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Crocodile Trophy stg 7 - Swiss domination

Konny Looser wins today's finish sprint by one meter against Urs Huber. The stage was a classic 102 km marathon from Skybury Coffee to Wetherby Station in Mount Molloy had started with a mellow 30 km

ASB Auckland Marathon Wheelchair Race

The inaugural wheelchair race at the ASB Auckland Marathon includes a who’s who of the country’s leading male and female wheelchair athletes, with multiple Paralympic and World Championship

Cycling showdown for double header Calder Stewart Banks Peninsula Bays

The elite men’s race is shaping up as a showdown between New Zealand’s best domestic based riders and a number of professionals returning from long overseas seasons as the Calder Stewart Cycling series hits Canterbury for its final double header week

Comm Games Gold Medallist To Ride Tour Of Southland

Commonwealth Games gold medal-winning mountainbiker Sam Gaze is looking forward to a ‘hot lap’ of the province when he makes his debut in the SBS Bank Tour of Southland later this month.

Connor Bell named closing ceremony flagbearer + Youth Olympic Games wrap

Discus thrower Connor Bell has been named New Zealand team flagbearer for the closing ceremony of the Youth Olympic Games.

Crocodile Trophy stg 6 Soren Nissen and Sjoukje Dufoer

The Danish elite rider Sören Nissen who races for Luxemburg wins today’s stage in a furious sprint towards the line, winning just ahead of the Czech rider Milan Damek

Cycling crash for New Zealand on penultimate day of Youth Olympic Games

Cyclist Phoebe Young sacrificed her own race to help a teammate who was involved in a crash.

Crocodile Trophy Stage 5

Today's stage from Irvinebank to Skybury was a fast a furious 95km marathon race and resulted in two new names on the top step of the elite category podiums: the Austrian Matthias Grick

63rd Kawerau King of the Mountain

Australian Ben Duffus is the clear favourite for the king title in Kawerau this year. Veteran Chris Morrissey head Kiwi challenge

Abel Tasman Coastal Classic

Clear skies, calm seas, a sell out field – all the boxes ticked for Nelson Events to celebrate the start of their 25th Abel Tasman Coastal Classic.