Saxon McNoe and Flynn O'Keefe were the record breakers at Timaru Boys' High School's annual athletic sports meet.
Timaru's Will Gibson was named best NZ water skier at the four-day Aussie Kiwi 2020 challenge on Lake Crichton near Dunsandel recently.
The bulls won the day as cowboys and cowgirls put their skills to the test during the Waimate Rodeo.
A 32-year-old record was broken at the Timaru Boys' High School's annual swimming sports.
Cycling pursuit specialist Holly Edmondston will be the guest speaker at an upcoming awards ceremony celebrating Temuka's sporting talent.
Charlotte Walker has her sights set on this year's Halberg Games as her next step to realising her dream of donning the silver fern at the Paralympics.
Shane Archbold has unfinished business with cycling's Tour de France.
Timaru crews bagged 17 podium places in A finals at the South Island rowing championships on Lake Ruataniwha recently.
South Canterbury's 10-strong speed skating team have all returned home with titles from the NZ road and track championships in Hamilton.
A cycling bunch to remember gather in Timaru.
A Timaru Boys' High School student is the latest South African born player to represent New Zealand in cricket.
The Coast to Coast attracts recidivist athletes with stamina and mental focus.
There was a "good buzz" around Orari's historic racecourse with more than 600 spectators for the first race day of its 150th year.
Timaru Rowing Club crews warmed up for the South Island championships by winning six A finals at the Canterbury champs.
Orari's historic racecourse trots into its 150th year.
James Robertson is chasing the dream of representing New Zealand in sevens rugby.
Several Mid-South Canterbury athletes stood out in the South Island 14-19 years inter-provincial teams meet in Timaru.
Timaru's economy should be revved up by a few million dollars when the flag drops at Levels Raceway.
Timaru 13-year-old lining up to race against others at speeds up to 160kmh in the South Island 2K Cup.
A young South Canterbury athlete has won a scholarship as one of the top performers at the South Island Colgate Games in Christchurch.
South Canterbury Mountainbike Club keen to host South Island cross country championships again.
Whakatane's Damon Rees may be comfortably leading the glamour superbikes class, but still he won't win the national title this summer.
Emma Dyke is living her sporting dream with NZ's world champion women's eight rowing squad.
A bid to light up football ground Sir Basil Arthur Park is just one of an array of South Canterbury sporting projects seeking funding over the next few years.
Waimate's Holly Edmondston in NZ team to contest the Track World Championships in Germany.
Timaru racer believes home track advantage will boost his class standings in the NZ Superbike Championship.
Wellington Firebirds seamer set to make T20 international debut a month out from his 33rd birthday.
Riley Taylor has successfully defends his Timaru ocean swim title.
Christchurch Avon's Chanel Muir won the feature mile at the Lovelock Classic but could not grab the bonus prizemoney for going under four minutes.
Over 100 South Canterbury youngsters will be among the 980 athletes at the South Island Colgate Games.