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Kathmandu Coast to Coast full with record numbers

The Kathmandu Coast to Coast is full at its earliest point in fourteen years, with record breaking numbers. The iconic multi-sport event sold out


Adventurethon Clarence Valley Road to World Championships

The Male and Female WINNER of the Clarence Valley Adventurethon (NSW), will gain a free entry to the Kathmandu Coast to Coast Multisport World Championships in New Zealand, February 2019.


Sport Canterbury walking their own talk by entering the Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Making a commitment to the 2019 Kathmandu Coast to Coast is part of Sport Canterbury’s approach to “walking the talk” and is encouraging local councils and sporting organisations to do the same.


New Zealand team finalised for Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games

The New Zealand team for the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games has been finalised, with 61 young athletes to represent New Zealand at the Games.


Stars aligning for AIMS Games

Dame Valerie Adams will headline the off-field line-up as 10,800 young athletes arrive in Tauranga next week to showcase their athletic talents at New Zealand’s biggest sporting tournament.


AOC Announces Australian 2018 Youth Olympic Games Team

Eighty-eight of the nation’s brightest young sporting prospects will represent Australia at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games (YOG), the world's largest multi-sport competition for young athletes.


Red Bull Defiance X4

Racing at New Zealand's toughest multi-sport weekend event, the Red Bull Defiance in Wanaka, just stepped up a notch with the launch of a new team event called the Red Bull Defiance X4.


Forne & Williams claim Peak to Peak titles

Victory for individuals Chris Forne & Joanna Williams at the Peak to Peak multisport race from the top of the Remarkables to Coronet Peak Queenstown


Allan back for unfinished business at Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Wanaka based multisport, triathlete and endurance racer Dougal Allan is the first big name to confirm he will be on the start line of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast in February, hoping he can go better than his three second place efforts.


Three-peat Winners at Porirua Grand Traverse

Repeat winners was the order of the day at the 13th Porirua Grand Traverse as Daniel Jones and Lizzy Bunckenberg took their third titles in Wellington’s biggest multisport event.