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Athletics NZ weekly Round up - Athletics Auckland Meeting, Throwers Event, AUT Millennium Stadium
Kiwi triathlete Terenzo Bozzone placed 2nd at the Island House Invitational Triathlon " ‘Pain in Paradise’ this year, lived up to its name ..."
The Hawke’s Bay Orthodontic Queen of the Peak title, new female course record holder and $500 prize money went to the now three-time champion Ruby Muir
The band is back together as Sam Webster reunites with his World Champion teammates Ethan Mitchell and Eddie Dawkins for the UCI Oceania Track Cycling Championships starting in Cambridge on Monday.
Craig Lautenslager and Annika Pfitzinger won the final two Athletics New Zealand titles on offer for 2017 at the ASB Kerikeri Half Marathon on Saturday.
Queenstown International Marathon, with five new race records. Sam Wreford took mens, Hannah Oldroyd made it back-to-back
Competitors will be racing for extra kudos at the 2018 X-Adventure Dunsborough off-road triathlon with the race newly slated as an official qualifying event for the International Triathlon Union (ITU) Cross Triathlon World Championships
Peter Wood won his first XTERRA World Championship in 1999 when he was still in his 50’s. Then he won three straight 60-64 titles from 2004-to-2006
With one week to go until the IAAF Athletics Awards 2017, the finalists for the photograph of the year have been selected.
The countdown is on for the start of the Southern Lakes Multisport Club Adventure Race at midnight tonight (Friday 17th Nov 2017) in Central Otago.