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Video - Tim Taylors 24 hour World Record

In April 2015 Kiwi Tim Taylor set a new World Record for the greatest distance by canoe on the ocean in 24 hours. The record was set off the Bay of Plenty starting at the Mount, New Zealand, between 16 and 17 April 2015.

Six named in New Zealand team for London Para Athletics World Championships

Following a very successful 2016 Rio Paralympics campaign where New Zealand won nine medals, three of which were gold, a team of six have been named to represented New Zealand at the 2017 Para Athletics World Championships in London.

World’s 1st nonstop extreme cycle across Cuba’s steamy tropical heat

Extreme cyclist Jacob Zurl (29) will attempt to be the first person to ride 1400 km (840 miles approx.) the length of Cuba non-stop. He will do this without stopping to sleep while dealing with heat and humidity, poor road surfaces

Daniela Ryf To Join Alistair Brownlee At Gloria Challenge Mogan Gran Canaria

Saturday’s Gloria Challenge Mogán Gran Canaria just added another marquee name to the start list, as two-time and defending World Champion, Daniela Ryf, confirms that she will also be racing at an event that will feature the half-distance debut of th

Ultra-Trail Australia guide to all the special bits

Ultra-Trail Australia the trail running festival, now in its 10th year, boasts a number of races in the Blue Mountains that range over Gundungurra land and attract thousands of runners, support crew and spectators each May.

Athletics NZ Round UP

Athletics NZ Round Up - Easter Throws Competition, Kiwi's at Boston Marathon

Challenge Ranking & $'s

Challenge Family have released the latest top 50 Male and Female Athlete Professional Prize Money Rankings and dollars.

IAAF Records ratified

World records have recently been ratified by the IAAF including the Women's 2000m: 5:23.75i Genzebe Dibaba

Tv Coverage - Challenge Wanaka 2017

Watch the TV coverage of Challenge Wanaka with Dougal Allan breaking the course record and Dutchwoman, Yvonne van Vlerken winning a hard fought women races.

New Zealand encouraged by track cycling efforts

New Zealand’s track cyclists put aside a challenging Rio Olympics to finish with a record equalling five medals at the UCI World Championships in Hong Kong.