Fielder lets her shoes do the talking
Her unique hand-painted shoes may have been the talk of the Tour de France, but now Kiwi Caitlin Fielder is fast making her mark on the world trail running scene.
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.
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.
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
One blink - and Zoe’s our fastest woman
Snaring a record that stood for 25 years, young sprinter Zoe Hobbs has become the fastest Kiwi woman to run on New Zealand soil - but has another record in her sights.
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.
Sand, sweat and tears: Olivia races for Dad
UPDATE: Eight weeks after losing her dad and ‘No. 1 fan’, Olivia Eaton has defended her world beach sprint title in Adelaide.
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.