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Aussies kick off racing in America at Ironman 70.3 Vineman

With the Australian winter in full swing back home, its triathletes have begun the yearly migration to race in America’s summer.

Challenge Roth Sunday

Challenge Roth in Germany this Sunday with Kiwi Gina Crawford Challenge Wanaka winner racing..

Expedition Alaska - Deliverance at the Last Frontier

Expedition Alaska promised to take Adventure Racing back to the more adventurous roots of the sport and, with a course set to raise the stakes in expedition racing, it delivered.

Vanos and Thompson defend series leads in Kempsey Australia

Fox Rollercoaster Enduro NSW/ACT - Michael Vanos and Vanessa Thompson have defended their Elite series leads

Kiwi Jack Bauer out of Tour de France

Kiwi pro rider Jack Bauer riding his third Tour de France had retired due to injury. Last year Bauer came nail bitingly close to a stage win

Round two of the Crankworx World Tour launches in Les 2 Alpes

Crankworx moves from Rotorua to round 2 at Les 2 Alpes as a heatwave rolls through Europe

World University Games day 4 pool

Counties Manukau swimmer Daniel Hunter finished seventh in the blue riband 100m freestyle final on the fifth day of World University Games in Korea.

World Class Aussie team seek Glasgow Swimming gold

A group of 28 athletes will lead a world class IPC World Championship team set for Glasgow from July 13-19.

Second stage win for Greipel at Tour de France

Lotto Soudal rider André Greipel won his second stage of the Tour de France, while Kiwi team mate Greg Henderson tries to stay in the race, ride and recover from his crash two days ago.

Kiwi athletes win heats at World University Games on day 1

Angie Petty and Cameron French both won their heats and progressed through to the semi-finals in their events on the first day of track and field at the World University Games in Gwangju Korea on Wednesday.