Michael Stewart never tires of a marathon — even though he has run more than 500 of them.
Romain Mirosa was full of praise for the support of his wife and young family after his victory in the Dunedin Marathon yesterday.
Sam Wreford (Timaru) put in a late entry and then ran away with the New Zealand half marathon title in Dunedin yesterday.
Megan Webb and daughter Harriet George were just two inspiring examples of the 1917 entrants in this year’s Dunedin Marathon events.
Entries have climbed significantly for tomorrow’s Dunedin Marathon as a new route appears to have found favour with runners.
It has been a part of the PBA National Finals for the past decade, but when play gets under way in this year's final of the Shanghai singles in Hastings tonight, it may be for the last time.
From what were small beginnings, the Dunedin Marathon will be held for the 40th time next Sunday, and one man who has been involved with every one is Colin Dick.
Captain Alistair Richardson was full of praise for his team after it won the senior men’s title at the crosscountry relays held over the Dunedin Branch Pony Club grounds on Saturday.
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.
Lyn Rance (Green Island) proved again she has little trouble with the transition from rink bowls in the summer months to the indoor version during winter as another stellar indoor season has proved.
Seventy years of history did little to shine a positive light on the annual Peninsula Relay on Saturday.
University of Canterbury runner Oska Inkster-Baynes won the half marathon section of the Dunedin Marathon despite taking three wrong turns.
Following two years he would rather forget on the course, Jonah Smith (Caversham) picked up his second Dunedin Marathon title yesterday.
Matthew Moloney (Wellington Scottish), could well spoil the party for the four "Js" in tomorrow's 41st annual Dunedin Marathon.
Cross-country and road doubles were the order of the day at the Otago road championships on Saturday.
Brian Harvey (Waikiwi) and Brent McEwan (St Clair) proved to be the form players at the Dunedin regional PBA finals at the Dunedin Lawn Bowls Stadium on Sunday.