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Athletics NZ Round up

Athletics NZ Round up - Dick Quax Memorial Meeting, World Para Athletics Championships

New world record for tandem Para cyclists Foy and van Kampen

Paralympians Emma Foy (Marsden Wheelers – Whangarei) and Hannah van Kampen (Ramblers – Hawkes Bay) smashing the world record in the Women’s B Individ

Brandon Loupos wins 2019 BMX Freestyle world title

Australian Brandon Loupos claimed the rainbow jersey, Logan Martin took silver, while Natalya Diehm moved Australia a step closer to Olympic qualification

Emotional win for Kiwi Andrea Hewitt in Santo Domingo ITU

The look on her face when Andrea Hewitt crossed the finish line was of unlimited surprise. The second she realized she had just won the 2019 ITU Santo Domingo World Cup

Aussie Police pair drop 67kilos on road to Queenstown Marathon

Jose and Kathie Alonso have been on a journey, losing a combined 67 kilograms – Kathie an incredible 52 and Jose 15.

Lisa Adams gold on debut World Para champs

Lisa Adams has taken gold in the women’s shot put F37 at the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai. Her international debut in the black singlet

Cantabrian Michael Vink has won back-to-back SBS Bank Tour of Southland titles.

The first rider to successfully defend his title since Hayden Roulston in 2008, Vink (Placemakers) finished third in this morning’s individual time trial and controlled

Australia’s Favourite Off-Road Triathlon Gaining Steam for 2020

Entries are now open for Australia’s biggest off-road triathlon, X-Adventure Dunsborough. The event will be held in pristine wilderness in south-west Western Australia on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 April 2020.

Vink rides his way into strong position at SBS Bank Tour of Southland

Defending champion Michael Vink has put himself within grasp of a second SBS Bank Tour of Southland title after a stunning ride by his Placemakers team on the penultimate day of the race’s 63rd edition.

Team AR Sweden Take World #1 Spot In The AR World Series Ranking

Racing along a beach on Reunion Island at the last Adventure Racing World Championships 400 Team (France) and Team AR Sweden were side by side