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Brave and bold double gold for Australian Juniors in Singapore

Australia has a rich relay history and tonight it was the Junior team that demonstrated its dominance, taking out two relay gold medals in the boy’s 4x100m freestyle and girl’s 4x200m

Atherton sets world junior standard with top time in Singapore

The Australian Junior Swim team started its Singapore World Championships campaign in style on the first morning with a junior world record to Brisbane backstroker Minna Atherton.

Fa’amausili, Gichard go under national age record

All three New Zealand swimmers in action on day one set personal bests to progress to the evening semifinals of the FINA World Junior Championships in Singapore.

Korean and American dominate IPC giant slalom Winter Games NZ 2015

Koreans and Americans were dominant among the medal winners

All-Comers To Get A Taste Of World Class Mountain Bike Event

The Pioneer – the mountain bike stage race travelling through the Southern Alps in January 2016.

‘World Class’ course announced for 2015 edition of Tour of Tasmania

Arguably the jewel in the Subaru National Road Series crown, the six-day Tour runs October 6-11 and will feature two new stages and the introduction of a prologue.

Chaves retains red for another day at Vuelta a Espana

Australian ORICA-GreenEDGE cycle team member Colombian Esteban Chaves, winner of yesterday’s stage, has finished safely in the bunch on stage three of the Vuelta a Espana to retain the red leader’s jersey.

Farquhar fails to fire in Bird’s Nest

After months of training and preparations Stuart Farquhar left the 'Bird's Nest' in Beijing dejected after failing to qualify for the final of the javelin throw.

Rowing New Zealand aims to qualify 14 boats for Rio

New Zealand will compete in all fourteen Olympic boat classes as well as two international boat classes at the 2015 World Rowing Championships

Keenan pleased with World Championships effort

Te Rina Keenan was pleased to throw her second best discus of her career