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Rotorua teenager River Mutton has picked up New Zealand’s first individual medal at a junior canoe slalom world championship, snaring bronze in the extreme slalom final in Italy overnight.
On a night of sensational running at a hot and humid Stade Louis II, Kenya’s Beatrice Chepkoech produced the crowning performance of the tenth IAAF Diamond League
On a night of sensational running at a hot and humid Stade Louis II, Kenya’s Beatrice Chepkoech produced the crowning performance of the tenth IAAF Diamond League meeting
Eliza McCartney has had a tough night at the Herculis Diamond League meeting in the Principality of Monaco, finishing seventh the women’s pole vault, clearing 4.75m.
Tom Walsh has finished fifth in the latest Diamond League meeting on the Monaco waterfront, despite a best throw of 21.49m.
Wintec’s Centre for Sport Science and Human Performance is on a mission to find the most agile, powerful and the fastest Waikato athlete to win bragging rights for their sport and school.
New Zealand's U23 Team departed for Poznan, Poland on 13 July to contest the World Rowing U23 Championships 25-29 July.
Pole vault star Eliza McCartney is keeping athletics statisticians busy, after clearing yet another personal best 4.94m at a pole vault meeting in Jockgrim, Germany.
The IAAF has today responded to an open letter from the Women’s Sports Foundation and Athlete Ally, which requested that the IAAF rescind the new eligibility regulations for the female classification, due to come into effect on November 1, 2018.
The ASB Auckland Marathon today announced an exciting new addition to New Zealand’s largest marathon event, with a pilot wheelchair category confirmed for the 2018 edition on October 28.