Hammer thrower Mike Scholten was in record-breaking form at the Caledonian on Friday night.
A disrupted build-up did not stop Romain Mirosa claiming his first Southland Marathon title at the weekend.
Jake Paul was the star on the track at the Caledonian on Saturday afternoon.
Alan Hamilton has been coaching a long time, but after 38 years, he is as keen as ever.
It was a successful start to the new season for rising star Atipa Mabonga.
John Bayne is New Zealand 24-hour running national champion.
Double Paralympic gold medallist Liam Malone has his sights set on breaking the national able bodied record and becoming the fastest man in the country over 400 metres.
Wanaka triathlete Nicky Samuels crashed out in the ITU World Series grand final in Cozumel, Mexico yesterday morning.
It was a case of putting the wrong foot forward.
The New Zealand Paralympic team won its 19th medal overnight, after 17-year-old William Stedman stormed to a bronze in the Men's 400m T36.
Official results for the Dunedin marathon should be with competitors early next week, after some long hours put in by the organisers.
For someone who has spent much of the year injured, Tori Peeters has been keeping busy.
Liam Malone has powered to his second gold of the Paralympics by convincingly winning the Men's 400m T44 in Rio this morning.
Otago's Jessica Hamill has claimed bronze in the Shot Put F34 at the Rio Paralympics.
Race organisers hope to have official Dunedin Marathon times available within the next couple of days.
Timaru's Sam Wreford put a seven-month injury enforced layoff behind him to win the half-marathon in commanding style.
The significance of yesterday’s Dunedin Marathon date was not lost on American half-marathon competitor Lisa Corbin, of Colorado.
The past year has been somewhat of an emotional roller-coaster for Dunedin showroom salesman Gerrard Dassen, but completing the quarter marathon helped put everything back into perspective.
Invercargill's Hannah Pascoe was arguably the story of yesterday’s Dunedin Marathon.
A technical meltdown of transponder "reader mats" and issues with a software package tripped up the organisers of the Dunedin Marathon yesterday.