Sports

19th annual student sports day

Sporting funĀ in the sun First-year University of Otago students competed for honours in the 19th annual student sports day, held at Logan Park on Tuesday. Students...

Change of venue pays off

A last-minute change of location did not deter competitors in the Otago Surfing Championships at the weekend. The event was hosted by the South Coast...

Otago’s gold medal drought ended

Sixteen-year-old Mark McCormack is a New Zealand inline speed skating champion and recently won Otago's first senior speed skating gold medal in 27 years. And...

Call to get pedalling for a good cause

Cycling for charity   The University of Otago physiology department is encouraging local businesses and groups to cycle for a good cause next week as part...

Grom series draws 45 young surfers

The South Coast Boardriders Association had a busy weekend, hosting the second round of the South Island Grom Series on Saturday and a surf...

Otago touch reps to fore nationally

A record number of Otago touch representatives donned the silver fern last week in a test series against Australia. Fourteen players, three coaches and a...

Successful times for Dunedin club – BMX

Dunedin BMX Club has a few reasons to celebrate. The club had a successful outing at the South Island Championship last weekend, has been named...

Taieri players selected for South Island tournament

Eight players from the Taieri Junior Cricket Club have been selected in the Dunedin girls and boys teams to play in the South Island...

Spin-off seen from success at nationals

Success at the recent national secondary school tournament will have a positive impact for touch in Otago. Columba College, King's High School and St Hilda's...

Club works to open up track for all to enjoy

Mountain Biking Otago has restored a track near the Pineapple Track and Nicols Creek, creating a new spot for members of the public to...

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