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Athletics New Zealand Weekly Round Up

Athletics New Zealand Weekly Round Up - New Zealand competition results, Road and Trail race results from around the country


Taranaki Steelformers Backs the annual Around the Mountain Relay

With the whole world in the grasp of Covid 19 we are very fortunate to be living in New Zealand and be able at present to enjoy doing and participating in events.


Mile Greats Delany And Tabori Donated To Heritage

Ireland’s Ron Delany and Hungary’s late Laszlo Tabori, two of the standout middle-distance runners of the 1950s, were friends and rivals. A recent discovery in the USA has reignited memories


Gdynia best air quality of any major athletics event

Preliminary analysis of data collected at last weekend’s World Athletics Half Marathon Championships indicates that Gdynia has the best air quality of any major athletics event or road race measured since World Athletics’ Air Quality Project started


NZ Trail Running Championships, Port Hills

Weston Hill, winner of the Crater Rim Ultra in 2017, returned to claim the New Zealand title over the gruelling 53km around Port Hills in a race record time of 4:38:31


Jepchirchir Cements Place In Half Marathon History

Having the physical tools is one thing, but to go where no woman has gone before – and set a world record – you need a whole lot of determination to go with it.


Jepchirchir Breaks Women-Only World Half Marathon Record

Peres Jepchirhir powered to gold in 1:05:16, a world record in a women-only race at the World Athletics Half Marathon Championships


Brisbane Trail Ultra records broken in scorching conditions

The Brisbane Trail Ultra took runners through the Hinterland Virgin Rainforest, with this year's scorching conditions not slowing competitors with four records broken.


Three Peaks Mountain Race

On Sunday 11th October the 37th running of the Three Peaks Mountain Race was held along side the inaugural ultra option 52km aptly named the Three Peaks + One.


Wilson and Allan dominate Motu Challenge

In only her third-ever individual multisport race, Ali Wilson stamped her mark on the McDonald's Whakatane Motu Challenge, taking the women’s individual title in a quick 8 hours 19 minutes.