Olympian leaps at chance to help athletes in limbo
Not all athletes are coping well with the 2020 Olympics postponement, says Sarah Cowley Ross, the new voice for New Zealand’s Olympic athletes.
Anzac Day: Gone West
On a quiet and empty Anzac Day, Sandra Coney looks forward to the time when the unique memorials of her beloved West Auckland are once again places where people gather to remember.
The pull of the ocean, the lake and the hills
It’s been a testing four weeks for those who rely on the great outdoors for their sport. But a top paddler, trail runner and surfer say they’ve all found a silver lining in lockdown.
Sports A-Gender: Bing takes it all in her new stride
Sky Sport News presenters Kate King and Goran Paladin deliver the latest news of Kiwi sporting women at home and around the globe.
Running for 50 hours... and still not winning
Nelson doctor Katie Wright ran the race of her life over 50 hours in Tennessee, overcoming a barrage of pains and problems. Yet it wasn’t enough to become the world’s last person standing.
Inspiring Kiwi runner shifts focus to desert ultra
After her own troubled teenage years, Fran McEwen doesn’t want to see other girls going through the same challenges. So she’s running a race across a Middle Eastern desert to help them.
World No.1 thrower’s pursuit of happiness
Tayla Clement is on track to become one of NZ’s best Para athletes. But she’s made it clear that if her quest for records and medals impacts her mental health, she will walk away.
Flying Buscomb’s on track to achieve greater things
Having run away from NZ in search of a breakthrough, distance runner Camille Buscomb is out to prove herself at the world champs, and she hopes, the 2020 Olympics.
Making sense of the Caster Semenya ruling
Caster Semenya’s case should trigger a watershed moment where sports leaders give up on the fallacy that sex and gender can be determined by a single biological marker.