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Allan back for unfinished business at Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Wanaka based multisport, triathlete and endurance racer Dougal Allan is the first big name to confirm he will be on the start line of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast in February, hoping he can go better than his three second place efforts.


Top Five Tips for MTB Newbies, with Michael Dorr

2017 XTERRA Pan Am Champ, Michael Dorr shares his top five tips for beginner mountain bikers to stay safe, gain confidence, and start to shred.


Middaugh Coaching Corner - Determinants of Endurance Performance

When you think about elite endurance athletes and the factors that make them champions, many consider VO2 max as the be-all and end-all for determining success in endurance sports.


Three-peat Winners at Porirua Grand Traverse

Repeat winners was the order of the day at the 13th Porirua Grand Traverse as Daniel Jones and Lizzy Bunckenberg took their third titles in Wellington’s biggest multisport event.


Cool Winter Training to Hot Weather Racing

After a long winter I am always excited about that first warm weather race. For me it will be XTERRA Costa Rica in less than three weeks.


Food for thought, with Natia van Heerden

Natia van Heerden isn’t just a top XTERRA athlete (most recently, she finished 4th at XTERRA South Africa). The 2014 XTERRA age group world champ is also an organic chef and believes that what you put into your body is what you will get out in terms


Wild Kiwi - Whangarei Heads

If you've never been up to the Whangarei Heads you're missing out on a truly delightful part of the country! Majestic peaks, sweeping beaches, and views for days make it just THE perfect setting for an exceptional event.


Three-peat for Clark while Owen claims her first Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Whakatane's Sam Clark made it three wins in a row while South African Robyn Owen claimed her first win in today’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast World Championship Longest Day.


Stunning conditions see record times at Kathmandu Coast to Coast

A full field for the first time in a decade and some impressive performances matched the stunning conditions on the first day of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast as the two day event got underway.


Battle looms for Women at Kathmandu Coast to Coast

The Kathmandu Coast to Coast is full for the first time in a decade with the women’s World Championship Longest Day event shaping up as a titanic battle with defending champion Elina Ussher poised for a record equalling five wins.