Conditions were brutal and the North East Valley pairing of Sarah Scott and Bronwyn Stevens unforgiving on their way to winning the Dunedin Centre champion of champions women's pairs title at...
Wanaka's Dougal Allan appears ready to pounce in the world championship of multisport Longest Day race at the Kathmadu Coast to Coast.
There was an extra shine to the gold on the Green Island ladies’ club uniform when the Lyn Rance skipped ladies four went back-to-back with the Dunedin Centre women’s fours championship title at St...
Dragging the jack into the ditch to score three shots broke the deadlock and set up world singles champion Shannon McIlroy for an unprecedented fifth title at the North East Valley 10,000...
Reputations counted for little in section play of the North East Valley 10,000 over the weekend.
Nic Bathgate (Leith) made a triumphant return to competitive running yesterday when he won the senior men’s 10km Otago road title on the harbour basin course.
Nagging line-and-length delivery from Lee Grigg (Green Island) helped unseat defending champion Beth Brown (Taieri) in the champion of champions women's singles at the St Clair Bowling Club on Sunday.
Forbury Park skip Steve Fleming overcame a mixture of emotions to win the Bowls Dunedin champion of champion pairs with lead Steve Wilson at the Taieri Bowling Club greens on Thursday night.
It was so near, yet so far, for the Andersons Bay pair of Tracey Penty and Ruth Williams when Taieri skip Jan Barclay let rip with a heartbreaker to clinch the Dunedin Centre champion of champion...
A dominant performance from Shannon Eathorne (Andersons Bay) enabled her to defeat Annette Stratton (Mornington) 21-6 to win the Bowls Dunedin junior women’s singles title on Thursday night.
It was tight, it was tense, it was triples at its best.
It was a feat of David and Goliath proportions when the Dunedin Centre women’s team won the annual quadrangular tournament in Christchurch earlier this month.
Cromwell businessman Nigel Lines finished the Coast to Coast over the weekend.
A fresh approach and new ideas have led to the Coast to Coast bouncing back over the past five years.
There were tears and heartbreak for Wanaka’s defending world champions of multisport in the Coast to Coast Longest Day on Saturday.
After a year away, Sam Clark made a storming return to win the Coast to Coast event on Saturday.
The number four proved a lucky one for Corrinne O’Donnell, as she won the open women’s one-day event at the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
Defending champion Dougal Allan, of Wanaka, has a 9min deficit to make up on race leader and three-time champion Whakatane's Sam Clark coming off the alpine section of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
Despite damaging his back in a training accident, former Dunedin man Josh Harris still made it to the start line to contest the Coast to Coast tandem team section with good mate David Slater.
Markus Woutersen (Cambridge), pipped race favourite Bevan Jones (Christchurch) on the line to steal first-day honours in the two-day section of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast yesterday.