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.
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.
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.
Both the Tanner and Tauranga Cups came down to the last race at the Kohimarama Yacht Club with the top three competitors in both events separated by only one point.
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Not sure what to do with the kids over the school holidays? Yachting New Zealand are running a series of Volvo Sailing…Have a Go! days around the country over the next two weeks.
The Whangarei Girls and Boys High School teams dished up the closest match at last month's three-day team's regatta at the Kerikeri Cruising Club as they battled for bragging rights.
James Barnett and Sam Street have a better idea of what they need to do if they are to compete at the top level following a busy period of two world 420 competitions in the last six weeks.
New Zealand sailors started the year in perfect fashion, winning both the boy's and girl's titles at the 29er world championships in Hong Kong.