Wānaka has again provided the winners of the premier races in the Coast to Coast.
The weather held off long enough for Wanaka’s Simone Maier to win a fifth Longest Day title in the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
Wanaka has another champion to add to its impressive stable of elite athletes after Hamish Elliott won the world championship of multisport, the Coast to Coast Longest Day, on Saturday.
Aaron Gate added to his array of titles to claim the Cycling New Zealand elite road title in Timaru on Saturday.
Dunedin's coastguard had to come to the aid of an international sailor in need of a pitstop in the middle of a race.
Twenty-one year old Auckland rider Ella Wyllie claimed the 2024 UCI Elite Road Championship in Timaru yesterday.
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Trying to stay upright on the paddle stage is the goal for Dunedin paramedic Courtney Hawke as she attempts to win the open women's two-day individual title at the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
Veteran athletes were pedalling hard in Dunedin on Wednesday morning, although their bikes remained firmly fixed in one position.
Simone Maier may be the top-ranked competitor at the Coast to Coast but the Wanaka multisport great knows that can count for little on race day.
Wānaka freeskiers Luca Harrington and Ben Barclay have performed well at the latest round of the FIS freeski slopestyle world cup in California.