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ORICA-GreenEDGE kick off Ardennes campaign at Amstel Gold Race

ORICA-GreenEDGE will kick off their Ardennes Classics campaign at the Amstel Gold Race on Sunday, supporting 2015 Paris-Nice stage winner Michael Matthews in the first of three good opportunities for the Australian team.

NZ Swim Champs - Capp, Gichard, Pascoe, Dubber Add To Qualifiers

Ten New Zealand swimmers have now qualified for the upcoming world championships after just two nights of the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

NZ Open Swimming Champs – 12 Qualify For World Champs

There was an outstanding opening to the New Zealand Open Championships with six swimmers going under the qualifying mark for the world championships.

Australian Junior & U23 teams touch down in Brazil

The Australian junior and U23 squads will arrive in Brazil today ahead of the ICF Junior and U23 World Championships which will be held at Foz do Iguassu from 22 to 26 April.

Adventurethon – Interview with winners Clark and Simson

It was a clean sweep for the Kiwi’s at the Adventurethon Magnetic Island - Townsville Australia, with the blue water paddling and tropical islands attracting a top field.

Lap The Lake - Lake Mavora NZ

After a chilly start the sun came out as runners started a great day lapping the South Mavora Lake Southland NZ.

Photo diary Tour of NZ

After two incredible years in 2012 and 2013, the Tour of New Zealand has cemented its place as one of the best multi-day cycle races in the world and is underway right now, starting 11th April and rounding up the 18th April in Wellington.

Kiwi swimmers make first splash towards Rio Olympics

New Zealand swimmers face an important step towards next year’s Rio Olympics at the national open championships in Auckland starting on Tuesday.

Ironman Taiwan - Brown report

With 11 Ironman NZ titles under his belt legend Cameron Brown isn’t slowing down. Last weekend the 42 year old competed in the inaugural Ironman Taiwan

Risks of running in the bush

Hearing gun shots while out in the bush training puts a chill down my spine. So far mostly hunter’s mistake people for deer, but with the frequency of accidents rising how long will it be before a runner or those on a trek are hit.