Drug Free Sport New Zealand’s investigation into athletes purchasing prohibited substances online will continue well into 2018 and is a stark warning to the whole sporting community not to become complacent about doping in sport.
Some of the world's best young 420, 29er and Laser sailors and kiteboarders will be gathering in the US in April for an international racing clinic and New Zealand youngsters have the chance to join them.
Andrew McKenzie joined an elite group when he won his third consecutive New Zealand Laser national title in Christchurch yesterday.
Josh Junior and Andy Maloney will swap the helmet and body armour for beige shorts and baggy T-shirts when they sail in next weekend’s Auckland Anniversary Day Regatta.
Defending champion Andrew McKenzie took an early lead at the Laser national championships in Christchruch after winning the first two races yesterday.
32 of New Zealand’s most talented youth sailors will be competing in the first stop of the 2018 Red Bull Foiling Generation World Series, to be held at Auckland’s Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron on February 24-25.
Simon van Velthooven calls himself an “enthusiastic weekend warrior” these days as he continues his transformation from Olympic cyclist to bona fide sailor.
Bianca Cook has some idea what it’s like to be sprayed by a fire hose, for hours on end.
New Zealand boardsailors Max van der Zalm and Veerle ten Have are one step closer to their goal of competing at this year's Youth Olympics in Argentina after winning this week's Oceania championships in Brisbane.
Murray Gilbert and Jonathan Burgess won the Flying Fifteen national title at the Waikawa Boating Club but only after a dramatic finish which came down to the last beat of the last race.