11 December 2015
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A Nelson 16-year-old has pedalled 334 metres on one wheel to capture the world record for the longest 'manual'.
The location and vision for the opening ceremony of the World Masters Games 2017 were announced at a '500 days to go' event in Auckland.
A squad of Upper Hutt cheerleaders on their international competition debut took gold from the Aussies.
A group of Pukekohe men are putting the call out for people interested in playing Gaelic football.
Former Otumoetai College students Mike Watson and Sam O'Dea have high hopes of competing at the Rio Olympics next year.
A rising Hawke's Bay talent is among the over 300 riders expected to race in dual BMX events this weekend.
Tauranga triathlete Anneke Jenkins knows more about overcoming adversity than most athletes after enduring two major career threatening setbacks and a horrendous bike crash.
Four Palmerston North bodybuilders have won eight medals at the INBA Natural Olympia bodybuilding event in Las Vegas.
One of the world's most respected sports leaders, Baroness Sue Campbell, says she's pleased to see New Zealand working hard to keep young people active and buck the global trend towards inactivity.