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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 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


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


Fourth place for New Zealand on day 10 of Youth Olympic Games

Rotorua paddler George Snook has placed 4th in the K1 slalom at the Youth Olympic Games.


Changing of the guard at the Crocodile Trophy

Crocodile Trophy stage 4 - Urs Huber and Sarah White take over the elite leads with stage victories in today's time trial. The multiple Swiss National Champion and four-time Crocodile Trophy winner


Grassroots Trust Gets Behind 2019 New Zealand Cycle Classic

The 2019 New Zealand Cycle Classic has received a significant boost thanks to Grassroots Trust, who have come onboard as the naming rights sponsor.


Anderson wins kayak silver in C1 slalom Youth Olympic Games

Tauranga paddler Finn Anderson won silver in the C1 slalom competition at the Youth Olympic Games.


Auckland Police deploying new Jet Ski this long weekend

Those out and about on the water across Auckland this Labour weekend may be surprised to see a member of our Police Maritime Unit up close and personal as we deploy our new Jet Ski.


Bond set to return to Tour of Southland

His name is Bond, Hamish Bond - but it will be very much a cyclist, rather than an Olympic champion rower, who lines up for this year’s SBS Bank Tour of Southland.