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GODZone Chapter 8 - Canterbury Over 70 national and international teams have secured a racing spot in the seven-day expedition adventure
The 2019 AR World Championship will be organised by a team made up of the best race organisers, athletes and media from around the world.
The Canterbury Avalanche Response Group is now better equipped to respond to a real life emergency after a successful training operation.
Changes to the way we recreate in the mountains has prompted the New Zealand Alpine Club (NZAC) to rewrite and fully update their popular title, Backcountry Ski-Touring in New Zealand.
Entries to Chapter 8 of GODZone open at 9 am (NZT) today with teams from around the world expected to be vying for a racing spot at the prestigious adventure event.
Australian and New Zealand anti-doping experts met in Canberra yesterday to discuss new ways to support clean athletes and detect doping in the region.
Sport NZ has today released the first report from its new Active NZ participation survey, providing a point-in-time snapshot of participation in sport and active recreation explored through the lenses of age, gender, ethnicity and deprivation.
Queenstown based adventurer Geoff Hunt writes about his hike tour around the Khumbu area in Nepal
Paralympian Cameron Leslie is a triple gold medallist in Para swimming, Wheel Blacks player, coach, farmer, sports writer and influential community role model. So, when Sanford, New Zealand’s
A record 10,851 intermediate-aged competitors have entered September’s week-long long tournament in Tauranga, coming from more than 320 schools all over New Zealand and the Pacific.