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Us$500,000 Solidarity Fund To Assist Nacac Federations Rebuild

IAAF President Sebastian Coe visited Puerto Rico today to continue discussions and on this occasion hear first-hand about the devastating damage caused last year by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria and Jose.


Run Larapinta returns for an unforgettable running experience

The Run Larapinta Stage Race is returning to Alice Springs for four days of trail running along the most spectacular sections of the Larapinta Trail in the Northern Territory from 17 – 20th August, 2018.


Jake Robertson wins Chevron Houston Half Marathon

Kiwi Jake Robertson equalled his personal best in winning the star studded half marathon in1:00:01. He finished 14 seconds ahead of Guye Adola of Ethiopia.


Bladerunner Liam Malone Retires

“Bladerunner” Liam Malone, who lit up the 2016 Paralympic Games with his sensational sprint double, has announced his retirement from the sport at the age of 24.


North Island Colgate Games

Some of New Zealand’s future athletic talent was on display over the two full days of competition. A number of outstanding results were achieved across the five boys and girls grades.


Athletics NZ weekly round up

Athletics NZ weekly round up - World Ranked New Zealand Athletes Tom Walsh SP (4), Jake Robertson 10km (14) and half marathon (31), Quentin Rew 20km (45) and 50km (18) race walk, Jacko Gill SP (22), Marshall Hall DT (30), Ben Langton Burnell JT (32),


Olympic Trackstars, Flying Scratchies and a Jack & Jill World Title in Devonport

Devonport is abuzz with a host of Olympians and World Champions in town for the new look 1-day Carnival to mark its 80th edition tomorrow


City of Launceston Christmas Sports Carnival

Australia’s best track cyclist Sam Welsford joined Steve Pate as the fastest winner in the Latrobe Wheel Race’s 121-year history as he notched his third win in the race.


3 Bridges Marathon

Auckland's Jaden Cairncross was not going to let the muggy conditions stop him finishing his third marathon in six weeks as he broke the 2h 50s mark in winning the Pak 'n Save 3 Bridges Marathon on Saturday.


Night of 5’s, AUT Millennium Stadium, North Shore

Daniel Balchin cruised to victory in the 5000m in 14:17.72. Theo Quax provided the pace for Balchin for the first half of the race.