Up and coming junior athlete Sarah Langsbury (Ariki) gave witness to what looks like a promising future in track and field at the Otago track and field championships over the weekend.
It was the multisport equivalent of the Stags’ Ranfurly Shield victory over Canterbury in 2009, when the Sport Southland team won an interprovincial challenge in the two-day section of the...
It has been a decade in the making, but victory in the Coast to Coast Longest Day proved a defining moment for Wanaka’s Dougal Allan.
It was third time lucky for Simone Maier as she completed a Wanaka double in winning the open women’s Longest Day title of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast on Saturday.
Wanaka's Dougal Allan made a successful return to elite multisport racing when he won the open men's world championship crown to go with the Longest Day title in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast yesterday.
A strong run down to Klondyke set Sam Bell up for first day honours in the open men’s category of the Coast to Coast yesterday.
There was no escaping the draw of Richie McCaw as he and tandem team-mate Rob Nicol completed their first day of competition at Klondyke Corner yesterday.
For some, No 13 is one to fear - but Wanaka's Dougal Allan would like nothing better than to celebrate 13 years of multisport with victory in the Longest Day at the Coast to Coast.
Dual World Cup-winning All Black captain Richie McCaw heads an impressive list of race ambassadors for this year's Coast to Coast.
Kashi Leuchs should not have any problem with the two-wheels racing on the Coast to Coast - it is the other legs which may be more of a worry.
While for some the milestone of 60-years-old may call for a celebratory malt, for Simon Brackstone it will be the highways and byways traversing the 243km Coast to Coast.
The golden run of national PBA pair's champions Helen Carman and Mario Sopp ended in section play of the World Bowls Tour's World Indoor Championships at the Potter's Leisure Resort in Norfolk,...
Once is never enough, so Dunedin project manager Richard Campbell is returning for a second crack at the Coast to Coast.
Bowls New Zealand Summer of Bowls appears to have lodged what is hoped to be a permanent listing on its event calendar with the staging of the inaugural South Island Open Fours, held at the Taieri...
The Havelock-Marlborough Makos completed a clean sweep of the inaugural South Island Open Fours at Taieri Bowling Club yesterday.
Dunedin exercise consultant Sommer O'Shea will be inspired by someone very close to the heart when she lines up in the Coast to Coast in February.
Back in early February, former Highlander and Otago rugby representative Lee Allan needed a nurse to help him through the 243km Longest Day Coast to Coast course.
The Fairfield pair of John Latimer and Roger Barron emerged victorious from a pressure-cooker final of the Dunedin Centre open men's pairs at Outram on Tuesday night.