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Three generations set to create history at Kathmandu Coast to Coast

History will be made at next month’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast. Laurie Knowler 68, his son John 50, and grandson Josh 17, are the first three-generation team to line up in the event.


Hits breakfast preparing for the Coast to Coast

The Hits breakfast presenter Brodie Kane can’t wait to be part of next month’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast.


Australians in the hunt at Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Australians Alex Hunt and James Pretto are leading the charge to be the first foreign multi-sport athletes to win the Kathmandu Coast to Coast longest day world Championship men’s event in 26 years.


Young Guns Fight Back To Win Red Bull Defiance 2019

250+ athletes battled six stages, across two days and 150km of the toughest and most picturesque mountain terrain Wanaka. Hamish Elliot and Sam Bell fought back to take the overall win.


Red Bull Defiance day 1 - Richie MCCaw crashes, Jones & Busch lead

Red Bull Defiance day 1 saw Richie MCCaw teammate crash heavily , while Cameron Jones and Daniel Busch take the lead


Richie McCaw and teammates prepare for Red Bull Defiance X4

Richie McCaw and teammates prepare to tackle the new Red Bull Defiance X4 race format.
Best Food Forward NZ teammates discuss what it takes to compete in one of the world's toughest endurance races.


A relationship with the Coast to Coast

Top multisporter turned triathlete Dougal Allan reflects on his past Coast to Coast's and his return in 2019 "Like any good relationship, we have had our ups and downs. But when I consider the many factors that have brought me back to this iconic NZ


9x Coast to Coast winner Steve Gurney prepared for 4x

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.


Braden Currie Steps Aside For Red Bull Defiance

High profile Red Bull athlete Braden Currie will not be racing next weeks Red Bull Defiance making way for another team to shine.


4x winner Ussher still motivated for fourteenth Kathmandu Coast to Coast in a row

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.