Former Otago pitcher Ben Watts has been chosen for the Black Sox.
Dunedin softballer Mitchell Finnie has made the first cut in becoming a New Zealand star in the other game played on a diamond.
Competitors from the Dunedin Gymnastics Academy competed with success at last weekend’s South Island Championships in Timaru.
The rules of engagement have changed for coaches. Sports writer Adrian Seconi looks at how the role has evolved over the past 25 years.
We have only won the Super Rugby title once and the Chatham Cup last visited these shores nigh on 20 years ago. So thank goodness for the women.
The New Zealand Winter Games wrapped up in style at Cardrona on Saturday, thanks to a breathtaking performance from birthday boy Chris Corning, of the United States, in the snowboard world cup big...
The 2018 Winter Games were officially declared closed on Saturday afternoon at Cardrona with a flag parade, waiata and kapa haka performance from members of the Mount Aspiring College and Wanaka...
It was a day to remember for Wanaka freeskier Finn Bilous at the finals of the freeski big air world cup, as the teen secured a world cup podium berth for the first time in his career on his home mountain of Cardrona.
Are our athletes so precious now they have to call in the players association every time they get a bit of critical feedback?
Two unlikely Kiwis successfully battled it out with some of the world's best in the big air world cup yesterday at Cardrona, to qualify for the finals, to be held today and tomorrow.
Queenstowner's Blake Marshall put on a show to win the men's ski title at the four-star freeride event at The Remarkables yesterday.
The United States dominated the cross-country skiing freestyle sprint at Snow Farm yesterday, part of the Winter Games.
You might not be able to eat your way to success but Chiefs dietitian Dane Baker says nutrition is an increasingly important component in high-performance sport.
Wanaka freeskier Nico Porteous was crowned the junior world champion in men's freeski halfpipe yesterday at his home mountain of Cardrona.
He is the forgotten man of February's Winter Olympics, but some strong performances from Carlos Garcia-Knight in the big air world cup at Cardrona could bring him to the forefront of everyone's minds.