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Whakatane's Sam Clark returned to the Coast to Coast to win his fourth elite men's Longest Day title, a win he described as his best yet.
As the clock struck seven this morning, the first hardy athletes set off on foot from from Kumara beach on a 243 kilometre mountain traverse across the South Island. Audio
Academics at the University of Cardiff have published a paper called "Selling Pain to the Saturated Self". The academics have an interesting theory that we crave bodily punishment in an age where so… Audio
36 years ago Richard Warwick was just a teenager when a one time experiment with petrol sniffing triggered a brain bleed. Lying in a hospital bed, he was told he'd never run again. This year he… Audio
Multi-sport athletes Sam Clark and Elina Ussher have won the men's and women's races on the longest day of the coast-to-coast for the second year in a row.
Whakatane local Sam Clark has won the men's elite one-day race in the 2016 Coast to Coast.
About 500 competitors from around the world are biking, kayaking and running 243km across the South Island. Follow the action LIVE here.
The organisers of the South Island's annual coast to coast race are stumped as to what caused the temporary blindness of several of the competitors at the weekend. So far nine contestants have… Audio