Athletics

Athletics: Taranaki athlete shines at Cale

Jonathan Brownjohn (Taranaki) broke two New Zealand records at a quick fire meeting at the Caledonian Ground yesterday.

Athletics: Ashton sprints to three records

Athletics: Ashton sprints to three records

Christina Ashton's smile said it all as she left the Caledonian Ground with three Otago secondary school records on Saturday.

Athletics: Win for Willis in 5000m

Athletics: Win for Willis in 5000m

Nick Willis defied the bookies' odds to clinch a sweet 5000m victory over the Robertson twins to bring a rousing finale to the Auckland Track Challenge at a pulsating Douglas Track and Field at the Trusts Stadium.

Athletics: Mo Farah sets world indoor record

Athletics: Mo Farah sets world indoor record

Mo Farah set the first world record of his glittering distance running career when he established a new indoor two-mile mark in Birmingham.

Athletics: Allan aims to pick up the pace

Athletics: Allan aims to pick up the pace

A lot has changed for Wanaka athlete Dougal Allan since he claimed third place in last year's Challenge Wanaka in his debut attempt at the long-distance triathlon. He told Catherine Pattison how his circumstances in the past 12 months have allowed him the ideal preparation for Sunday's 226km race.

Athletics: Davies takes national title

Athletics: Davies takes national title

Danica Davies broke two Otago heptathlon records on her way to the national junior women's title in Hamilton at the weekend.

Athletics: Anderson 'stoked' to bag double

Athletics: Anderson 'stoked' to bag double

Ben Anderson has accomplished what he could not do a year ago at the Otago championships - the 800m and 1500m double.

Athletics: Spence sets second record of season

Athletics: Spence sets second record of season

Madaline Spence continued her record breaking season at the Otago championships at the weekend.

Athletics: Bolt will hang up spikes after London 2017

Athletics: Bolt will hang up spikes after London 2017

Multiple world record-holder and six-time Olympic gold medal winner Usain Bolt will retire after the 2017 World Championships in London, the Jamaican told British newspaper The Daily Mail.

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