Hornby High School martial artist Enzo Mediavillo,13, is on track to reach his dream of becoming a pro on the international jiu-jitsu circuit.
When Rolleston College rugby player Shaun Kempton pulls on the black jersey for the first time, he knows his father would have been proud.
St Andrew’s and St Bede’s colleges made the Federation and Rankin Cup hockey finals respectively for the first time.
After months of hard work, three young Canterbury riders can finally show off the big jumps they've built at their local bike park.
Defending national champs Christchurch Girls’ High will look to topple rivals Southland Girls’ High when they meet in the South Island rugby final on Saturday.
Wild weather couldn’t dampen the spirits of the 11 Christchurch rowers at the under-19 world rowing championships in France.
It’s set to be a clash of the titans when Prebbleton and Waihora face off for the third time this season in the Coleman Shield final on Saturday.
Christchurch Boys’ High and St Thomas of Canterbury College will clash in a much-anticipated Miles Toyota Premiership semi-final on Saturday.
With the pinnacle of high school rowing less than two weeks away, Christchurch crews are making their final preparations for the Maadi Cup regatta. Jaime Cunningham looks at the top contenders.
A basketball tournament tomorrow night is one of several fundraising events to get the Hornby High senior boys A side to the national champs.
Promising young Christchurch boxer Bobby Brown is on track to make the Youth Olympics after his latest win.
Wave height and the sea temperature weren’t the only noticeable differences between Sumner and Playa el Sunzal for talented teenage surfer Jack Tyro.
Two of NZ's most successful first XVs will face off this weekend when Nelson College host Christchurch Boys’ High on Saturday.
Christ's College's adoption of a Pacific garment into its uniform has been described as a step in the right direction.
A talented Christchurch boxer is hoping his plans to fight for NZ overseas this year don't cop a knockout blow, financially.
Canterbury Rowing Club members will finally be able to celebrate the club's 160th anniversary this weekend.
An ultra-talented cyclist and sailor reigned supreme on the roads of Hokitika and off Napier’s coastline recently and can now reset their sporting goals for further afield.
Shaylah Sayers’ stunning introduction to cycling has continued with the Papanui High School student completing another clean sweep in her first competitive outings on the road.
This is what Mt Pleasant Primary School's new all-purpose sports turf will look like when it’s finished - the problem is $25,000 is still needed to complete it.