Columba College’s Lila Rhodes runs in the junior girls grade of the Caversham Relays on Thursday.
Two badminton players have been selected to represent New Zealand at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games in July.
Yes, Covid finally wormed its devious way into The Last Word’s household, and what an unpleasant experience it has been.
When Felipe Aguirre left the ice last year, it would have seemed unlikely he would return this year as a coach.
It is only week four of the term but already there has been so much action happening with most winter sport competitions now up and running around the region.
A fired-up Mohamed El Shorbagy beat New Zealand’s world No1 Paul Coll in the semifinals of the World Squash Championships in Cairo yesterday.
Sometimes it's the people behind the scenes who clear the way for sporting success. Reporter Simon Henderson talks to Dave Mclean, who knows how to make a clean sweep for cross-country runners.
The world’s most prestigious tennis tournament is on a collision course with the sport's global governing bodies after Wimbledon had its ranking points stripped for excluding players from Russia and Belarus.
New Zealand star Paul Coll triumphed after a two-hour battle against Egyptian Tarek Momen in the quarterfinals of the world championships outdoors in Cairo yesterday.
Otago Girls’ High School’s Catherine Lund (left) and St Hilda’s Collegiate’s Zara Geddes compete in the Otago secondary schools Logan Park Road Race on Tuesday afternoon.
A young skater who honed her craft on Dunedin ice has overcome some obstacles to get within sight of the world championships next year.
A Lincoln drone racer nicknamed 'Shrimpy Boy' has achieved his dream of joining an elite European Champions League team.
New Zealanders Joelle King and Paul Coll both recorded wins in the second round of the world championships in Cairo yesterday.
Some talented youngsters — and one very familiar masters player — will be in action at the South Island quadrangular tournament in Dunedin this weekend.