Wānaka has again provided the winners of the premier races in the Coast to Coast.
Wanaka has another champion to add to its impressive stable of elite athletes after Hamish Elliott won the world championship of multisport, the Coast to Coast Longest Day, on Saturday.
The weather held off long enough for Wanaka’s Simone Maier to win a fifth Longest Day title in the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
Trying to stay upright on the paddle stage is the goal for Dunedin paramedic Courtney Hawke as she attempts to win the open women's two-day individual title at the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
Simone Maier may be the top-ranked competitor at the Coast to Coast but the Wanaka multisport great knows that can count for little on race day.
North Harbour Bays clubmates Anneke Arlidge and Brigid Dennehy were inspired by greatness on Saturday.
The fact it was his birthday proved only an afterthought as winning the Dick Tayler 10,000m and his first New Zealand track title took priority for Rotorua runner Michael Voss.
The age-old sporting rivalry between Otago and Southland was to the fore in the historic Ness Cup mile race on Saturday.
The youth of NZ bowls prevailed when local champion Keanu Darby, combined with world champion Tayla Bruce, of Christchurch, to win the inaugural North East Valley invitational mixed pairs.
The cream has risen to the top at the invitational mixed pairs tournament being held at the North East Valley Bowling Club over the weekend.
Caversham veteran Neville Scott ran with guts and vigour to win the revamped Port Chalmers-to-Dunedin road race on Saturday.
There are moments in bowls when you just need luck to go your way.
Turning 31 in two weeks’ time, Canterbury's Tom Galloway handed himself an early birthday present with victory in the Dunedin Marathon and eclipsing his personal best by 4min.
A refreshed Hannah Oldroyd won the open women’s title of the Dunedin Marathon yesterday.
It was a performance for the ages but the final hurdles proved bridges too far when Russell Dawe ended a 12-hour stint on the rinks on finals day at the Bowls Dunedin Stadium on Sunday.
Russell Dawe continued to be this season’s big mover in PBA competition as he catapulted up the ranking list in the ranking singles double-header at the Dunedin Lawn Bowls Stadium over the weekend.
The Gore Bowling Club champion of champion triples team survived an early scare in a cliff-hanger semifinal to go on to win the Bowls New Zealand champion of champion triples title at the Dunedin...
Roger Stevens gave his father Ernie a birthday to remember when he fronted up to his 95th birthday party last night with his medal from winning his first national bowls title.
While some reputations took a battering in the PBA triple-header at the Bowls Dunedin Stadium over the weekend, there was renaissance for others.
The southern leg of the New Zealand Professional Bowls Association starts this weekend with a triple-header at the Dunedin Lawn Bowls Stadium.