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Karate athlete selected for Youth Olympic Games

As the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games countdown gets underway, a young Kiwi is named among the first karate athletes to ever compete at an edition of the Olympic Games.

Codd set for strong Yamaha NZXC Series assault

Hawke's Bay motorcycle racer Bryn Codd rang a few warning bells at the weekend.

Stable stalwart delivers fulfilling result

Awapuni trainer Mike Breslin gained a healthy dose of satisfaction from Salamanca’s latest effort.

He produced the seven-year-old to cap off successive placings with an open handicap victory at Te Rapa on Saturday.

Fresh tilt at Tarzino makes sense

Talented mare Sensible Princess may go into next month’s Gr.1 Tarzino Trophy (1400m) without a lead-up run.

And that’s not a scenario that trainer Fraser Auret is fazed about.

Auckland Women's side to play Warriors

The Auckland Women’s representative team will face the New Zealand Warriors Women in a pair of warm-up matches ahead of the NRL Women’s Premiership kicking off in September.

Small bike no handicap for Ararimu rider

By Andy McGechan,

He had the smallest bike in the competition, but South Auckland rider Richard Sutton showed at the weekend that winning trophies is less about horsepower and more about bike reliability and handling and pure riding talent.

Southern Steel defeat Magic 75-58

The Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel emerged from the darkness to close out Super Sunday with a convincing 75-58 win over WBOP Magic in Auckland today.

'Starts the key' for podium sweep

The Red Bull Holden Racing team and Shane van Gisbergen showed they’re still right up there in the fight for the championship with a race win at the Ipswich SuperSprint, Round 9 of the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.

Farrelly Photos women's competition semi-final match reports

A wrap of the action from week 2 of the play-offs in the 2018 Farrelly Photos women's competitions.

Richmond 18 Otahuhu 12

Black Ferns Sevens go back to back in San Francisco

The Black Ferns Sevens have made history, becoming the first team to win back to back Rugby World Cup Sevens titles, with a 29-0 victory in San Francisco, USA today.