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The week in sport

The week in sport

The Otago Daily Times Online looks back at the week in sport.

Sport doping to be criminal offence in Russia

Sport doping to be criminal offence in Russia

Russia is to bring in legislation that will mean individuals found guilty of doping are punished under the country's criminal code, according to Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko.

Winter competitions get under way

These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association (OSSSA) which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.

Motocross: Double recognition of Duncan's achievements

Palmerston motocross rider Courtney Duncan achieved an award-winning double over the weekend.

The week in sport

The week in sport

The Otago Daily Times Online looks at the week in sport.

Sports awards: Rugby claims centre stage

Sports awards: Rugby claims centre stage

Rugby dominated the Otago Sports Awards last night, as the Highlanders won the main prize.

Adventure running: Athlete's energy for Africa

Adventure running: Athlete's energy for Africa

Here is a piece of advice for parents: be careful what you let your children do when they are grounded.

Good luck to code-hopping Hayne

According to an article on forbes.com in 2012, the average worker stays at each job for 4.4 years, but the expected tenure of the workforce's youngest employees is about half that.

Sport: Scholarships increasing options for young sportspeople

Sport: Scholarships increasing options for young sportspeople

College recruitment agencies heading to the South are just a reflection of the changing sporting landscape where talent is sourced from all corners of the globe.

Table Tennis: Otago players dominate South Island champs

Table Tennis: Otago players dominate South Island champs

The South Island titles at the top level are largely staying in Otago after the South Island championships in Dunedin at the weekend.

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