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One of New Zealand’s legends of multisport will lead a team of unknowns in the new Red Bull Defiance X4 event this weekend in Wanaka.
High profile Red Bull athlete Braden Currie will not be racing next weeks Red Bull Defiance making way for another team to shine.
Four time winner of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast Longest Day World Championship women’s race Elina Ussher is lining up for her fourteenth race in a row, just as motivated and excited as she was in 2006.
New dad Richie McCaw has signed up for Februarys Kathmandu Coast to Coast where he and long term friend and Adventure Racing team mate Rob Nicholl will take on the Tandem Team Event.
Joe Collins reckons he’s just ‘pretty average’ at individual ski, swim and board races but throw them all together and look out.
A year ago, Nelson’s Cameron Jones and Whakatane’s Corrinne O’Donnell confirmed themselves as the fastest improving talent on the national multisport scene when they totally dominated
In 2017 the Fine Signs Crazyman made history when Nelson’s teenager, Cameron Jones, became the youngest ever winner of a major multisport event.
Former World Champion swimmer and Olympian Moss Burmester is taking on the massive physical challenge of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast followed by Challenge Wanaka a week later.
On December 9th, endurance junkies from all ends of the country will be going Crazy for the 29th time as they line up for the Fine Signs Crazyman.
Top Kiwi athlete Dougal Allan reports on his win at Australia’s premier multisport race the Augusta Adventure Fest.