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‘Women You Can Bank On’ Dunedin postponed

Women in Sport Aotearoa announced they are disappointed to announce ‘Women You Can Bank On’ Dunedin postponed


Outstanding Competition at Oceans ’21 Despite “Super Sunday” Cancellation

Organisers are praising the “fantastic spirit” and performance of more than 850 competitors at this year’s Surf Life Saving New Zealand (SLSNZ) Oceans ’21 event in Mt Maunganui, despite Covid-19 level changes forcing a cancellation of the final day.


Macpac Motatapu Cancelled

"The team has had to make the incredibly disappointing decision to cancel the 2021 event."


Brisbane 2032 Olympic Games progression extremely positive for New Zealand

New Zealand’s athletes, sports fans and youth are just some of the parties set to benefit if Brisbane’s bid for the 2032 Olympic Games is successful.


Olympic Committee in talks with AOC, over 2032 Games

The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has welcomed this morning’s announcement that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) will enter into “


Oceans 21 Celebrates its “Coming of Age”

More than 800 Junior Surf members from around Aotearoa New Zealand will make their way to Mt Maunganui’s Main Beach on Thursday for one of the country’s largest children’s sporting events.


Triathlon stars set to light up the Sea2Sky Challenge

The Brad Richards Building Sea2Sky Challenge 2021 will boast a stellar line up this year with the top of Triathlon NZ High Performance (HP) Squad racing the iconic


Fairy-tale finish for young and old

At just 17 years old Greymouth’s Emma Wilson became the youngest competitor to win the individual women’s two-day Kathmandu Coast to Coast, crossing the finish line in New Brighton in 13 hours 26 minutes and 54 seconds.


Dougal Allan and Simone Maier win Kathmandu Coast to Coast

Dougal Allan and Simone Maier have won todays 243km Kathmandu Coast to Coast Longest Day across the South Island, West to East coast.


Athletes challenged on day one of the biggest ever Kathmandu Coast to Coast

The timing mat stopped at exactly the same time for Christchurch’s Rob Lord and Kirwee’s Richard Greer as the pair reached the halfway mark of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast men’s 2-Day individual.