Thursday, 13 February 2014
Open water swimmers named for Pan Pacific Championships
Rotorua’s Kane Radford leads the first group of swimmers to be officially named for August’s Pan Pacific Swimming Championships.
Wednesday, 12 February 2014
Homegrown talent on display at the Avantidrome's first event in Cambridge next month
See live sporting action first-hand when the new Avantidrome hosts its first event, The Elite & U19 Track Nationals, four days of fun-filled exhilaration, speed and action from 13 -16th March.
BikeNZ Elite riders booked in for the Avantidrome REV Cycle Festival next weekend
Cambridge is revving up for a ripper next Saturday with more than 60 elite cyclists from across the country registered to compete for a share of the $10,000 prize purse in one of New Zealand’s Premier One Day races.
7 seconds separate Top 3 in BDO Challenge
The BDO Wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge continued on its way up the North Island today, with riders completing two stages from Palmerston North to Hunterville and then on to Wanganui for the overnight stopover tonight with prize giving at the Velodrome.
Michael Hepburn Wins Tour of Qatar Stage Three Individual Time Trial
Wearing his Australian National Time Trial Champion skinsuit for the first time, Michael Hepburn won the stage three Tour of Qatar individual time trial.
LAMPRE-MERIDA's supremacy has been stopped: Cunego 17th
LAMPRE-MERIDA did not complete the hat trick in Challenge Mallorca, missing the victory in Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana.
Tarawera Ultramarathon 2014 to feature the best endurance running field seen in New Zealand
“This is just getting silly now.”
That’s Kiwi endurance runner, Kerry Suter’s view on the star-studded field for the 2014 Vibram Tarawera Ultramarathon on March 15.
Champions to defend titles at 30th Kellogg's Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand
The 2013 champions Bevan Docherty and Meredith Kessler will defend their crowns at the 30th anniversary of the Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand in Taupo next month.
Tuesday, 11 February 2014
Kiwi Aussi battle looming at GODZone 2014 adventure race
Leading New Zealand and Australian adventure racing teams will be battling it out for line honours in the highly anticipated 3rd Chapter of New Zealand's premier adventure race, GODZone, set to take place from the 7th to 15th March, 2014.
Monday, 10 February 2014
Juddy's Top 10 Predictions
Robin Judkins has spent more than three decades organising New Zealand's favourite race. The Speight's Coast to Coast created adventure sports and most of the world's best have cut their teeth in the 243k world multisport championship race across New Zealand's South Island.
Moffatt, Alexander show class to claim Geelong title
In hot and windy conditions Beijing Olympic bronze medalist Emma Moffatt proved she was a class above the rest of the women's, and some of the men’s, field in today’s IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong, taking the win by more than 13 minutes.
Get amongst the Sprint Warrior sideline action
Those coming to experience the 2014 Skyline Sprint Warrior event from the sidelines will be as much a part of the thrilling race-day action as the riders themselves.
ITU announces 2016 Olympic Games qualification system
Following the recent approval by the IOC Executive Board, the International Triathlon Union (ITU) today released the qualification system for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Pozzato almost in the top 10 in the opening time trial
Despite headwind that blew when he was pedaling on the course, Filippo Pozzato managed to be almost in the top 10 of the first stage of Dubai Tour, that was opened by a 10,1 km time trial on Dubai Downtown roads.
Mayor Celia Wade-Brown rides to the Summit of the Rimutaka Hill Road
The BDO Wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge got underway in testing conditions in Lower Hutt today, with the 160 riders facing conditions more akin to the middle of a winter's storm than a summer's day as they rode to the top of the Rimutaka Hill and then through the Wairarapa to Masterton.
Rev Training Tips for Kids
Tips for kids doing The Rev cycle race.
Friday, 7 February 2014
North Island Bike Ride attracts cross section of 'Real' NZ
This Sunday at 8.00am over 150 bike riders will gather at Lower Hutt Town Hall with a 7 day journey of close to 900km journey stretching out before them, one that will take them through stunning countryside on some of the less travelled roads of the North Island.
Paddison has unfinished business at The Hills
Wellington professional Gareth Paddison has bittersweet memories of the NZ PGA Championship in 2013 at The Hills in Queenstown.
Challenge Family partners with Athletepath
Challenge Family in North America chooses Athletepath's event platform to provide personalized notices and social networking for triathletes and their friends, family and fans
Wednesday, 5 February 2014
World Champs from 7 to 60 plus
There is homegrown talent with world titles to their names lining up at the Rotorua Bike Festival in the heart of New Zealand’s North Island, starting on Friday February 14.
Radford seals selection for Pan Pacific Championships
Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford has cemented his place in the New Zealand team for the Pan Pacific Championships.
Tuesday, 4 February 2014
Ulmer to Christchurch as Young Stars take Centre Stage
The International Track & Field Trust today announced that the charity luncheon on February 21st, preceding the International Track Meet at Christ's College the next day, will be headlined by guest speaker and Olympic gold medallist Sarah Ulmer.
IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong Elite Field Set To Sizzle
A huge crowd is expected to watch some of Australia’s best triathletes go head to head at one of the world’s best courses for both athletes and spectators at IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong.
Make a date with The Rock
The island, affectionately known as 'the rock' has an array of events lined up for 2014 that are as unique and diverse as the island itself.
Making NZ's Toughest Race More Accessible
New Zealand’s icon endurance event is becoming more accessible to more people than ever before as new categories attract a wider range of experience and ability to the race that has always been New Zealand’s challenge of choice.
Holidaying in paradise can be costly – make sure you're covered
In the last year, Southern Cross Travel Insurance (SCTI) has paid out a number of medical evacuation claims including $95,000 for an evacuation from Samoa, $67,000 from Norfolk Island and a whopping $180,000 from New Caledonia.
Juniors step up at Round 9, Burkes Cycles Speed League
Wellington's junior track cyclists took the racing to their senior rivals at round nine of the Burkes Cycles Speed League, Sunday 2 February in Hataitai.
Monday, 3 February 2014
Cooper and Bichard Take Top Gun Honours
After more than three days of the closest mountainbike racing Nelson has seen for some time, Anton Cooper and Meg Bichard claimed the second edition prestige of Top Gun champions.
Alison Shanks Training Tips for the REV
Train with a friend. It's more motivating if you have someone to train with, even better if you're training for the same event.
Reigning champion eyes prize ahead of Abu Dhabi International Triathlon
The elite women's long course at the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon is always hugely competitive and this year is no exception.