Summer Times

Tennis: Queen of the court

Tennis: Queen of the court

Kate Nunneley. Ringing any bells? Well, it should.

Favourite Olympic moments: Swimming sensation inspired new dream

With the 2012 London Olympics just around the corner, we thought we would look back at some of our favourite Olympic moments. Today, Olympic cyclist Alison Shanks looks at Danyon Loader's gold-medal swims at the 1996 Games.

Best of the rest: First Winter Games

Few sports have climbed out of the shadows quite as dramatically in recent years as the winter codes.

Story of a hurricane

Story of a hurricane There's no stopping Otago Daily Times sports writer and world traveller Alistair McMurran. With 174 countries and territories already ticked off, last year he set out on another adventure.

On the road

On the road

Annabel Gudsell, general manager for Tourism Waitaki, spends a lot of time on the road and wears clothing that can travel the distance. But what other treasures are hiding in her wardrobe? Lea Jones takes a look.

Five things I'll be doing on holiday: Carmen Johnson

Five things I'll be doing on holiday: Carmen Johnson

Carmen Johnson 's goals for the hols.

A lifetime of athletics

A lifetime of athletics

It was not what he expected. Ron Cain was given a rude awakening into the realities of international sport when his protest was turned down at Madrid in 1981.

Cup brimmeth over

Cup brimmeth over Sure, we got soaked to the skin, but after two years of saving and planning, the 150th Melbourne Cup turned out to be worth the wait Dene Mackenzie takes a fond look back.

Finally scored century

Finally scored century

Perhaps it was passion. Maybe it was stubbornness. Either way, Alec Knight was certainly patient.

Raising the roof - a personal choice

Raising the roof - a personal choice

"I would like to see a large-scale opera play at the new stadium, because the Dunedin Stadium is ideally suited to stage such works and can become an arts stadium just as much as a sports stadium.

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