There were some epic encounters on the first day of competition at the North East Valley Invitational Singles yesterday.
There is little doubt New Zealand development squad member Seamus Curtin will be one to watch over the weekend when play gets under way in the 28th edition of the North East Valley 10,000 this...
The recent birth of his daughter Zoe proved an added incentive for Dunedin’s Nic Bathgate.
Commonwealth Games singles gold medallist Aaron Wilson (Australia) heads a strong field in the North East Valley 10,000 Invitational Singles.
The Brent McEwan-skipped four proved an unstoppable force in the Forsyth Barr Optional Mixed Fours at Dunedin Lawn Bowls Stadium on Sunday.
Megan Webb and daughter Harriet George were just two inspiring examples of the 1917 entrants in this year’s Dunedin Marathon events.
Sam Wreford (Timaru) put in a late entry and then ran away with the New Zealand half marathon title in Dunedin yesterday.
Romain Mirosa was full of praise for the support of his wife and young family after his victory in the Dunedin Marathon yesterday.
Michael Stewart never tires of a marathon — even though he has run more than 500 of them.
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.
Girl power was to the fore when the Caversham No5 team took line honours in the annual Peninsula Relay on Saturday.
She has taken her love for walking to four of the world's seven continents, but running the Dunedin Marathon in two weeks will be something Dunedin's Anna Clere will be able to tick off her bucket...
Duane White (Forbury Park) brought his "A" game to the Bowls Dunedin Stadium rinks on Saturday to win the Dunedin regional World Indoor Singles, and book a ticket to the national final in Hastings...
It is finals weekend and Phil Austin’s match-up with Duane White in the Dunedin regional semifinals of the PBA World Indoor Singles today promises to be a match befitting a final.
In a life before family, Joanne Rowe ran in more marathons than she can remember.
When the semifinalists were found late on Sunday evening for the Dunedin region ranking singles of the PBA, all the big names had fallen, setting up the prospect of an all-Kaikorai final.
Caleb Hope (Gore) hit his straps to become a worthy early favourite to win the Dunedin regional qualifying round of the International Singles next weekend.
The concept of opening entries earlier and delaying the cut-off time for late entries to the Dunedin Marathon is proving fruitful for organisers as they prepare for this year’s event.