Despite a chaotic finish, Aaron Anderson (Ariki) completed the Otago 5000m and 10,000m title double in a calendar year when he won the senior men’s Otago 10,000m title at the Caledonian Ground on Saturday.
An eye for the lead and a stunning turn of speed over the final 300m was all it took for Josh Hou (Hill City-University) to win the historic Ness Cup handicap mile at the Caledonian Ground last night.
Rozie Robinson took another step forward to the 2018 championships in China yesterday, winning the open women’s walk in the half marathon section of the Cadbury Dunedin Marathon.
For talented sportsman Damian Hill, yesterday’s half-marathon was never going to be about victory but of taking part.
She may not have the fame associated with her sister, but second year University of Otago School of Dentistry student Jamie Marra was one of the many features on yesterday’s marathon course.
Kirk Madgwick overcame windy conditions on the walkway to win the Dunedin open men’s half marathon title in 1hr 14min 45sec and clock a personal best over the distance of 1hr 14min 45sec yesterday.
Brazilian couple Edilson Queiroz and Marines Melo were two of the most travelled in making the start line of yesterday’s Cadbury Dunedin Marathon.
Sam McCutcheon (Wellington) pushed his way through some dark moments over the final stages to win his second Dunedin Marathon title yesterday.
It has been two long years, but Dunedin’s Sarah Chisnall made a triumphant return to the podium when she won the open women’s section of the quarter marathon in 47min 37sec.
The Cadbury Dunedin Marathon attracted a field of 1505 Brave and hardy soul across all three distances on the picturesque but wind chill swept Otago Harbour course this morning. Can you spot yourself?
Motherhood has not stopped Dunedin electron microscopist Sharon Lequeux from becoming one of the top five-ranked women in the Dunedin Marathon tomorrow.
It has been two years since he ran over the distance but 2012 Otago Marathon champion Jason Palmer will be one to watch in next weekend’s Dunedin Marathon.
Stafford Thompson (Hill City-University) wrapped up a season of firsts when he secured the senior men’s 10km title at the Otago Road Championships on Saturday.
Lifting the Otago junior cross-country title last Saturday, Dunedin student Sophie Smith gave every indication she is on track to do well at the World Mountain Running Championships in...
History beckons for Oli Chignell (Hill City-University), when he won a third consecutive Edmond Cup Steeplechase open men's title at Wingatui Racecourse on Saturday.
Ray Knox (Leith) is proof that the postman always knocks twice, at least when it comes to Athletics Otago handicap events.
The double booking of the Dunedin Pony Club Grounds on Three Mile Hill has led to the cancellation of this year's Leith cross-country relays, affectionately called the Ponydales.
Superb 1500m running from Jared Monk and Caden Shields bookended a golden performance that saw the Hill City-University No1 team retain the prestigious senior men's Lovelock Relay Trophy at the...