Alice Robinson could add another discipline to her repertoire next season.
Potential New Zealand Olympic mixed triathalon team relay event competitors converged on Wanaka over the weekend as part of the New Zealand Secondary School Triathlon Championships.
Variety was the order of the day at the Spirited Women All Women’s adventure race in Central Otago on Saturday.
Wanaka home-town favourite Braden Currie blitzed the course at the Challenge Wanaka at the weekend, winning the race for a second consecutive year.
Queenstown's Alpine Skiing sensation Alice Robinson has won her second World Cup Giant Slalom of the season with two stunning runs at Kranjska Gora in Slovenia.
Hundreds of women are set to clock up plenty of kilometres today while traversing Central Otago by foot, bike and kayak.
The best of the past year in New Zealand sport will be recognised at the Halberg Awards tonight. Jeff Cheshire looks at who may emerge victorious.
More girls are playing sport than boys in Otago — as a percentage — as the province increases its secondary school participation rates.
The number four proved a lucky one for Corrinne O’Donnell, as she won the open women’s one-day event at the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
There were tears and heartbreak for Wanaka’s defending world champions of multisport in the Coast to Coast Longest Day on Saturday.
The New Zealand Masters Games have been declared a resounding success as they wrap up for another year in Dunedin.
Whakatane's Sam Clark returned to the Coast to Coast to win his fourth elite men's Longest Day titles, a title he described as his best yet.
Defending champion Dougal Allan, of Wanaka, has a 9min deficit to make up on race leader and three-time champion Whakatane's Sam Clark coming off the alpine section of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
It was a battle of the titans — or rather, a battle of the Thunderbirds, Ambassadors, Maized and Confused and Aaron’s Team — at yesterday’s Top Team event.