Several Otago crews performed well before high winds disrupted proceedings at the Maadi Cup yesterday.
Queenstown jet-boat driver Regan Williamson was averaging over 200kmh at times over the weekend but it was still not enough to win the Otago Rivers race.
NAKA freeskier Finn Bilous achieved a career-best result with a fifth-place finish at the Slopestyle World Cup in Seiser Alm, Italy, over the weekend.
Wanaka paralympic skier Adam Hall ought to be on top of the world after claiming gold in the men's slalom. And he is absolutely near the top - no question. But there is also a touch of sadness.
Back for its seventh year this weekend, the Northburn 100 ultramarathon is one of the most extreme races in New Zealand, if not the world.
The fear of high winds turning racing boats into flying boats forced organisers to cancel the first leg of the Otago Rivers Jet Boat Race in Balclutha yesterday.
The summer of multisport is not over just yet.
Volleyball is taking off in southern schools and is fast running out of court space.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.
The St Kilda Surf Life Saving club came out on top at the South Island IRB championships at Warrington Beach on Saturday.
After a break of nearly four years, the Laughton sisters are getting back in the boat.
Torpedo7 has won the Dunedin corporate and secondary schools team triathlon.
The winners of the first Godzone to be hosted in Te Anau have called the result ''surreal''.
Erika Fairweather has led the way for St Clair at the national under-14 surf life-saving championships.
Motivation must have been running high for Dodgers on Saturday.
You often hear of children following their parents into sports — but Graeme Evans has done the opposite.
A trophy honouring one of Otago softball's greatest figures will be resurrected on Saturday.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association, which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.
A record-breaking number of four-person adventure racing teams to compete in New Zealand representing the widest geographical spread of countries are in Te Anau for tomorrow's start of the first...
Australia's James Kohler and Queenstown's Kerryn Bell were the first runners to cross the finish line on the shores of Lake Ohau on day 2 of New Zealand’s first staged ultra run.