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The Jones Boys Going Crazy

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 champ takes on massive double header challenge

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.

History Maker Going Crazy Again

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.

Allan on winning Augusta Adventure

Top Kiwi athlete Dougal Allan reports on his win at Australia’s premier multisport race the Augusta Adventure Fest.

Former world champ joins forces with Moa to take on Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Former World Champion swimmer and Olympian Moss Burmester is teaming up with Moa to take on the biggest physical challenge of his life February’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast Longest Day.

Dougal Allan and Kristen Gadsdon lead at Augusta Adventure Fest

Kiwi Dougal Allan and Australian Kristen Gadsdon took home the overall male and female titles at the end of the first day of the ‘Adventure Warriors’ at the Augusta Adventure Fest in south west WA

LIVE+ new energy behind Kathmandu Coast to Coast

The Kathmandu Coast to Coast is joining forces with New Zealand’s energy drink LIVE+. LIVE+ is the recently rebranded and relaunched energy drink that continues to provide maximum

District Judge supports schools dream in Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Even the Prime Minister got behind a group of Porirua students bid for support to compete in February’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast.

Motu Challenge multisport winners’ race reports

Sam Manson and Corrinne O’Donnell took out the men’s and women’s multisport win at Motu Challenge on Saturday — overcoming cold winds and even a spell of falling snow

Regional sporting trust rivalry lighting up Kathmandu Coast to Coast corporate challenge

The challenge of “walking the talk” by competing as a team in February’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast issued over a month ago by Sport Canterbury has been taken on by the country’s southernmost regional sports trust.