From endurance skiing events in the northeastern United States to being one of Otago's most respected multisport athletes, Jonah Belk is now better prepared to contest the world championship of...
The phrase "for the love of the game" does a good job of summing up Taieri Bowling Club member Charles Burrell’s dedication to the sport.
Junior international Janus Staufenberg produced an awesome performance to win the open men’s title at the Otago Triathlon Championships at Macandrew Bayyesterday.
Beth Brown's ability to apply pressure and draw the shot from the outset enabled her to successfully defend the Bowls Dunedin open women's singles title at Outram yesterday.
Wanaka's growing reputation for fostering multisport champions could well have another chapter added when Emily Wilson lines up for the world championship of multisport Longest Day at the Coast to...
It is a launch into the unknown for Tristan Sames, although he has given himself plenty of lead-in time.
Not one to do things by halves, Dunedin biochemistry and neuroscience student Ailsa Rollinson will be returning for another tilt at the open women’s title in the Coast to Coast in February.
It was something of an arm-wrestle, but Kaikorai came away with the spoils when it defeated Fairfield 2-1 in the final of the Dunedin regional interclub open men’s sevens at the Taieri Bowling Club...
A dominant display by the Taieri Blue side secured its right to contest the national finals of the Interclub Sevens in Auckland in April.
A mistake on the final end proved to be the undoing of the Kaikorai pair of Craig McCaw (skip) and Geoff Wilson, as Keanu Darby and Roger Stevens (North East Valley) lifted the men’s Dunedin centre...
Get a haircut, get a real win was the secret behind Jonah Belk's victory in a wet and wild annual Taieri Mouth Multisport Challenge yesterday.
The warmer weather did not deter 250 seasoned and hardy souls in the annual Coastal Classic at Taieri Mouth yesterday.
As many will know all too well, sport can be a cruel companion, and last night's Bowls Dunedin mixed pairs final was a prime example.
World champion Shannon McIlroy won an unprecedented fourth Speight's North East Valley 10,000 title at the North East Valley greens yesterday.
An opportunity to play at the Eastbourne Bowling Club, in Wellington, three years ago went a long way to assisting Blackjack Jamie Hill rediscover his lawn bowls mojo.
Promising Wellington bowler Seamus Curtin was the only player to progress through section play undefeated, when the quarterfinalists were found at the Speight's North East Valley 10,000 yesterday.
Reputations counted for little as the form of tournament favourites took a u-turn when play got underway on the second day of the Speight's North East Valley 10,000 today.