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Fahey reflects on Rio

A rare break for Olympic triathlon organiser Juliet Fahey.

There was only one person probably more nervous than the Olympian lined up at the start of the triathlon in Rio - organiser Juliet Fahey.

Semi back in green and gold?

Semi Radradra has been in blistering form for the Eels.

Fijian star looks to have the all-clear to travel to England despite his court charges.

MacDonald walks into Crusaders gig

Former All Blacks and Crusaders fullback Leon MacDonald will work under new Crusaders coach Scott Robertson for the next ...

Leon MacDonald will continue to coach Tasman next year, despite being appointed as an assistant coach for the Crusaders.

Lions still battling at the breakdown

Wellington Lions captain Brad Shields was caught out by the new breakdown laws in his first game playing under them ...

Rugby's trial breakdown laws have created a couple of strange new roles.

Gold for Kiwi double scullers at junior worlds

Jack Lopas, left, and Lenny Jenkins celebrate winning gold in the double sculls at the world junior rowing champs.

Gold for Jack Lopas at world junior rowing champs.

Kata, Vatuvei miss Warriors game

Solomone Kata will miss his second game this season because of suspension.

Ken Maumalo and Jonathan Wright have been called into the Warriors team for Sunday's game.

No Thompson yet for Tactix

Temalisi Fakahokotau has signed with the Mainland Tactix.

No Anna Thompson yet for Tactix.

Tutaia explains re-signing

Maria Tutaia has re-signed with the Mystics for the 2017 season.

Silver Ferns shooting ace opens up on rebuffing Australian interest and staying with Mystics.

Six personal best swims

29082016 sport photo: BW Media. Wellington's Capital Swim Club swimmer Lewis Clareburt who beat his three personal best ...

A Wellington swimmer might be the next hope for international glory after he broke his personal bests six times at one swimming meet.

McFadden still best choice video

Should Warriors Head Coach Andrew McFadden keep his job?

OPINION: The Warriors are a laughing stock again, but a change in coach isn't the answer.

Plenty of unknowns for Ferns

Kayla Cullen and the Silver Ferns won't be taking South Africa lightly on Wednesday.

 In South Africa, the Silver Ferns have an opponent they should beat easily, but one they don't know that much about.

South Africa maintain control

Kane Williamson top scored with 77 as the Black Caps fell 267 runs short of matching South Africa's total at Centurion.

South Africa experience batting slump but still hold massive advantage over Black Caps

Gargamel adds interest to Great Northern

Gargamel (Alan Browne) is one of 14 nominees for the Great Northern Steeplechase at Ellerslie on Saturday.

Winton gelding Gargamel is in the north for Saturday's $125,000 Great Northern Steeplechase.

NZ para-cyclists riding to Rio video

New Zealand's para-cycling team (Byron Raubenheimer far left), minus Fraser Sharp who earned a late call-up on Tuesday.

Byron Raubenheimer and tandem pair, Emma Foy and Laura Thompson, would never have believed making the Paralympics was possible a few years back.

Painful win for Djokovic

Novak Djokovic struggled with an arm injury before beating Jerzy Janowicz of Poland during his first round singles match ...

Novak Djokovic fights through arm pain to win his first-round US Open match.

Adams spotted in Queenstown video

Oklahoma City Thunder NBA basketball player Steven Adams has been spotted in Queenstown.

Kiwi NBA superstar taking a low-key holiday to South Island tourist town.

Back to school for Eliza video

Olympic bronze medalist Eliza McCartney pays a visit to her old school Belmont Intermediate in Takapuna.

Kiwi Olympic hero goes back where it all began to relive her Rio experience.

Waikato lose Tucker for NPC

James Tucker was helped from the field in Waikato's win over North Harbour.

James Tucker will miss the rest of 2016 after suffering a serious knee injury.

Defence first for new Breaker video

New Breakers signing Akil Mitchell pledges to bring a defensive mindset to his new role.

Paul Henare has added the final piece to his roster, and is confident he has the right man for the job.

Bog snorkelling champs in pictures gallery

A mermaid emerges from the bog.

The quirky sport was rumoured to be a way to attract tourists to a small Welsh town.

Rowers 'overwhelmed' by fame

A hilarious interview propelled them to fame, and two Irish rowers are still cracking gags.

Sean Grayling's winning double

Junior driver Sean Grayling.

Junior driver Sean Grayling will be looking for more success at Alexandra Park on Friday.

Giant Kiwi stays with Storm

Nelson Asofa-Solomona was linked with a move to the Hurricanes earlier this year.

Nelson Asofa-Solomona ends speculation about his future by re-signing with Melbourne.

Untamed Diamond races well in Sydney

Pukekohe mare Untamed Diamond is having a successful campaign in Sydney.

Richard Collett's decision to campaign Untamed Diamond in Sydney is paying dividends.

Netball Australia rule out two-point shot

Australian Netball will not introduce a two-point shot.

Innovation put on back-burner after receiving a mixed response.

Pumas team to face ABs named

Argentina's Tomas Lavanini has been ruled out for the season with a ligament injury.

Key lock Tomas Lavanini ruled out for season with knee injury.

Team Parker like British fight

England's David Price has plenty of appeal as an opponent for Joseph Parker's British debut.

England's David Price in November "a great lead-in" to world title fight with Anthony Joshua.

Runners battle "brutal" Great Naseby Water Race conditions

Kendra Breen, of Alexandra, won the Great Naseby Water Race women's 100 mile with a time of 28hr 04min 28sec.

Unrelenting rain saw competitors drop out of the Great Naseby Water Race, with some showing signs of hypothermia.

Two more athletes off to Rio

Scott Martlew will compete in the Para-Canoe for New Zealand at the Rio Games.

Russia's suspension from Paralympics opens the door for Kiwi pair.

Tuivaiti replaces Wilson at Pulse

Cathrine Tuivaiti is leaving Auckland to join the Central Pulse.

Cathrine Tuivaiti is heading south to join the Central Pulse in 2017, replacing departing Maia Wilson.

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