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Taupo District Council continuing to work with Ironman on new date

Following today’s announcement by IRONMAN to postpone the Taupō edition of the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships, Mayor David Trewavas said he is confident the district will take the news in its stride.

Taupo hosting of Ironman 70.3 World Championship put on hold

- IRONMAN today announced that the 2022 IRONMAN® 70.3® World Championship that was set to be held in Taupō, New Zealand will be shifting to St. George, Utah, United States.

New Zealand Rugby Covid-19 update

New Zealand Rugby (NZR) is working with its Provincial Unions to determine the best course of action for the Bunnings Warehouse NPC, Farah Palmer Cup and Heartland Championship following the Government’s announcement the country will move to COVID Alert Level 4 from midnight tonight (Tuesday, 1

Black Ferns End of Year tour confirmed

The Black Ferns will travel north at the end of the year for a four-match Test series against England and France.

With two Tests each against England and France in October/November, the schedule will provide ideal preparation for the Black Ferns Rugby World Cup defence.

Special equestrian conquers challenges to compete at highest level

Equestrian rider Sarah Dalton personifies the spirit of the Special Olympics and will be chasing more medals at the Freemasons New Zealand National Summer Games in December.

NZ Paralympic Team members continue journey to Tokyo

Today, members of the New Zealand Paralympic Team entered the Paralympic athlete village in Tokyo. The leadership group made the journey from New Zealand to Japan following strict protocols.

Greyhound Racing New Zealand crosses the ditch

Sports Entertainment Network today announced they have partnered with Greyhound Racing New Zealand (GRNZ) bringing the racing industry to Australia.

The NZ-made temporary line markings 'making indoor sports more accessible'

A Kiwi business with a reputation for world-first innovations is continuing to make sport accessible to all with the official launch of Packaline - temporary indoor line markings designed for use in leisure and recreation centres.

Increased climbing access 'could inspire future Olympians'

More access for rock climbers in north Waikato will enable more Kiwis to enjoy the Olympic sport. Increased public access to crags (steep or rugged cliffs or rock faces) around Wharepapa South means more routes for rock climbers.

New champions celebrated at Meridian Hydro half marathon

Cromwell’s Jason Hall and Dunedin’s Meg McKay are the new champions of the 2021 Meridian Hydro half marathon, held Saturday 7 August in Te Anau.