Sports

Boxer’s fighting fit

Queenstown boxer Richie Hadlow is restarting his professional career after a brain scan threatened to can it. He's lining up against Dunedin's Ricky Curline in...

Danielle’s golden golf in China

A Wakatipu High student's played a key role in a New Zealand youth golf team beating the might of China. Otago rep Danielle Bailey, 17,...

Adventurer returns for fundraising ride

Renowned American sports adventurer Katie Spotz is among 170 cyclists leaving Glenorchy on Saturday for the eight-stage Tour of New Zealand fundraising ride/race. In 2008,...

‘Kids are born to run’

Getting kids hooked on running is the life's mission of a legendary Kiwi athlete heading to Queenstown this Easter. Olympic medallist and '83 New York...

Peak to Peak changes hands

After 25 years, iconic Queenstown multisport race Peak to Peak has had a baton handover. The event – in which individuals and teams ski or...

Hubbard back in NZ squad

Queenstown transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard will represent New Zealand again, nearly a year after a horror injury. She's been named in the national squad to...

Changing course

Queenstown Golf Club's general manager is swapping one stunning piece of local real estate for another. John Stephens, who's managed the club's iconic Kelvin Heights...

Pairing up

Queenstown bowlers and darts players are tipping a win-win from clubbing together. The Queenstown Darts Club has established a new home at Queenstown Bowls Club's...

Exploring the wilderness – at pace

A new Queenstown-based team competing in this week's GODZone adventure race in Canterbury is confident of giving it a good crack. As Highland Events, locals...

Laura drives for golf dream

Arrowtown golfer and Otago number one amateur, Laura Hoskin, is about to embark on a challenging path to fulfill her long-held goal to become...

Resort players dominate disc classic

Prominent local disc golf player Hemi Te Awhitu won the overall title at last weekend's 24th annual Queenstown Classic Disc Golf Tournament on the...

Golf prodigy’s heroics

A 10-year-old Queenstown golfer had an astonishing result at the Par-3 curtain-raiser to the 100th NZ Open last Wednesday. Josh Harris was second out of...
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