Triathlon New Zealand is thrilled at the announcement from the International Triathlon Union (ITU) that triathlon will gain a further foothold on the world stage with a mixed relay to be included o
Mark Todd’s campaign for a seventh Olympic Games campaign has received a set back with the withdrawal of his top horse.
AJ and I are very happy here in Wettlekam, Germany. The weather has been somewhat changeable though – last week we went from snow and Zero degrees on Tuesday to sun and 32 degrees on Saturday!
New Zealand Olympic swimmer Glenn Snyders is shocked at the news of the sudden death of world champion Alexander Dale Oen.
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) will carry out a full scale test of the Olympic Park from 2-8 May as it delivers six final sporting test events as part o
Official Olympic Games and New Zealand Olympic Team sponsor and Proud Sponsor of Mums, Procter & Gamble (P&G) announced its support of New Zealand track cyclist Alison Shanks as part of its
It has been a tough couple of weeks on and off the pitch for the squad. As of mid April the entire squad has centralised in Auckland as our program has stepped up a notch.
Swapping jackets for T-shirts, scarves for sunscreen it was an uplifting week in Bratislava under the Slovak skys.
The draws for the London 2012 Olympic Basketball tournaments were made confirming the Group Stages for the Men’s and Women’s tournaments.
New Zealand cyclist Linda Villumsen has continued her hot spell of form on the road in Europe.
Olympic cyclists race in national club road championships
Hamilton Javelin thrower Stuart Farquhar has won the Oda Hiroshima International Meeting with a big throw of 86.31 metres.