Dunedin fighter Brogan Anderson will headline the card at Hammerheads’s fight night at the Edgar Centre this evening.
The Dunedin Gymnastics Academy was in need of a soft landing after a tough year, and that support arrived this week.
Record numbers of competitors have registered for the Otago and Southland provincial powerlifting championships in Dunedin this weekend.
Marshawn Lynch is coming out of retirement after the Seattle Seahawks agreed to trade the running back to his hometown Oakland Raiders.
Thirty-one finalists in six categories have been announced for the Central Otago sports awards.
Much hard work is paying off for the Dunedin Kayak Racing Club.
It was a good Easter weekend for Dunedin surfers.
The demise of the Pirates premier club rugby side came as a shock but not a surprise to the Otago Daily Times sports team.
About seven viable sites remain in the search for a home for a potential indoor sports facility in Oamaru.
Almost 140 people opted to delay consuming chocolate eggs and hot cross buns yesterday until after they crossed the finish line of the 2017 Lake Hayes Easter Triathlon.
What to do about the delayed round of club rugby will be discussed on Wednesday.
A local family’s success has put the Alexandra Shotokan Karate Dojo on the martial arts map with members securing premier titles at a recent national tournament.
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The Queen's High School softball team has come a long way in recent years.
Varsity finally got it done over AU Boys but only just, writes Paul Dwyer.
The Percy’s Fundamental Fun Day held was by Sport Otago at Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday.
Accuracy and relaxation are two things Steven Brewer does well.
Nice work if you can get it. Eight athletes are spending this week in and around the beaches of the South with the none-too-hard task of getting into the water and doing some work.
Southern has started the season with a bang with consecutive wins over Harbour and Zingari, writes Paul Dwyer.
It is the last day of March today and that means sporting minds should switch to the Otago Sports Awards.