Zane was the bronze medallist in the 5000m at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in 2014.
At Rio 2016 he finished 12th in the 10,000m, running 27:33.67 slashing nine seconds from Dick Quax's NZ record.
In 2015 African based Zane ran an amazing 59:47 half marathon in Japan to slash 2 minutes from the New Zealand record and become the fourth fastest non-African ever over the distance.
Zane has become one of the most versatile distance runners New Zealand has produced, ranked the fourth fastest New Zealander on the all-time list for 1500m, Mile, 3000m, the third fastest over 5000m, the fastest over 10,000m and the quickest ever over the half marathon.
His first New Zealand appearance was at the 2011 World Cross Country Championships and he has represented New Zealand at the 2017 and 2013 World Championships, the 2014 World Indoor Championships and the Glasgow Commonwealth Games as well as the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Zane and his twin brother Jake left New Zealand as 17 year olds to live and train in Africa, spending time in both Ethiopia and Kenya.
Zane is a member of Hamilton City Hawks Athletics.