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2019 IAAF World Indoor Tour

The 2019 IAAF World Indoor Tour, a series of the six finest indoor meetings on the planet, kicks off one week from today with the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston on 26 January.

Humphrey and Colgrave Take St Helens Doubles

North West athletes Aaron Humphrey and Jack Colgrave have taken a pair of titles each at the final carnival of the 2018/2019 Fulton Hogan Tasmanian Christmas Carnival series in St Helens.

Tarawera Ultramarathon is the largest ultra run to take place in New Zealand . . . ever!

2019 is proving to be the year of the Ultramarathon right here in New Zealand with a record 2000 eager runners already signed up for the Tarawera Ultramarathon with weeks still to go until race day. This makes it by far the largest ultramarathon to e

Series Finale in St Helens

Tasmanian Christmas Carnival Series Rio Olympian Milly Clark is set to make a rare appearance over the 3200m distance. The traditional two-mile race is the only one on the series schedule and fresh off a win

New format IAAF World Relays

Leading international athletes have welcomed the addition of two exciting new events to the programme for the IAAF World Relays Yokohama 2019.

New South Island Ultra Marathon

New Ultra on the calendar, the South Island Ultra Marathon to be held on the West Coast Wilderness Trail on Saturday 11 May 2019. 100km, 54km & 24km....

Athletics NZ Round Up

Athletics NZ Round Up - New Zealand Track and Field meetings, Kiwi's results around the world US, UK, China, Spain and Australia

Mia Has The Moves Like Jagga in Hobart

Teenagers Mia Gross and Jagga Pybus have taken out the women's and men's 100m Gift races at the 38th Hobart Bikes & Spikes carnival.

Video - The Fastest Way To Cross The Himalayas

Ryan Sandes and Ryno Griesel smashed records on their 1504 km run across the Great Himalaya Trail overcoming a mixture of challenges including frost bite, injury and sleep deprivation.

Track Turns to Ash, McSweyn Does it Again

The man they came to watch produced the goods at West Park as King Island’s Stewart McSweyn powered to a memorable victory in the Zest Tasmanian Open Mile tonight.