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Nick Kergozou

Timing is everything for Kergozou

Top young cyclist Nick Kergozou can definitely stand the heat in the kitchen, as Nathan Burdon explains.

Aiming for higher speeds

High performance director says NZ's world champion team sprinters are determined to win gold in Glasgow.

Stapleton poised for his ton

Greyhound trainer poised to score 100th win for the season at either Addington or Ascot Park meetings.

Monnay heads to Addington

Monnay, who won from a 70m handicap at Forbury Park last Thursday, is off 45m at Addington on Friday night.

Swim sport in centre bid

Invercargill is bidding against Auckland to centralise the national synchronised swimming team in the city.

Poised to land century

 	 Deane Stapleton Greyhound trainer Deane Stapleton is poised to score his 100th win for the season at either the Addington or Ascot Park meetings today.

Workouts might resume on Saturday

Harness racing workouts could resume at Ascot Park on Saturday.

Craig Ferguson new driver for Adams stable

Alannah Hall runs record at Ashburton

Way's dream over

Vanessa Way Vanessa Way's dreams of representing New Zealand at the world equestrian games over.

Sisters help to save horses

Horses destined for the slaughterhouse have been transformed thanks to the efforts of three sisters.

McKay edges rivals to snare first three-star title

The buck stops here

White signs off winning season

Invercargill teenager Nicole White completed a season of success at last week's prestigious Horse of the Year Show in Hastings.

Is your photo a winner?

Congratulations to all of our Tour of Southland photo winners. 

Vessey impresses on tour debut

Alexandra's 18-year-old cyclist Tom Vessey was "pretty chuffed" with his debut Tour of Southland.

Generation Next invigorate tour

Oram takes 2013 tour

Sprint ace celebrates milestone

Southland rider Tom Scully grew up around the Tour of Southland, although not necessarily watching it.

Street racing and whitebait patties

Friends enjoy the Wyndham Street Racing from the comfort of the couch. For many residents, a roaring horde of bikers rolling into town is enough to make them lock the doors and close the curtains.

Are you part of the Legend?

Are you part of the Burt Munro Legend?

Close racing entertains crowd

Two injured during challenge

Southern hospitality a winner

Dan McKenzie was grateful for the slice of southern hospitality that allowed him to get to the start line at the Wyndham Street Race.

Win secondary on emotional night

Siem de Jong Newcastle United honour memory of two ardent fans with 4-0 victory over Sydney FC in Dunedin.

Skelton could be key for Tahs

Michael Cheika thinks Will Skelton could be a match winner from the bench for the Waratahs this weekend.

England decline just got scary

Joseph predicts Shark attack

Kiwi star's dad stuck in Siberia

Swimmer Lauren Boyle's father is stranded in Siberia after an emergency landing on his way to the Commonwealth Games.

Students benefit from alliances

school exchange As part of our role in secondary school sport we encourage schools and co-ordinators to work together to create opportunities for students.

Southland students do their region proud

A successful New Zealand track and field team spent the final day of their trip to Rarotonga cruising on a glass bottom boat.

Rebecca off to Finland

Southland athlete in champs

Girls' High off to perfect start

The dynamic Southland Girls' High School A team have made a strong start to the netball season.

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