These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.
Challenge Wanaka is again set to host the National Aquabike championships.
Clinton recorded a hard fought 22-17 home win over Lawrence on Saturday. It was an even contest and the team that made the fewest mistakes took the points. The home side led 10-7 at halftime.
Valley continued its rising form, moving to third equal in Citizens Shield rugby.
Upper Clutha sits at the top of the table after the latest round of Central Otago Premier rugby.
A big season has ended in success for the South Coast Boardriders.
When Lucy Strack was gliding across the water, she never thought she would be lining up in multisport’s ultimate race.
The Pioneer Mountain Bike Stage race has reached capacity.
Is it the weather?
Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. was arrested on Thursday and charged with kidnapping, rape, forcible sodomy and oral copulation, residential burglary and indecent exposure, according to the San Diego County Sheriff's department.
Josh Homersham's first year as an Olympic-style weightlifter was a successful one - now he is looking for a repeat of that.
Wanaka multisport athlete Braden Currie was in disbelief after breaking the course record to win the Ironman Asia-Pacific Championship in Cairns over the weekend.
The Old Boys rugby bubble popped for the first time since last July when it was outplayed by Valley, losing 46-36 at Weston.
Otago may just have its own karate kid in Holly Wigg.
The Dunedin Thunder was hoping to keep out of the penalty box in an effort to upset the Botany Swarm.
Southern Steel's unbeaten 2017 campaign scooped three more prizes for the mantelpiece last night at the Southland Sports Awards.
Wanaka athlete Braden Currie will line up in the Ironman Cairns tomorrow, knowing his performance may dictate plans for the rest of the year.
These articles are compiled by the Otago Secondary Schools Sports Association, which is proudly sponsored by Perpetual Guardian.
Paddlers in a mixed grade 10km race take to the water on Saturday during the Fire and Ice Outrigger Canoe Club’s annual IceBreaker Waka Ama Regatta.
Dame Susan Devoy believes the future of high performance squash in New Zealand hinges on the sport being accepted into the Olympics.