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Motu Challenge multisport winners’ race reports

Sam Manson and Corrinne O’Donnell took out the men’s and women’s multisport win at Motu Challenge on Saturday — overcoming cold winds and even a spell of falling snow


Grassroots Trust Gets Behind 2019 New Zealand Cycle Classic

The 2019 New Zealand Cycle Classic has received a significant boost thanks to Grassroots Trust, who have come onboard as the naming rights sponsor.


Regional sporting trust rivalry lighting up Kathmandu Coast to Coast corporate challenge

The challenge of “walking the talk” by competing as a team in February’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast issued over a month ago by Sport Canterbury has been taken on by the country’s southernmost regional sports trust.


Anderson wins kayak silver in C1 slalom Youth Olympic Games

Tauranga paddler Finn Anderson won silver in the C1 slalom competition at the Youth Olympic Games.


Auckland Police deploying new Jet Ski this long weekend

Those out and about on the water across Auckland this Labour weekend may be surprised to see a member of our Police Maritime Unit up close and personal as we deploy our new Jet Ski.


Australians add to medal haul with two silvers at Youth Olympics

Australia added two silver medals to its Youth Olympics tally on Monday, with Joshua Cowley and Jaylah Cameron-Hancock finishing second in the long jump and 1500m/cross country combined respectively.


Bond set to return to Tour of Southland

His name is Bond, Hamish Bond - but it will be very much a cyclist, rather than an Olympic champion rower, who lines up for this year’s SBS Bank Tour of Southland.


Lucy Coldwell and Urs Huber claim elite stage 3 wins in Herberton

Crocodile Trophy stage 3 - The Elite riders are keeping the overall classification very tight: the Swiss endurance specialists Urs Huber and Konny Looser once again crossed the line


Golden day in the field for New Zealand at Youth Olympic Games

Auckland discus thrower Connor Bell has dominated to field for a gold medal win which will make the world of professional discus take notice.


More gold for Aussie at Buenos Aires Youth Olympics

Australia has claimed a gold and four silver medals today at the Buenos Aires Youth Olympics, led by flagbearer Keely Small’s gold in the 800m.