Let it rain, let it rain, let it reign.
Rising stars are not meant to run last in Wingatui jumpouts, but that is exactly what happened yesterday.
Ben Herring knew when it was time to come home.
New Zealand will send eight fighters to April's Commonwealth Games, including reigning gold medallist David Nyika.
Super Rugby is not a sprint. Nor is it a marathon.
You have been warned. Get your tickets to the Black Caps' one-day international against England on March 7 now or risk missing out.
All eyes are on Mount Aspiring College pupil Zoi Sadowski-Synnott yesterday as her schoolmates at the college watch on TV as she drops in for her final run.
Otago is unlikely to feature any new faces when its resumes its Plunket Shield campaign next week.
The steady rehabilitation of Todd Astle and ginger knee of Mitch Santner have reopened the Black Caps' ODI door to Ish Sodhi.
Otago's Brad Evans has made a surprise return to the track and he has a national bronze medal to show for it.
New Zealand's speed skaters have backed their race tactics after finishing fourth in the team pursuit at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang yesterday.
The New Zealand Open has welcomed some rising stars but has also lost some big names.
Stephen Kearney spent 2017 taking stock of the Warriors - warts and all - and plotting a gradual path to the NRL summit.
Peter Fowler was wasting no time yesterday in preparing for a big golfing weekend in the South.
How's that for a switch backside 900 with a stalefish grab?
Breakers stalwart Kirk Penney will bring a storied and well-travelled basketball career to a close in the coming months.
A huge day for Wanaka athletes at PyeongChang yesterday left the Otago town feeling extremely proud.
No sooner have rivers dropped back to a good fishing level than they are rising again, and it will be quite a few days until they drop.
Highlanders co-captain Ben Smith is hoping his new nickname won't stick. After chipping a tooth in a preseason match against the Waratahs, his teammates decided with the new season would come a new moniker for the fullback.
Wanaka-based Olympian Nico Porteous has revealed he had to overcome debilitating nerves to claim a famous bronze medal at the Winter Games.