It's golf - just not as we know it.
Javelin thrower Tori Peeters was named University of Otago sportswoman of the year at a blues ceremony earlier this week.
Anna Grimaldi was in pain during the world para-athletics championships in July, but she had no idea she was jumping with a broken foot.
A Wanaka freeskier is leading a team to the tops of the nation’s four skiable volcanoes for an expedition which would make them the first all-female group to do so.
The Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable National Football League team for an 11th consecutive year.
Dunedin skater Lukas Ghidella (9) in action at the New Zealand speed skating championships at the Dunedin Ice Stadium at the weekend.
Leading his heat in the juvenile boys division at the New Zealand speed skating championships at the Dunedin Ice Stadium yesterday is Adam White, followed by Jessley Yee with Aryan Walimbe next.
It has been a long time since Otago has had a national softball representative, but this year it has two.
The death of Australian Olympic sprinting star Betty Cuthbert sparked an interest for Dunedin reader Jim Sprague.
One of sports coaching’s best minds has been imparting his knowledge to coaches, parents and sporting leaders in Dunedin this week.
Tearing down an ice track at high speed might not be everyone's idea of fun but it is something Ella Molteno loves.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association (OSSSA), which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.
Usually, children follow their dads into representative jumpers.
Wanaka endurance athlete Braden Currie won the Ironman 70.3 Santa Cruz event in the United States yesterday, giving himself a big confidence boost for a far bigger challenge next month.
Some 40 athletes took part in the 2017 NABBA South Island Bodybuilding championships at Kings’ High School, Dunedin, on Saturday.
It is hard to separate Wanaka’s Wells brothers from freeskiing in New Zealand. Tim Miller talked to the brothers and their father/coach Bruce about how they’re tracking, with the Winter Olympics just five months away.
American and Japanese competitors dominated the qualifying rounds of the men’s and women’s snowboard halfpipe world cup at Cardrona Ski Field yesterday.
One of the biggest names set to compete at the Winter Games has had to pull out because of injury.
Home conditions played into the hands of the New Zealand competitors at The North Face Frontier two-star freeride competition at the Remarkables skifield yesterday.
With the Winter Olympics only five months away, two young New Zealand Olympic hopefuls have got their build-up to the Games off to an almost perfect start.