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Champion Returns to Karapoti

Gazley ŠKODA Karapoti Classic - Anton Cooper returns to crack his race record, Kate McIlroy womens favourite


Major sports call for grassroots action to change youth sport

Sport NZ and the five sports who last September published a Statement of Intent to improve youth sport are calling on parents, coaches and administrators involved at grassroots level to help implement these changes as sports prepare for the upcoming


Athletics NZ Weekly Round Up.

This week's edition includes -NZ Track & Field results, International results , Road and Trail race results from around the country


Olympic spots key target for UCI Track Cycling World Championships

Cycling’s rainbow jersey is its most coveted prize, except that every four years the pot of gold lies a few months down the track at the Olympic Games.


Caleb Ewan King of Hatta Dam

In a steep uphill sprint, Australian Caleb Ewan triumphed for the second consecutive year on Hatta Dam at the end of stage 2 of the UAE Tour.


World Athletics Indoor Tour winners secure wildcards for Nanjing

After the seventh and final meeting of the 2020 World Athletics Indoor Tour brought the series to a close for another year, 11 athletes have booked their place at the World Athletics Indoor Championships Nanjing 2021.


No finals but high drama for Kiwi Canoe Slalom Team at the Australian Open

It was a disappointing weekend for outcomes for the New Zealand contingent at the Australian Open ICF canoe slalom ranking race, but full of drama nonetheless with both senior team and Olympic places up for grabs.


Delfour and Watkins join Fox to target Tokyo 2020

It was a golden finish for Australia’s Olympic canoe slalom paddlers at the 2020 Australian Open Canoe Slalom with Rio Olympian Lucien Delfour (NSW) and dual Olympic medallist Jessica Fox (NSW)


Red Bull - Ice Cross - Downhill - World Championship

Local hero Kyle Croxall (CAN) won the ATSX 500 race at Le Massif de Charlevoix on Saturday, by beating arch-rival Marco Dallago in a final decided by an incident in the very last portion of the track,


Haig claims his first stage victory of the season in Ruta del Sol

Bouncing back after yesterday’s disappointment, Australian climber Jack Haig showed his maturity and experience today, riding a tactically astute race to claim his first stage victory of the season on a hard penultimate stage in Ruta del Sol.