Athletes hopped, skipped and jumped their way through the New Zealand combined events championships at the Caledonian Ground, in Dunedin, at the weekend.
Shot putter Tom Walsh will headline the largest New Zealand team to compete at the world indoor championships in Glasgow next month.
Only time will tell whether marathoner Kelvin Kiptum was a generational superstar or just the latest hugely talented product of the East African running production line to benefit from shoe technology.
Sprint star Zoe Hobbs opened her 2024 campaign in style by scorching to victory in 11.39sec in the women’s 100m final to light up the 25th anniversary edition of the Potts Classic in Hastings on...
Two more southern runners have been named in the New Zealand cross-country team for the world championships.
Sunshine, drizzle, smiles, medals and even scholarships - the South Island Colgate Games had it all.
The fact it was his birthday proved only an afterthought as winning the Dick Tayler 10,000m and his first New Zealand track title took priority for Rotorua runner Michael Voss.
North Harbour Bays clubmates Anneke Arlidge and Brigid Dennehy were inspired by greatness on Saturday.
Holly Robinson might not have got her start at the Colgate Games, but she is helping pave the way for others.
Runners, jumpers and throwers of all ages were out in force for the last Athletics Otago club meeting of the year at the Caledonian Ground on Saturday.
A trio of Otago athletes nabbed four golds and two national records at the national track and field championships at the weekend.
It was six of the best for Daniel Jones as he and Katie Morgan successfully defended their Kepler Challenge mountain running titles in Te Anau on Saturday.
The age-old sporting rivalry between Otago and Southland was to the fore in the historic Ness Cup mile race on Saturday.