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.
Running doctor scores world-first for women
“I can’t even comprehend that. It’s crazy,” she says, in an interview with Dirt Church Radio
The young vaulter soaring closer to Eliza McCartney
Teenager Olivia McTaggart is pushing the limits to have not one, but two Kiwi women pole vaulters at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
A high-altitude path to breaking tradition
A little over a year after first hitting the mountain paths, Nancy Jiang is taking the trail running world by storm.
The Kiwi lawyer helping to clean up global sport
After leading the reform of an athletics world in turmoil, Auckland lawyer Maria Clarke is now in demand to help sports bodies around the globe.
Doctor’s marathon shift ends in victory
In the battle for marathon supremacy on Rotorua’s infamous round-the-lake run, a part-time athlete and full-time doctor prevails.
Ageless champion shows no signs of slowing down
Sally Gibbs has gone from dodging cross-country runs at school to winning national running titles in her 50s.
Alison Shanks swaps the bike for business
Steve Deane talks to the former world champion cyclist about her new project - the ‘Fly Buys’ of the exercise world.