Saturday, 11 February 2017
Storming finish lands Clarke back to back Kathmandu Coast to Coast wins
Defending champion Whakatane’s Sam Clark, stormed home in stunning fashion to win this year’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast Longest Day, crossing the line in a time of 11 hours two minutes.
Friday, 10 February 2017
Youngster Cameron Jones Stamps Authority on Kathmandu Coast to Coast
Sixteen year-old, Cameron Jones, is off to a flying start in this year’s Kathmandu Coast to Coast after dominating the first leg of the two-day event that started today on the South Island’s West Coast.
All Black legend Richie McCaw joins wife Gemma in Kathmandu Coast to Coast
All Black Legend Richie McCaw was a late entry in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast, joining his wife Gemma in the 30 kilometre mountain running event today.
Wednesday, 8 February 2017
More entries, more depth and some inspiring personal stories has Ussher excited about Kathmandu Coast to Coast
More entries, more depth and some inspiring personal stories has Kathmandu Coast to Coast Director Richard Ussher very excited about this year’s event.
Thursday, 2 February 2017
South African champion says competing in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast is a dream come true
South African endurance athlete Robyn Owen says competing in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast is the dream of many adventure and multisport athletes all over the world.
Tuesday, 31 January 2017
Guinness Book of World Records holder taking on Kathmandu Coast to Coast on stand up paddle board
The Guinness Book of World Records holder for the fastest man to paddle a bathtub one hundred meters can’t wait to tackle the Waimakariri River on a stand up paddle board while competing in the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
Tuesday, 24 January 2017
Taking the long way to the Kathmandu Coast to Coast
While most ease off with their training as the Kathmandu Coast to Coast gets closer, one group from the far north of New Zealand is taking on a 1700 kilometre journey cycling and kayaking to get to the iconic event.
Thursday, 19 January 2017
Leave No Trace at the Kathmandu Coast to Coast
'Clean, green and left just the way they found it', these are aims for the iconic Kathmandu Coast to Coast multi-sport race as it becomes the first event in the country to join forces with Leave No Trace New Zealand.
Tuesday, 10 January 2017
Kathmandu Coast to Coast shaping up as most competitive in the event's history
The Kathmandu Coast to Coast longest day World Championship field is shaping up as the most competitive ever in the event’s 33 year history.
Wednesday, 4 January 2017
Dual Australian Olympian enters Kathmandu Coast to Coast
Two-time Australian Olympian Courtney Atkinson will undertake a 243 kilometre journey from one side of New Zealand to the other next month in his first attempt at the Kathmandu Coast to Coast World Championship event.
Thursday, 22 December 2016
Fresh challenge for Rio Olympian Dawson at Kathmandu Coast to Coast
Looking for a fresh challenge after the Rio Olympics Tauranga paddler Mike Dawson has entered the Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
Thursday, 17 November 2016
Company using Kathmandu Coast to Coast for team building and to see rebuild
One of New Zealand's largest structural steel company’s D&H Steel Construction Ltd and sister company Clearwater Construction Ltd is using the Kathmandu Coast to Coast not only as an opportunity for team building, but also to see the Christchurch rebuild work many of its Auckland staff have been involved with.
Wednesday, 16 November 2016
Kathmandu Coast to Coast joins forces with Cube bikes
The Kathmandu Coast to Coast is joining forces with leading German bike brand Cube.
Monday, 7 November 2016
Currie wants to add to his Kathmandu Coast to Coast titles
Wanaka endurance athlete Braden Currie wants to add to his three Kathmandu Coast to Coast titles, confirming he will be on the start line in February after missing this year’s event as he chased an Olympic Triathlon spot.
Wednesday, 21 September 2016
Students Win Leg-up for Kathmandu and Coast to Coast
A group of Whakatane students have won the ultimate prize to help them on their race to the Kathmandu Coast to Coast start line while a team of Christchurch students have won the ultimate leg-up on their journey to the event's start line.
Thursday, 16 June 2016
Kathmandu to help school teams race to the Coast to Coast start line
Nominations for young, aspiring athletes now open
Kathmandu is encouraging high schools and sports clubs nationwide to nominate a three-person team for the chance to receive the ultimate package for New Zealand's leading multi-sport event - the 2017 Kathmandu Coast to Coast.
Tuesday, 14 June 2016
Young sports star wins Kathmandu Coast to Coast race entry
Current New Zealand cross country Under 17 mountain bike champion Cameron Jones was the happy winner of a free entry into the 2017 Kathmandu Coast to Coast, won at last week’s 3D Rotorua Multisport Festival.
Wednesday, 27 April 2016
Kathmandu Coast to Coast to help boost tourism numbers in Canterbury
New Zealand is renowned globally as a playground for outdoor-adventure enthusiasts, and the world-leading multi-sport race is putting Christchurch and Canterbury in the spotlight.
Tuesday, 12 April 2016
Kathmandu Climbs Onboard with Coast to Coast - The two biggest names in adventure have joined forces to put race on the global map
New Zealand’s most iconic multi-sport race, Coast to Coast, will now be called the Kathmandu Coast to Coast with the announcement that the leading global outdoor adventure brand has secured the naming rights and apparel sponsorship of the event.
Sunday, 14 February 2016
Sam Clark grabs first Coast to Coast win
Sam Clark backed up his pre-race confidence to run away from the field to claim his first Coast to Coast men's World Championship longest day title today.
Friday, 12 February 2016
Wilde off to strong start in Coast to Coast despite injury
A sore ankle didn’t stop 18 year old Hayden Wilde from a dominating display on the Coast to Coast two day event that started today on the South Island’s West Coast.
Wednesday, 10 February 2016
Coast to Coast looms as most competitive in years
This year's Coast to Coast looms as one of the most competitive in years with Whakatane multisport athlete Sam Clark and Nelson's Elina Ussher the leading contenders for one day honours.