Cyclists and runners set off at the start of the 150km journey from Clyde to Middlemarch as part of the Rail Trail Duathlon on Saturday. More than 300 runners and cyclists took part in the...
After almost a year away from the sport, Anton Cooper showed why he is New Zealand’s best cross-country mountain biker by winning the men’s title at the national championships at the Cardrona ski...
Godzone adventure race team Worst Game of Tag Ever members (from left) Joe Morrison, of Dunedin, Brett Roberts, of Napier, Mark Waldin, of Havelock North, and Carl Neustrosk, of Gisborne, are...
Nerves and nervous eating abounded in Queenstown Bay this morning for the start of the Godzone adventure race.
The Otago-Southland intercity softball tournament begins at Ellis Park today.
The Queenstowner regarded as the best adventure race navigator in the world says this year’s Godzone race is shorter than he expected but will still be a "long race".
Altitude and rocks are tipped to be the big challenges for competitors in this weekend’s Altherm Mountain Bike National Championships at Cardrona Alpine Resort.
Mountain Bike New Zealand will hold a couple of summits over the next few months to air issues and hopefully settle on a path to a new national series next season.
No-one can accuse Brogan Anderson of shirking hard graft.
Lisa Bates might be cursing her husband today.
Take almost 300 people using eight disciplines to traverse 410km of wilderness in seven days and you have one of the world’s most technically challenging adventure races in the world.
Courtney Duncan is about to hit the reset button.
She is only 6, but Alaia Mattingly's an Otago champion.
Seventeen-year-old Queenstown snowboarder Finn Duffy has won a Freeride Junior Tour competition staged at the Austrian resort of Montafon on Sunday.
Not only did Otago multisport athlete Dougal Allan defend his Challenge Wanaka title on Saturday, but he did it in record time.
The final round of the Downhill clubs of New Zealand tour made for some spectacular riding at Signal Hill on Saturday.
Local sportsman Dougal Allan has won the men's Challenge Wanaka title for the second year in a row.
Two lads from towns where softball is not even played have managed to get national call-ups.
A transtasman battle looks to be shaping up in the men’s elite race at Challenge Wanaka tomorrow.
Wanaka skier Sam Lee is charging through his first season on the Freeride World Tour.