Clarke back to back Kathmandu Coast to Coast wins

Defending champion Whakatane’s Sam Clark, stormed home in stunning fashion to win this year’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast Longest Day, crossing the line in a time of 11 hours two minutes.