New Zealand’s Joelle King was beaten in the semifinals of the Tournament of Champions in Grand Central Station in New York yesterday.
Rising sports aerobics star 12-year-old Danica Kramers always makes sure she gets her homework out of the way before a rigorous training session.
Former world discus champion Beatrice Faumuinā has been appointed to the board of Sport New Zealand.
Female athletes dominate the Halberg Award nominations which were announced today, including Otago athletes Courtney Duncan, Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, Alice Robinson and Erika Fairweather.
Taranaki’s Daniel Farr gets some air while competing at the national championships in Dunedin last week. The week-long event attracted 174 competitors from across New Zealand.
A Queenstown ultrarunner last month equalled the record for what is touted as the world’s longest 24-hour race.
The penultimate day of the Health 2000 National Championships has set the stage for the first men’s and women’s champions of the decade to be crowned in Dunedin today.
New Zealand’s men’s squash No2 Campbell Grayson has had a good start at the Tournament of Champions, overcoming Spain’s Edmon Lopez to reach the second round of the PSA Platinum event, held at the...
Lake Hawea 17-year-old biathlon athlete and cross-country skier Campbell Wright has been named New Zealand team flagbearer for the Lausanne 2020 Winter Youth Olympic Games.
Defending champion Billy Stairmand led the charge into the semifinals of the National Surfing Championships, with the final eight surfers determined yesterday.
New Zealand’s elite surfers had the day off while the youngest participants got stuck into the action at the national championships at St Clair Beach in Dunedin yesterday.
Wanaka's growing reputation for fostering multisport champions could well have another chapter added when Emily Wilson lines up for the world championship of multisport Longest Day at the Coast to...