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Kathmandu Coast to Coast - Record numbers & times, plus highlights

Course changes, course records, and a new name on the women’s Longest Day trophy are all highlights from the 38th Kathmandu Coast to Coast which also saw a record number of 1,035 athletes competing in New Zealand’s longest-running Multisport event.


Dougal Allan reflects on his 2020 Coast to Coast

Admittedly it has been hard to make myself sit down and summarise my race experience from the weekend.


Kathmandu Coast to Coast - O’Donnell claims maiden women’s title

The Kathmandu Coast to Coast has a new elite women’s champion after Tauranga’s Corrine O’Donnell claimed the 38th Longest Day title


Sam Clark claims fourth Kathmandu Coast to Coast Elite men’s titles

Whakatane’s Sam Clark returned to the Kathmandu Coast to Coast to win his fourth elite men’s Longest Day titles, a title he described as his best yet.


Kathmandu Coast to Coast - Tight tussle right to the day 1 finish line

Christchurch’s Bevan Jones who lead for most of the Mountain Run stage was pipped at the Klondyke corner finish line by Marcus Woutersen, a dairy farmer from Cambridge.


Finding the Balance

Dougal Allan talks life balance - pro athlete, coach and family man "Sometimes I am labelled a professional athlete. Which seems a bit weird as it suggests I am paid a salary to do my sport. When asked ‘what I do’ by people


Keep an eye on Elliott and Co

While much of the pre-race talk has been about the looming battle between defending champion Dougal Allan and returning three-time champion Sam Clark, the wise money would be to keep a firm eye on rising star Hamish Elliott.


Elite women’s preview 2020 Kathmandu Coast to Coast

A raft of motivating factors is driving the women’s elite field ahead of the 38th Kathmandu Coast to Coast.


McCaw back for more

Adventurers and long-term friends Richie McCaw and Rob Nichol will return to the start line of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast in two weeks’ time with a feeling of unfinished business.


Pentathlete Edward Fernon selected to Tokyo

Modern Pentathlete Edward Fernon has been selected to the Tokyo 2020 Australian Olympic Team, the sixth athlete named to the Team.