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Riders Step Up for Podium Spots at ANC Slopestyle Finals Ahead of Winter Games NZ

Riders Step Up for Podium Spots at ANC Slopestyle Finals Ahead of Winter Games NZ

21 August 2017
Lake Wanaka, New Zealand (18 August 2017) – The finals of the Australia New Zealand (ANC) Cup Slopestyle were held at Cardrona Alpine Resort near Wanaka today.
Torpedo7 Peak to Peak wrap

Torpedo7 Peak to Peak wrap

21 August 2017
The Race Day In the middle of a snow storm in the wild sierra range in southern siberia .
Bennett, Bond lead powerful New Zealand team to world championships

Bennett, Bond lead powerful New Zealand team to world championships

19 August 2017
Star Kiwi cyclist George Bennett will lead a powerful New Zealand team for the 2017 UCI Road Championships.
Speight's Said 'We Will' Once Again

Speight's Said 'We Will' Once Again

18 August 2017
There’s one word for a home without a bar.
Alice Robinson and Willis Feasey Crowned National Giant Slalom Champs in Solid Day of Racing for NZ Skiers

Alice Robinson and Willis Feasey Crowned National Giant Slalom Champs in Solid Day of Racing for NZ Skiers

15 August 2017
Queenstown, New Zealand(7 August 2017) –The New Zealand Alpine National Championships & Coronet Cuphosted by Coronet Peak, the official ski area partner of the New Zealand Alpine Ski Team, got underway in Queenstown today with the Giant Slalom (GS) first on the agenda.
Penultimate Enduro World Series races delivers hometown hero's first big WIN!

Penultimate Enduro World Series races delivers hometown hero's first big WIN!

15 August 2017
August 13, Whistler, BC— Whistler is no stranger to mountain biking heroes and another was born today when hometown hero Jesse Melamed won round seven of the Enduro World Series, the Crankworx Open Enduro presented by Specialized.  Melamed, 22, was locked in an intense battle with series leader Sam Hill (AUS) throughout the penultimate race of the EWS season.
Banger opening for 14th year

Banger opening for 14th year

14 August 2017
August 12, Whistler, BC— Its the first time reigning King of Crankworx Tomas Slavik can remember starting a race run without concern for the finish, and when he and fellow finalist Adrien Loron whipped off their helmets at the line, it appeared both were equally elated, though Loron secured first place.
A perfect race day for Torpedo7 Peak to Peak

A perfect race day for Torpedo7 Peak to Peak

14 August 2017
Hundreds of multi-sport athletes tackled the 24th running of the Torpedo7 Peak to Peak in near perfect conditions.
Athletes flock to Queenstown for Torpedo7 Peak to Peak event

Athletes flock to Queenstown for Torpedo7 Peak to Peak event

11 August 2017
The Torpedo7 Peak to Peak, New Zealand’s leading winter multisport event, is being staged in Queenstown for the 24th consecutive year on August 12 and will attract some of the country’s most high profile multisport athletes.
Bikers coming in for a landing

Bikers coming in for a landing

8 August 2017
Two-wheeled aerobatics to kick off "Bike & Style" at Munich Airport There's more than one way of getting airborne at Munich Airport: a bike will work, too.
Aaron Gwin Scores A Stunning Win In The Rain At Round 6, Mont-Sainte-Anne

Aaron Gwin Scores A Stunning Win In The Rain At Round 6, Mont-Sainte-Anne

8 August 2017
The UCI World Cup made its penultimate stop for 2017 at the legendary venue of Mont-Sainte-Anne near Quebec in Canada.
TransCape 'It's Time' campaign launched

TransCape 'It's Time' campaign launched

8 August 2017
Billed as a special journey, the TransCape mountain bike race has positioned itself as one of the most iconic adventures on the South African cycling calendar in a new promotional video.
Announcing the 2017 Halberg Junior Disability Games

Announcing the 2017 Halberg Junior Disability Games

8 August 2017
For the first time the Halberg Junior Disability Games, a national three day sports competition for physically disabled young Kiwis, will take place in Auckland at King’s College this October.
Aussie Ashleigh Gentle earns first career WTS win in the debut 2017 ITU World Triathlon Montreal

Aussie Ashleigh Gentle earns first career WTS win in the debut 2017 ITU World Triathlon Montreal

8 August 2017
MONTREAL - Australian triathlete Ashleigh Gentle became today the first ever winner of the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Montreal, in a brand new circuit that has became the newest addition to the WTS.
Incredible times ahead at Run Larapinta Stage Race

Incredible times ahead at Run Larapinta Stage Race

8 August 2017
Runners from across Australia and overseas are gearing up for the 2017 Run Larapinta Stage Race, a four-day, four-stage trail running race along the most spectacular sections of the Larapinta Trail near Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.
New Zealand Skiers Impress at First FIS Races of the Season

New Zealand Skiers Impress at First FIS Races of the Season

3 August 2017
Wanaka, New Zealand (2 August 2017) – The first International Ski Federation (FIS) races of the season wrapped up today at Cardrona Alpine Resort with New Zealand skiers consistently recording top results throughout the four-day series.
West Auckland Couple Say Strategy Key To Big Competition Win

West Auckland Couple Say Strategy Key To Big Competition Win

3 August 2017
A West Auckland couple bet 200 competitors to win a World trip for two as part of a 4km treasure hunt competition in the central city on Saturday.
 Close race for WTS Overall Series Leaders continues in Edmonton

Close race for WTS Overall Series Leaders continues in Edmonton

3 August 2017
The 2017 World Triathlon Series has reached its sixth destination of the season as the elites pack their bags and make their way to North America for the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Edmonton.
Emma conquers 1000km challenge for trafficking victims

Emma conquers 1000km challenge for trafficking victims

1 August 2017
St Heliers resident Emma Hadley is so serious about the issue of human trafficking, on the opening week of the Tour de France, she set herself a crazy challenge of cycling 1000kms over four days and climbing 10,000 metres of hills to raise money for Tearfund’s anti-trafficking work.
Pat McQuaid is Alive and Well

Pat McQuaid is Alive and Well

1 August 2017
Pat McQuaid’s tenure as President of the UCI had its share of challenges and controversies.
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