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Gemma McCaw to play California Cup

Gemma McCaw touches down in LA to play California Cup hockey.

Several Black Sticks arrive in the US for invitational tournament.

College World Softball Series beckons for Kiwis

Ellie Cooper, the New Zealand women's softball captain, could be playing at her third College World Series in the United ...

Kiwi softballers could feature again in the highlight of the American college season.

'Thanks Dad': Coutts values fatherly advice

Sir Russell Coutts said his father was a big influence when choosing a career path.

Sir Russell Coutts talks about his sailing inspirations.

Top swimmer to have heart surgery

Kyle Chalmers says despite needing heart surgery, he is setting his sights on the Commonwealth Games next year.

He won a gold medal in the pool at Rio, but now Australian swimmer Kyle Chalmers needs heart surgery.

Marathon costs skyrocket

Christchurch marathon race director Chris Cox.

Traffic management costs have quadrupled the cost to run the Christchurch marathon post-earthquake.

Sandoval gets his due

Jorge Sandoval at the New Zealand Cycle Classic in Wairarapa earlier this year.

Cycling race organiser extraordinaire finally recognised by national body for 35 years of staging big bike events.

Kiwis started strong at surfing games

Ella Williams of Whangamata has been placed seventh at the world surfing games in France.

The NZ surfing team have made a strong start in France at the world surfing games.

Whittaker gets UFC title crack

Robert Whittaker is on a seven-fight win streak in the UFC.

Kiwi-born Robert Whittaker to fight for UFC interim middleweight title.

No damage to 'cautious' Team NZ

Team New Zealand get the better of Team France in Bermuda.

"We had a good day," sailing coach declares as Kiwis survive a hit with debris to continue crucial America's Cup testing.

America's Cup - burning questions

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The top 10 points to ponder as Team NZ brace to race Ainslie, Spithill, Barker and more in Bermuda.

Giro leader's nature break cuts lead

Tom Dumoulin had his lead reduced after he was forced to answer the call of nature, midway through a stage.

Dutchman Tom Dumoulin couldn't hold on any longer and had to take a roadside comfort stop.

Team NZ 'pushing boundaries'

Team New Zealand at high speed on Bermuda's Great Sound.

Rival Sir Ben Ainslie talks up an "aggressive" design package that sets Team NZ apart.

25 years in jail for sucker punch?

Dirrell's trainer Leon Lawson lands a big left-hand punch on Jose Uzcategui.

US trainer who attacked his nephew's unsuspecting opponent faces more than two decades behind bars.

Walsh working towards world title

Olympic bronze medal winner Tom Walsh is confident there is plenty more to come in his young career.

Shot putter Tom Walsh is growing in confidence after a good opening win in Arizona.

Henderson likely starter for Tour

New Zealand cyclist Greg Henderson riding at the World Championships.

The likely inclusion of five-time Olympian Greg Henderson for his cycling swansong at the 2017 Tour of Southland has administrators excited.

Burnard claims first senior win

Wellington Scottish runner Harry Burnard on his way to winning the senior men's division at the Vosseler Shield on Saturday.

The promising young Wellington Scottish runner was first across the line at the Vosseler Shield on Saturday.

Ainslie a serious contender - Spithill

Sir Ben Ainslie is a serious competitor despite his team's early struggles, says Jimmy Spithill.

Oracle skipper warns not to count out Brit after part he played in sinking TNZ in 2013.

Guide to the America's Cup video

Skipper Glenn Ashby and helmsman Peter Burling enjoy the ride on Team New Zealand's cycle-powered AC50 in Bermuda.

Everything you need to know about what's happening in Bermuda.

Cyborg hits out over insults

Cris 'Cyborg' Justino is being investigated by police after hitting another UFC fighter at a UFC retreat.

UFC star could face charges after punching another fighter at an athletes retreat.

Sports Quiz - May 23

A champagne celebration for George Bennett after becoming the first New Zealander to win a World Tour event.

Sports Quiz - May 23

Team Oracle tipped to beat Kiwis

Jimmy Spithill's Oracle are tipped to beat Team New Zealand in the America's Cup, according to Sailing Illustrated.

Sailing website predicts Team New Zealand will lose out again in the America's Cup.

Black Sticks name experienced squad

Kirsten Pearce, right, and Stacey Michelsen will be key contributors for the Black Sticks in Belgium.

Black Sticks women name strongest squad possible for World League semi-final tournament.

Southland success at cycling awards

Steve Canny won the Services to Cycling Award at the Cycling New Zealand awards.

Southlanders were recognised for their efforts at the Cycling New Zealand awards ceremony on Saturday.

Stampede aim to ace 2017 season

Queenstown-based Sky City Stampede will play Canterbury's Red Devils on Friday and Saturday.

The Queenstown-based Stampede has new imported players who are ready to start the season on Friday.

League players switch to badminton

Members of the St Paul's College badminton team looking to diversify their sporting CV. From left, Lachlan Patelesio, ...

From rugby balls to rackets, these St Paul's students are breaking down stereotypes.

Day enjoys test debut despite defeat

Kate Day in her touch debut for NZ against Australia.

Kate Day enjoyed her debut Trans-Tasman series for the NZ women's touch team, despite losing to the powerful Australians.

Four golds for Kiwi kayakers

Olympic champion Lisa Carrington won two gold medals at the World Cup kayaking meet in Portugal.

Lisa Carrington and her kayak colleagues wow at World Cup.

Walsh away to solid start

Tom Walsh has started his world champs buildup with a respectable 21.64m winning throw in Tucson.

Tom Walsh gets his world champs buildup away well, but is overshadowed by 14-year best from Joe Kovacs just two days earlier.

Cooper rates latest result

Anton Cooper finished ninth in the opening World Cup round in the Czech Republic.

Kiwi rider labels top 10 finish at World Cup opener as one of his best ever results.

Proud parents savour 'landmark' win

George Bennett became the first Kiwi to win a World Tour in his Tour of California triumph.

George Bennett's dad labels Tour of California win a huge milestone for NZ cycling.

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