983 Results

Tri-Adventure Antelopes win XPD

Tri-Adventure Antelopes have won XPD Bay of Fires 2018 after 3.5 days of racing with the second placed team, Rootstock Racing (USA) yet to finish and at least 12 hours behind.

Aon Maadi Cup Day 4

Severe headwinds delayed the majority of races today at day four of the 2018 Aon Maadi Cup at Lake Ruataniwha, Twizel.

Distress beacon saves canoeist

A 57-year-old canoeist had a narrow escape last night thanks to the personal locator beacon he was carrying when paddling off a Northland beach.

2018 Aon Maadi Cup - Day Three Results

Settled wind and light rain set the scene at the third day of racing at the 2018 Aon Maadi Cup. Repechages made for sensational watching as crews competed at their last opportunity to make it through to qualifying races, with many events only progres

Tri-Adventure Antelopes set to claim victory in XPD

Tri-Adventure Antelopes have secured an enormous lead and on their way to victory at XPD. The team rode the 115km mountain bike leg overnight through from the Carr Villa

2018 AON Maadi Cup - Day 2

Moderate head winds delayed afternoon racing at the second day of the 2018 Aon Maadi Cup, but the first part of the day allowed for heats to be completed.

XPD Day 2 Tri-Adventure Antelopes race to trek Castle Carey

Tri Adventure Antelopes extended their lead at XPD Bay of Fires arriving at Avoca TA early this morning. The team spent all the night in the cold conditions, paddling the 38km leg down the South Esk river in windy conditions.

2018 Aon Maadi Cup - Day One Results

2283 athletes from 120 schools will take to the waters this week for the 2018 Aon Maadi Cup. Run by the NZSSRA and Rowing NZ, the Aon Maadi Cup

A wet and Wild Start to XPD Bay of Fires Tasmania

Tasmania turned on a wet and wild start to the XPD Bay of Fires. After a 2 hour ‘lock down’ to receive maps and course notes, teams made their final preparations for the ensuing 500km journey around North East Tasmania.

Whai Ora Spirited Women – All Women’s Adventure Race Whakatane

The third annual Whai Ora Spirited Women – All Women’s Adventure Race was based around Ohope and Whakatane, an area long renowned as a hotbed of the sport. The weekend attracted 1520 women from all over New Zealand and even as far afield as Australia