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International focus sees Mitchelton step up to dual naming rights sponsors

Australian GreenEDGE Cycling team will be known as Mitchelton-SCOTT in 2018 as a new name and look for the coming season were launched today.

Athletics NZ Round Up

Athletics NZ Round Up - covering regional track champs, Australian All Schools Championships and more

Two more victories, silver medal for Hansen at Santiago

The Vantage New Zealand team bagged two more victories and a silver medal for sprinter Natasha Hansen on the final day of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Chile.

Chia Super Sprint Triathlon

Rain, rough seas and a very low tide didn't look like a recipe for a successful family triathlon, but 78 competitors aged from seven to 72 smiled their way through Sunday's event at Rabbit Island.

Tour of New Zealand set to give riders Tour de France experience

The fifth Tour of New Zealand is set to give cyclists from New Zealand and throughout the world a true Tour de France experience while adding to the million dollars it has raised for charity.

Age Triumphs Over Experience

Two years ago, Nelson’s Cameron Jones became the youngest ever finisher of the Fine Signs Crazyman. Today the talented 17-year-old overcame a top field and tough conditions in the Capital City to become the youngest ever winner.

Rasdex Classic River Race

Classic River Race was able to run on the Waimakariri river full course, from Mt White Bridge to Gorge Bridge with wins going to Sam Manson & Sophie Hart

Australian World Champion Britt Cox Wins Season Opener In Ruka

2017 World Champion mogul skier Britt Cox has picked up right where she left off, winning gold in the 2017/18 World Cup season opener in Ruka overnight in Mogul Skiing:

Two gold medals, NZ record for Kiwi cyclists at Santiago

The women’s team pursuit and men’s madison recorded victories while Natasha Hansen broke her own national record on the second day of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Chile.

Landsborough River Death

The man who died after falling from a raft on the Landsborough River yesterday was 27-year-old Samuel Jacob Zarifeh of Christchurch.