Home Sport

Sport

School athletics records shattered

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz A total of 335 competitors from 18 South Otago primary schools lined up last week to compete at the South Otago Primary School Sports...

Rain stops for Blue Mountain Challenge

The annual Clutha Valley Lions Blue Mountain Challenge was held last Sunday and had a good turnout despite cooler conditions, organiser Gary Stirling says....

Sun and wind for challenge

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz Hot sun at the start and a strong head-on breeze for the last few kilometres did little to deter the 386 walkers and runners...

Ken Milne Classic triathlon

Report and Photo By Richard Davison Bryce Clark, of Lovells Flat, exits the Clutha River during the first stage of the Ken Milne Classic triathlon...

Schools hold athletics sports days

report and photos: JOHN COSGROVE@cluthaleader,.co.nz Kaitangata Primary School held its annual school athletics and fun sports day on Tuesday last week, and South Otago High...

Lawrence trails draw 1100 riders

JOHN.COSGROVE@cluthaleader.co.nz NEARLY 1100 riders took part in the annual two-day Lawrence Lions Club trail ride held at Craigellachie, near Lawrence, over the weekend. Lawrence Lions treasurer...

Weighty success at age 82

For Bruce Park to start powerlifting at the age of 70 was no mean feat. For the Clutha resident to have gone from lifting a...

Home track confers no advantage

JOHN.COSGROVE @cluthaleader.co.nz The very technical and tough Balclutha track proved no helping hand for home town champion Madison Latta (Husqvarna) racing in the very competitive...

Shearing contest a crowd pleaser

South Otago contenders held their own during the 2020 Otago Shears at the Balclutha War Memorial Hall on Saturday. Although top place in a...

School to host paddock golf event

If you can chip into a toilet bowl, slice it up and over a truck, lob it into a car boot, or bogey it...
Advertisement
Advertisement