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Triathlon Royalty Returns To New Plymouth

One of the Kings of triathlon in multiple World Champion and Olympic Games medalist Javier Gomez (Spain) headlines the start lists for the upcoming ITU New Plymouth Triathlon World Cup, with racing held on March 31st as part of the Taranaki Tri Festi


Sir Graeme Douglas International Track Challenge

The women’s shot put competitors were in world-class form at the Sir Graeme Douglas International Track Challenge in West Auckland on Thursday night. 2019 US Indoor Champion Chase Ealey


Consistent speed and style win the day for New Zealand local at Crankworx Rotorua

Bill Meaclem (NZL), relatively unknown compared to the roster of riders he was up against, took the win today in the Mons Royale Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx


Epic distances no barrier for surf athletes

Rick Stolwerk has been paddling surf canoes for 40 years but there have been few sweeter moments than winning masters gold with his Waipu Cove crew at the national surf lifesaving championships in Mount Maunganui today.
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Runners bolt out of the gate to enter Surf Coast Century 2019

Runners were bursting at the seams this week when online entries opened for Surf Coast Century 2019. Entries officially opened at 12PM on Wednesday 20 March.


Peak to Peak new era

Queenstown’s one day multisport event, the Peak to Peak, is stepping into a new era with a fresh team at the helm of the iconic winter event.


Lucy Bartholomew set to ignite Ring of Fire

Former two-time world champion Lucy Bartholomew will be the star attraction among the elite athletes set to compete at the 2019 Ring of Fire International Ultra on Saturday (March 23).


Absa Cape Epic Drama on Stage 3 Sees Yellow Jerseys Change Hands

It’s not over until it’s over. A disastrous rear-wheel puncture saw Scott-SRAM MTB-Racing concede the Yellow Jerseys to Cannondale Factory Racing on Wednesday, proving once again that the Absa Cape Epic is won only when you cross the finish line at V


Canadian extends early lead for Queen of Crankworx

Canadian Vaea Verbeeck extends early lead for Queen of Crankworx winning second event in two days and another Kiwi makes the podium


Record-setting McKenzie eyes more surf success

A year ago, Danielle McKenzie put in one of the most dominant displays ever seen in more than 100 years of New Zealand surf lifesaving championships. The bad news for her rivals? The Mairangi Bay star has only improved since then.