Te Anau is gearing up to host the world's biggest adventure race for the first time next week.
Queestown's Richie Hadlow is odds-on to be named in New Zealand's Commonwealth Games boxing team today.
Czechs have celebrated their nation's first Alpine Olympic gold medal after Ester Ledecka's shock win in the Super-G on borrowed skis in South Korea.
Kath Kelly needed a bit of encouragement to give the Coast to Coast another shot.
A new zone structure for primary sports events in Central Otago will create a stronger pathway for children wanting to be elite athletes, those behind the initiative say.
A world-class field of professional triathletes will battle it out at Challenge Wanaka today in what are expected to be cool conditions.
Alexandra paddler Finn Butcher has been selected in the World Cup squad for this season.
Current triathlon world champion and former Olympic silver medallist Javier Gomez is looking forward to competing in Challenge Wanaka tomorrow and says he has "always liked New Zealand".
Queenstown's Alice Robinson has finished in the top half of the pack competing in the Giant Slalom at the Winter Olympics.
Wanaka's Tony Dodds was happy to fight for his place in the New Zealand Commonwealth Games team.
Shaun White has cemented his legacy as the most successful snowboarder of all time, delivering a stunning routine under massive pressure on the final run of a gripping halfpipe final at the Winter Olympics.
The round bouncy ball has become king.
The New Zealand Masters Games wrapped up yesterday with plenty of pride and panache, and organisers happy with how the nine-day sporting festival ran.
Newly crowned Oceania downhill mountain bike champion Sam Blenkinsop’s race almost come unstuck during the first few corners.
Being crowned a three-time world multisport champion does not make Sam Clark any different from any other boy next door, according to mentor and influential support crew member Emily Miazga.
The Otago under-18 girls side claimed a national title in remarkable circumstances in Auckland yesterday.
Sam Clark’s body may have been aching from head to toe but the thrill of being mentioned alongside a number of multisport legends after winning a third consecutive world championship multisport...
The South African flag was being proudly waved about to rapturous applause when Robyn Owen won the women’s world multisport title in the Longest Day section of the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
Mark Hunt, the veteran UFC heavyweight with so-called "dynamite in his hands", sat, exhausted and dejected, on his stool today after a comprehensive beating by Curtis Blaydes at Perth UFC 221.
Whakatane's Sam Clark demolished the open men's field to record a three-peat on the world championship multisport Longest Day course at the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.