Richard Fogarty (Hill City-University) overcame pre-race doubts as to his fitness when he ran out a comfortable winner of the Barnes Cross-country open men’s title at Kettle Park yesterday.
Paul Everett (St Clair) bounced back from a first-set drubbing to win the final of the PBA Dunedin Region National Ranking Singles at the Dunedin Bowls Stadium yesterday.
It took a full count on the sixth end of the first set for Andrew Kelly (Canterbury Bowling Club) to hit his straps, but from then on there was no going back, as he ran away with the Dunedin’s...
Promising bowler Caleb Hope is one of several young and talented bowlers expected to make their mark at this weekend's PBA competition at the Dunedin Bowls Stadium.
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.
Hill City-University made it a hat-trick of dual senior titles in the annual Lovelock Relay meeting at the University of Otago Oval on Saturday.
A successful summer season for Malia Tavite (Forbury Park) was topped off when she was awarded the Millie Khan Memorial Trophy for woman bowler of the year at last night’s Bowls Dunedin...
A night of memories and reflection filled the room at the St Clair Bowling Club's 125th jubilee dinner on Saturday night.
No strangers to national and international competition, Carolyn Crawford and Brent McEwan head a long list of past and present members who will gather to celebrate the 125th jubilee of the St Clair...
James Munro was applying for the Elite Motorsport Academy New Zealand - now he has swapped horsepower for manpower.
Being crowned a three-time world multisport champion does not make Sam Clark any different from any other boy next door, according to mentor and influential support crew member Emily Miazga.
Sam Clark’s body may have been aching from head to toe but the thrill of being mentioned alongside a number of multisport legends after winning a third consecutive world championship multisport...
The South African flag was being proudly waved about to rapturous applause when Robyn Owen won the women’s world multisport title in the Longest Day section of the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
Whakatane's Sam Clark demolished the open men's field to record a three-peat on the world championship multisport Longest Day course at the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
The Kingston Flyer is back — in the form of Kingston athlete Tony Phillips, who stole a commanding lead on the first day of the two-day Coast to Coast yesterday
One of the strongest women’s fields in the event’s 35-year history looks set to contest the world championships multisport crown which starts at 6am today.
The recent spell of warm weather will pale in comparison to the heat at the head of both the men's and women's fields of this year's Coast to Coast, starting on Kumara Beach tomorrow morning.
It was a battle of the northern and southern hemispheres, a battle of the Smiths and a battle of attrition, but in the end, in this year’s Port Road Race, held yesterday, there was only one winner,...
Lee Allan plans to head for the hills during his honeymoon next week.
Dunedin man Scott Payne does not look far from home for inspiration for next month’s Coast to Coast.