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Red Bull Defiance attracts worlds best

The 2018 Red Bull Defiance begins this weekend, with some of the world’s best multisport athletes racing in the showpiece event in Wanaka.


Australian television personality enters Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Former MasterChef turned Australian television personality Hayden Quinn is the latest to enter the Kathmandu Coast to Coast to knock the event off his bucket list while also hoping to gain some bragging rights over mates.


GO-4-12 Youth Adventure Race coming in April

The thirteenth SPOT NZ GO-4-12 Youth Adventure Race is being held in Hawkes Bay on the weekend of the thirteenth of April 2018.


Young Hotshots To Race For Barracuda At Red Bull Defiance

Two of New Zealand’s youngest multisporters are set to race at the upcoming Red Bull Defiance in Wanaka under Barracuda Kayaks banner.


Springbok Vs All Black Rivalry Set For A Showdown At Godzone

Former Springbok rugby great, Stefan Terblanche, is looking forward to representing South Africa and competing against All Black legend Richie McCaw at this year’s GODZone.


Gemma McCaw & Andrew Reid to compete in Red Bull Defiance Wanaka

Former Black Stick Gemma McCaw, who represented New Zealand at three summer Olympics, has joined forces with Bondi Lifeguard Andrew Reid to compete at the Red Bull Defiance in Wanaka this January.


MP and Christchurch City Councillor inspire youth for Coast to Coast

Labour MP Poto Williams and Christchurch City Councillor Glenn Livingstone are hoping to inspire young people in the eastern suburbs of Christchurch as they prepare for the Kathmandu Coast to Coast in February.


Growing up with the Kathmandu Coast to Coast inspires entries

Growing up on the South Island’s West Coast has exposed the Kathmandu Coast to Coast to many school aged students, inspiring growing numbers of them to enter the iconic event.


Hamish Miller & Rachel Clarke win Mount Monster

He’s competed in every Mount Monster so far but Hamish Miller finally broke through for victory in New Zealand’s premier long distance surf lifesaving race today.


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.