The New Zealand Masters Games have been declared a resounding success as they wrap up for another year in Dunedin.
It was a battle of the titans — or rather, a battle of the Thunderbirds, Ambassadors, Maized and Confused and Aaron’s Team — at yesterday’s Top Team event.
More than 15 staff from Otago Polytechnic’s Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health are leaping at the chance to compete at this year’s Masters Games.
Former athletes Jodi and Markham Brown may have retired from competitive sport, but the Masters Games are a reminder of why the Otago pair began.
New Zealand and Otago cricket identity Warren Lees is in Dunedin this week to shake hands, present medals and basically provide some inspiration for nearly 5000 competitors at the New Zealand...
It is a long way from Alexandra Palace but the darts have been flying at the South Dunedin Town Hall this week.
David Parker lined up in the indoor triathlon at the Masters games yesterday. He was not set on breaking any records. Getting first was not on his agenda.
A chance meeting in Sydney more than a decade ago has led to some transtasman relations being forged on the netball court.
Scrambling (above) for the ball during a Masters Games match is Plainsmen Pearlers player Dave Chambers, while Green Island’s Jono Jamieson looks on from ground level at Logan Park in Dunedin...
Sports minister Grant Robertson walked down memory lane as he officially opened the Masters Games in Dunedin on Saturday night.