||15 September 2004, 10:23 AM|
Waikato student runner up at Powerman
Waikato law student Jess Draskau Petersson took second place last weekend in the Powerman World Championships in Zofingen, Switzerland.
Petersson powered out to the fastest splits in both run legs and the second fastest bike of the day, on her New Zealand designed Aleen Speed frame, to finish in just over 7 hrs 30 on the 10km, 150km, 30km run, bike, run course.
The result continues a fine season that has seen Jess 5th in Ironman Taupo, 3rd in Ironman Austria and 1st in the Karipiro half ironman in April.
Triathlon architect to head new Winter Olympic initiative
Winter Olympic sports are hoping to emulate the feats of their summer compatriots with a bold new initiative to establish a High Performance Director based in the Queenstown-Wanaka region.
15 September 2004, 9:45 AM
Cabin Racing confirm plans for 2004/2005 season
New Zealand’s premier XC Mountainbike Team, Cabin Racing, is pleased to be able to announce their roster, support package, and schedule of events for the upcoming season.
14 September 2004, 12:11 PM
Williamson third in Los Angeles Triathlon
Triathlete Evelyn Williamson has finished her North American campaign with a third place finish at the Los Angeles Triathlon yesterday.
14 September 2004, 10:12 AM
Silver Medal for NZ Silver Blade
One of five New Zealanders to win a medal in Athens, Ben returns to New Zealand on Monday 13 September at 10am.
10 September 2004, 10:40 AM
Rush for Gold
Entries for the 2005 Goldrush race opened at midnight on 31st August and 13 hours later had its maximum 500 competitors signed up.
9 September 2004, 10:32 AM