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...
It was a case of once bitten twice shy when Dunedin's Stafford Thompson overcame a fast and furious start to win a fifth consecutive and sixth overall open men's title in the 34th edition of...
One of Coast buster Sam Clark’s secret weapons in his success on Saturday was having three-time open women’s champion Emily Miazga in his support crew.
Defending champion Sam Clark (Whakatane) proved a man of his word with a successful mission to retain the world multisport title in the Longest Day section of the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
A spectacular mountain bike crash on the Remarkables Skifield last year has not damaged the competitive spirit of Kat Bulk, as she prepares to tackle her second Longest Day race at today’s Coast to Coast multisport race.
Dunedin's Shannon Edgar takes a handy lead into the second day of competition in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast two-day event.
It was all blood, sweat and appreciation for the greats of multisport when All Black great Richie McCaw finished the 33km mountain-running section of the Coast to Coast yesterday.
This year’s Longest Day race at the Coast to Coast is shaping up to be another real battle and both the open men’s and open women’s titles look too close to call.
Twin brothers Buddy and Albie Small (St Paul’s) featured in the Otago 2000m junior steeplechase championship at the Caledonian Ground on Saturday.
Alexandra athletes Fiona Dowling and Murray Booth are favoured to feature in the 34th annual Coast to Coast early next month.
It is being billed as 12km of running but for those wishing to run the oldest road race in the southern hemisphere next month comes the opportunity to line up against some of the best in the...
There will be a new game in town when the inaugural "Running of the Bulls" takes place somewhere around Dunedin on February 25.