On a temporarily constructed downtown runway, New Zealand's pole-vaulting sweetheart Eliza McCartney prepared to launch herself skyward.
A 66-year-old record fell at yesterday’s John McGlashan College athletics sports.
Dunedin athletes shone at the national decathlon and heptathlon championships at the Caledonian Ground over the weekend.
While the athletes were the stars of the show at Challenge Wanaka on Saturday, there were thousands of others who helped them cross the finish line.
Schools have the chance to play a big part in this year’s Stadium to Surf event — with a big carrot at the finish line.
There is going to be running, throwing, leaping and jumping in Dunedin this weekend — all in the good name of competition.
There is no shortage of runners on the many tracks in the Upper Clutha, but not many have two Olympic medals in their trophy cabinet.
There is no time to rest for Dunedin javelin thrower Tori Peeters.
Spikes won out over bare feet in an intriguing 5000m Otago championships at the Caledonian Ground on Saturday.
Olympic medalists Tom Walsh and Eliza McCartney have produced meet records in their specialist events with their first competitive outings of the season at Hamilton's Porritt Classic.
Russian runner Maria Savinova has been stripped of her 2012 Olympic gold medal for doping, putting Caster Semenya in line to become a two-time champion.
The Stadium to Surf event is not just about running or walking.
The governing body of world athletics (IAAF) has put an immediate stop to changes of nationality by athletes, saying the system has become open to abuse and rules are being manipulated.
Twin brothers Buddy and Albie Small (St Paul’s) featured in the Otago 2000m junior steeplechase championship at the Caledonian Ground on Saturday.
They help run the sport and now they are going to run for the sport.
Two Otago athletes are preparing to match up against the world’s best.
Two-time Olympian and professional triathlete Nicky Samuels has today announced that she will be retiring from international triathlon to prepare for the arrival of her first child.
Twins Joccoaa and Leonie Palmer took their battle down to the wire at the Caledonian Ground yesterday.
Twelve kilometres of running ended in a three-way sprint to the finish.
British Olympic champion Mo Farah condemned US President Trump's curbs on immigrants and visitors.