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Women’s Tour of NZ - World’s top female road cyclists

The list of world class riders entered in this month’s Trust House Women’s Cycle Tour of New Zealand continues to grow.


Flanagan sets NZ record at Porritt Classic

Rosa Flanagan has become accustomed to re-writing the record books and the Canterbury University AC athlete once again created her own slice of history by hacking a further 2.28 from national under-19 and under-20 women’s steeplechase record


Jayco Herald Sun Tour stage 3 - Ewan wins stage, Leader Meyers slim margin over Kiwis

Jayco Herald Sun Tour stage 3 Caleb Ewan wins. Tour leader Cameron Meyers is in the firing line from Kiwi's in the Avanti squad with Joe Cooper still second overall at four seconds, and Patrick Bevin a further 11 seconds back with one day to go


Rotorua Bike Festival countdown

There’s under a week to go till launch day. The forecast is fine and the Rotorua Bike Festival is ready to roll with 10 days of events that celebrate all things on two wheels.


Henderson & McConnell Monopolise Mountain Bike Action on Stromlo Trails

Canberra mountain bike power-duo Rebecca Henderson (ACT) and Daniel McConnell (ACT) have monopolised the tough Stromlo course in Canberra at Cross Country Round 4 of the Subaru National Mountain Bike Series


Jayco Herald Sun Tour stage 2 - Sprinters paradise for Caleb Ewan after dramatic finish

Caleb Ewan has secured his first win as a professional and in doing so has delivered the second win in as many days for ORICA-GreenEDGE, sprinting comfortably to victory. Kiwi's 2 & 3 overall


Jayco Herald Sun Tour stage 1 - Meyer cashes in with breakaway win

Cameron Meyer (ORICA-GreenEDGE) has put his team in the box seat to collect back-to-back Jayco Herald Sun Tour victories with his stage 1 breakaway win in Bendigo, with Kiwi Joe Cooper next...


Swimming Australia starts search for new Director of Performance

After almost two years working for Swimming Australia Michael Scott will be leaving the organisation after accepting a position as the Chief Executive Officer at Rowing Australia.


New Zealand swim stars team up for exciting national zone clash

New Zealand’s leading and up-and-coming swimmers get a taste of American-styled collegiate competition in the second Zonal Championships in Auckland on Sunday.


Former world champ taking rowing skills to the beach

He’s been a world champion, a trans-Atlantic rower and a fire-fighting pin-up boy. Now Paul Gerritsen will add another representative honour to his resume this weekend when he and his Piha men’s surf boat crew take on Australia’s best at Waihi Beach