Brent Matehaere has made a switch not too many would turn down.
Southern Steel netballer Kate Heffernan joined a special club when she made her debut for the Silver Ferns recently.
Racing across the Upper Waiau River in a time trial near Te Anau on Saturday are driver Steve Rapsey and navigator Adam Clement, of Ashburton.
The Snow Sports New Zealand annual awards winners were announced digitally yesterday due to Covid-19 Level 2 restrictions.
Sports reporter Adrian Seconi asked the region’s prominent sports teams what percentage of their players and staff were vaccinated, and if they were encouraging the jab.
The goal posts are gone. The fences and bases are in place. It is one of the surest signs winter is on its way out and summer is — hopefully — approaching.
In a bid to preserve the event’s future, the Commonwealth Games Federation has decided to drop the number of compulsory sports from 16 to two - athletics and swimming - in 2026.
All those hours spent pounding the pavement in preparation for the Dunedin Marathon this year will go unrewarded.
Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard has been named University of Otago sportswoman of the year at the Blues awards earlier this week.
‘‘You couldn’t script that’’. How often do you hear that phrase uttered after the latest extraordinary/miraculous/dramatic moment in sport?
UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya is making the best move for his career - leaving New Zealand to set himself up in the United States.
Kereyn Smith has come a long way. In the coming months, she will end her 11-year spell as chief executive and secretary-general of the New Zealand Olympic Committee. Hayden Meikle tracks her down for a chat.
Five Wanaka and Queenstown-based snowsports athletes have been named in the first group of athletes selected for the Beijing Winter Olympics in February.