7106 Results

Near misses cost kayaker Jones again

Kiwi kayaker Luuka Jones just needs a little luck to go her way on the canoe slalom world cup circuit.

World Cup 2 comes to a close in Krakow

Australia won a single medal, gold to Jessica Fox in the women’s C1 final on Saturday

Delfour gains confidence from Krakow performance

Australian Lucien Delfour finished seventh in the men’s K1 final at the ICF slalom World Cup in Krakow, Poland overnight.

Matt Knighton ‘toughest of the toughest’ sports reporter

What would one of the world’s toughest sports reporting jobs be? Well it took Matt Knighton on a 38,739-nautical mile journey around the world

Australia’s harshest endurance event begins in outback Queensland

Runners have begun the epic 250km, six-day journey through the deserts of remote outback of Queensland

ITU Long Distance World Champ - Cyril Viennot & Mary Beth Ellis take titles

Cyril Viennot (FRA) and Mary Beth Ellis (USA) executed nearly perfect race plans in Motola, Sweden to score their first ITU Long Distance World Championship titles

Johansson completes another Swedish double in dominant fashion

Aussie team ORICA-AIS rider Swede Emma Johansson has completed another national double

Aussie Fox wins C1 gold in Krakow

Jessica Fox has won gold in the women’s C1 final at the second ICF slalom World Cup in Krakow, Poland.

Challenge Venice

A full distance triathlon in what is universally regarded as the world’s most beautiful city

TriNZ CEO Challenge winners get $25k

The hard work and dedication of staff at the Whakatane District Council (WDC) came to fruition today when Sovereign CEO Symon Brewis-Weston presented a cheque for $25,000