Kiwis dominate World Rogaine Champs

Chris Forne and Greig Hamilton proved too strong to win the 2016 World Rogaine Championships at Ross River, Australia over the weekend.

The New Zealand pair scored 4400 points, with Australian husband and wife team Rob and Kathryn Preston (3880 points) winning the mixed class, and second overall.

New Zealanders Georgia Whitla and Lara Prince won the Women'c class with 3210 points and 12th overall.

Kiwi duo Phil Wood and Rob Jarvis were third in the Mens Veteran class (3350 points), seventh overall.

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