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Curling: Bronze for NZ senior men

Dunedin curler Dan Mustapic has helped the New Zealand men's team win a bronze medal at the world senior championships in Russia.

From afar: Finding the right balance key for TCK Ko

It isn't great for her, but it makes us mere mortals feel better knowing that Lydia Ko is human.

Powerboating: 'The Boss' still topping the charts

Powerboating: 'The Boss' still topping the charts

At 25 years old, The Boss GP hydroplane could be enjoying her retirement cruising with the classic boats at Lake Rotoiti.

Disability Games: Thrilled to deliver oath

Disability Games: Thrilled to deliver oath

Kiran Dixon made sure he had practised his lines at least a couple of times before delivering the athletes' oath and lighting the flame at the opening of the Halberg Junior Disability Games in Cambridge last night.

BMX: Dunedin club third overall team at national champs

The Dunedin BMX Club showed its continued development by finishing as the third overall team at the national championships in Christchurch at the weekend.

I see red

I see red

Suzuki Superboat Enzed/Trojan/Total Oil, driven by Peter Caughey and navigated by Karen Marshall, tackles the tight and twisting NZ Jetsprint Championship course at the Oxbow Aquatrack at Luggate on Saturday.

BMX: Hopes high for Otago riders

Two Otago teams bulging with talent will chase some silverware at the New Zealand BMX championships in Christchurch this weekend.

Freeskiing: Wells defends world title in farewell to junior ranks

Beau-James Wells left the junior ranks behind with the best possible result on Tuesday.

Surf life-saving: IRB pair to take biggest test

Surf life-saving: IRB pair to take biggest test

Rebecca McNaughton and Charlotte Becconsall-Ryan are ready to make history.

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