Dougal Allan will carry the favouritism tag on his shoulders as the Coast to Coast longest day event starts tomorrow.
Coast to Coast
A pact with his support crew has Twizel builder Craig Lay returning to the Coast to Coast course this year to contest the Longest Day alongside some of the world’s elite multisport athletes.
It may have been one hell of a year, but Te Anau’s Claire Bell plans to lay a bag of demons to rest when she lines up for third crack at the Longest Day section in this year’s Kathmandu Coast to...
There were tears and heartbreak for Wanaka’s defending world champions of multisport in the Coast to Coast Longest Day on Saturday.
After a year away, Sam Clark made a storming return to win the Coast to Coast event on Saturday.
The number four proved a lucky one for Corrinne O’Donnell, as she won the open women’s one-day event at the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
Whakatane's Sam Clark returned to the Coast to Coast to win his fourth elite men's Longest Day titles, a title he described as his best yet.
One of multisport’s most respected campaigners, Dougal Allan is favoured to lift a second world championship Longest Day title at the Coast to Coast tomorrow.
Wanaka athletes appear to like winning the Coast to Coast together.
Elina Ussher is lining up in her 14th straight Coast to Coast looking for her fifth victory but she is facing some tough competition.
Dual World Cup-winning All Black captain Richie McCaw heads an impressive list of race ambassadors for this year's Coast to Coast.
For some, No 13 is one to fear - but Wanaka's Dougal Allan would like nothing better than to celebrate 13 years of multisport with victory in the Longest Day at the Coast to Coast.
Kashi Leuchs should not have any problem with the two-wheels racing on the Coast to Coast - it is the other legs which may be more of a worry.
James Munro was applying for the Elite Motorsport Academy New Zealand - now he has swapped horsepower for manpower.
Wanaka's Bob McLachlan lived up to the tag of dark horse when he finished second in the world multisport championship Longest Day event of the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
Victory in the prestigious Longest Day section of the Coast to Coast was special for Whakatane's Sam Clark, but it was also something to savour for his father, Bill Clark.
Wanaka's Braden Currie celebrated back-to-back Longest Day titles at the Coast to Coast on Saturday.
Balclutha police constable Craig Gordon replaced a precious possession on Saturday.
Canterbury's Brendon Vercoe backed up his Friday efforts with telling kayak and bike stages on Saturday to win the open men's two-day individual section of the Coast to Coast.
Christchurch physiotherapist Brendon Vercoe drew inspiration from his patients at a spinal unit to take first-day honours in the two-day section of the Speight's Coast to Coast yesterday.