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Samoa Swim Festival

The first Samoa Swim festival has just been held at the Stevenson’s resort at Manase, Samoa, with New Zealand swimmers dominating the three swims of 5km, 3km and 10km.


Cold Kiwi Series hit's the water

Welly Paddlers Cold Kiwi Series struck a balmy patch of autumn weather for the first event of the Series on Sunday. Based at Onepoto on the Porirua Harbour Wellington, kayakers, waka ama, stand up


Loes Gunnewijk calls it a day

After much perseverance, Australian cycle team ORICA-AIS road captain Loes Gunnewijk has decided to advance her retirement, signing off from racing effective immediately.


Queenstown blanketed in snow ahead of ski season

Queenstown and the surrounding region has been covered in snow this morning giving the local ski areas a good boost before their scheduled opening days in a few weeks’ time.


Cycling Advocates' Network (CAN) news

Cycling Advocates' Network (CAN) news - Cyclists big winners as Wellington's transport 'wish-list' is decided, Cars cost society six times as much as bicycles, Cyclists 40 per cent less likely to be stressed following their commute


Gate wins sprint jersey, Frame impresses in RAA Tour of Ireland

New Zealand cyclist Aaron Gate has won the sprinters’ green jersey after the final stage of the An Post RAS Tour of Ireland today.


Kiwi K4 crew end successful campaign

There was no final-day medal, just immense satisfaction from the New Zealand women's K4 kayaking crew at the world cup in Germany overnight.


Gaze leads Kiwi mountain bikers in World Cup

Waikato under-23 mountain biker Sam Gaze has finished a highly encouraging fifth in the opening round of the UCI World Cup in the Czech Republic today.


Germany's Schweizer on top in Toowoomba

Germany’s Michael Schweizer (African Wildlife Safaris) has claimed his maiden Subaru National Road Series Tour, winning the FKG Tour of Toowoomba and taking the NRS lead in the process.


Top Australian swimmer to have surgery

Australia’s two-time and defending 100m freestyle world champion James Magnussen will have immediate surgery on his injured shoulder, forcing him out of the Australian Dolphins for the up-coming FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia in July.