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ARWS Round 2 - Tierra Viva - Beast of Patagonia

Race number two in the 2015 Adventure Racing World Series was Tierra Viva (literally 'Living Earth'), one of the longest standing members of the series which takes teams to remote and challenging places around the world.

ICF Junior and U23 Slalom Worlds preview

Jessica Fox will headline a 17 person strong Australian team at the ICF Junior and U23 World Championships in Brazil, starting tomorrow.

Australian Canoeing: U23 Worlds only the start for Pope

21 year old Western Australian kayaker Ben Pope will make his debut at the ICF canoe slalom Junior and U23 World Championships in Brazil this week.

Local Scores First Win at PGT Wellington

Wellington’s Lizzy Bunckenberg scored her first multisport win at the 10th anniversary Porirua Grand Traverse. After a decade on the multisport calendar, the Porirua Grand Traverse gets bigger and better with 883 participants from all ends of New Zea

World Masters Games 2017 Celebrates Two Years To Go

The World Masters Games 2017 will be held in New Zealand and will be much bigger than the 1990 Commonwealth Games

Taylor 214kms in 24hrs World Record report

On Thursday Tim Taylor set off from Pilot Bay at the Mount New Zealand on a record breaking 24 hour Ocean paddle in which he covered around 214kms.

Para-Swimming stars heading to World Champs

Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) is thrilled to announce their team for the 2015 IPC Swimming World Championships in Glasgow in July. This follows a stellar week of competition at the Swimming NZ Open Champs

NZ Junior Rowing Team to test out Rio Olympic course

22 athletes were named today as part of a squad of young New Zealand rowers to take part in the 2015 World Rowing Junior Championships being held in Rio de Janiero, Brazil from 6 to 9 August.

Aussie Fiebig brothers excited for Junior Worlds debut

Forster brothers Kaspar and Kristian Fiebig will represent Australia at the ICF canoe slalom Junior and U23 World Championships in Brazil from 22 to 26 April.

Borrows eyeing medal in Brazil

Alison Borrows is another Australian kayaker who will be chasing a berth on the Olympic slalom team in Rio next year.