The South Island's best young showjumpers were on show at the Taieri A&P Showgrounds yesterday.
Dunedin's Elliott Brown finished third in the under-18 division of the national championships on Saturday.
New Zealand curling is in safe hands for the future, the skips of the teams that recently performed with distinction at the World Junior B Championships say.
Wanaka brothers Jackson and Beau-James Wells are PyeongChang bound.
Wanaka brothers Jackson and Beau-James Wells have been selected to represent New Zealand at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
Otago had a high-scoring opening day at the South Island under-15 tournament in Invercargill yesterday.
The New Zealand under-21 curling teams have had their best ever results at the junior B world championships.
Two Otago athletes are among the final Halberg Award nominees announced yesterday.
Both the New Zealand women and men have achieved their best ever placings at the junior B world championships in Finland.
Wanaka freestyle skier Jossi Wells has withdrawn from the New Zealand team for next month's Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Dunedin's Elliott Brown has made it through to the semifinals after a day of upsets at the national championships in Gisborne.
Some of New Zealand's and the world's most talented young sailors will arrive in Queenstown next week for the O'pen Bic New Zealand Open.
New Zealand - or shall we say Otago - is impressing on the world curling stage.
Dayna Turnbull is ready to stop dodging imaginary opponents and start evading real ones.
A torn ligament is not holding back New Zealand's youngest winter olympian, who says he's "as ready as ever" for this year's games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
It might have taken 20 years but one of Brighton's favourite sons is about to embark on realising a high school dream and become part of the story of the Coast to Coast.
New Zealand paralympian Adam Hall won gold at the last World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup of the year on Saturday, claiming the fastest overall time in the men’s standing slalom in Kuhtai,...
The year has nearly reached the end, so it is an apt time to look back. The Otago Daily Times sports department sifts through some highlights and lowlights.
Adam Hall has ended the year on a high note.
Lucy Matehaere may notice the Australian heat more than most at the Oceania canoe racing championships.