Carter Bedford may only be six years old, but he's got mad rugby skills.
Christchurch United will merge with the Christchurch Football Centre next year.
Big win in Noumea for Christchurch golf teen Tom Parker.
Canterbury's contingent at the Australian schools cross country championship will feature three friends from Christchurch Girls' High School.
Kiwi former UFC star James Te Huna, former Silver Fern Catherine Tuivaiti, nee Latu, and former All Black Victor Vito have teamed up against bullying.
Christchurch cyclists Josh Scott and Kate Smith helped New Zealand have their most successful junior world championships campaign.
A small boost to the length of Jellie Park pool have seen swimmers compete in Christchurch for the first time since the quakes.
Timmins will play for the Huskies for the first time during their pre-season tour of Australia and NZ.
Joe Cook-Green joins a growing list of Canterbury players to land basketball scholarships in the United States.
Junior Black stick Emily Wium scored nine goals to lead Canterbury to bronze at the national under-18 regional tournament in Palmerston North last week.
Canterbury's 17s and 15s both went undefeated on their way to South Island titles.
West have reigned supreme in the Canterbury Secondary School's All Star Basketball.
Canterbury basketballers Shou Nisbet, Sam Lees and Tessa Morrison leave for the United States next month
Six Central Otago teenagers are representing Otago in rugby league at a South Island tournament on the weekend.
Four Christchurch fencers will compete in the Australian junior championships.
Thirty-two teams will line up at the first Christchurch International Cup junior football tournament at the Christchurch Football Academy's Yaldhurst complex.
Cantebury athletes dominated the regional relays titles and scooped plenty of medals at the national secondary schools cross country championships.
The days of travelling to Timaru for sprint training are over, thanks to a new six-lane track at Papanui High School.
Stirring hakas and a try of the year: Boys' High made it a sweet 16 at school grudge match.
Prestigious Christchurch school looks outside school boundaries for additional prop for their rugby teams.
"Francis Douglas was turned away at the door. We just didn't have enough gear."
To the sound of the haka, the Penrith Panthers were welcomed by their Kiwi 'cousins'.
Canterbury Cats striker Phoebe Steel scored five goals in the first two games of the national under-21 hockey tournament.
A Christchurch kayaking trio will compete in the 2016 ICF Junior & U-23 Canoe Sprint World Championship in Belarus this July.
If the Edwards brothers remain on track, they will soon join ranks with Sophie Pascoe and other medal-winning Kiwi paralympians.
The Burnside High School girls' volleyball team defended their national title in Palmerston North.
It was the first time in 18-years the school has claimed both the Springbok Shield and the Maadi Cup.
James Hargest College finished third in the boys' section of the South Island secondary schools tournament in Invercargill.
North Canterbury footballers Macey Fraser and Blair Currie will take on Australia's top junior talent.
St Andrew's College's Mitchell Small and St Bede's College's Nick Moulai were among nine Canterbury athletes in record breaking form at the South Island secondary schools championships.