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29/08/2015
Spring Challenge locals make podium

Spring Challenge locals make podium

These are just some of the almost 1000 women who took up Queenstown’s Spring Challenge »»

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20 years of Peak performance

20 years of Peak performance

Hundreds tackled Queenstown’s 20th Peak to Peak last Saturday – the longest-running »»

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Gurney’s peaking for local gutbuster

Gurney’s peaking for local gutbuster

A three-time winner of Queenstown’s Peak to Peak – Coast to Coast legend Steve Gurney »»

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Queenstown giant new owner of pioneering Coast to Coast

Queenstown giant new owner of pioneering Coast to Coast

A Queenstown tourism and ski operation giant has bought the world’s longest-running »»

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Wilson heads off to world champs

Wilson heads off to world champs

A Queenstowner leaves for France in two weeks to compete in the Long Distance Triathlon World »»

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Big name behind new adventure race

Big name behind new adventure race

World champion adventure racer Nathan Fa’avae and his wife Jodie are organising a »»

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GODZone 'may’ come back

Organisers of a major adventure race aren’t ruling out a return to Queenstown despite hosting rights going to Kaikoura.  Godzone race director Adam Fairmaid (left) an­nounced last Sunday the gruelling expedition challenge would shift to Kaikoura in 2014 after being based in »»

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Blisters, sleep deprivation – and magic

Blisters, sleep deprivation – and magic

Punishing sleep deprivation and good old blisters pushed a Queenstown team to the limit during a »»

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Queenstown loses GODZone hosting rights to Kaikoura

Queenstown loses GODZone hosting rights to Kaikoura

Queenstown has lost major multisport expedition event GODZone to Kaikoura for 2014. The adventure »»

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Local love for Motatapu

Local love for Motatapu

Day out: Miners Trail walkers Lex Perkins (left) and Max McDermid »»

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