by Rob Bathgate
25th October 2022
In an ultra, it’s always handy to have a plan, because at least then you have something to throw away as soon as you start.
by Rob Bathgate
27th September 2022
The Waitomo Trail Run is back after a brief hiatus (because of you-know-what); offering runners 6, 11, 21 or 35km courses spanning unique underground and overground terrain in the heart of the Waikato.
by Jeremy Boase
9th March 2022
Jeremy took on the Triple Peaks recently, and things went wrong...
by Sam Mowat
24th February 2021
After a frightening finish to his first run at Shotover Moonlight, Sam was keen for redemption. But he wasn't make it any easier on himself by choosing the all-new Ultra option at this year's event. Here's how it went for him...
by Rachel Bridgewater
10th February 2021
Gun runner Rachel Bridgewater takes on the ups and downs of NZ's most mis-named race. Read how her big day unfolds...
by Sandor Toth
A race report that really captures the spirit of the event. Sandor takes on the inaugural '3 Peaks +1' in Dunedin.
by Jacki Mayne-Davis
A 42.2km race with stunning scenery, friendly people, and the Hot Springs to recover at afterwards. What could be better
by Ian Gilmour
The COVID-delayed inaugural WAI2K Ultra finally got to happen late in 2020. Speedy Wild Thing Ian Gilmour was there. Here's his race report...
by Paula Brown
16th December 2020
"I was running this race for my friend and even shitting my pants wasn't gonna make me stop"... a raw, gritty and truthful account of one awesome Wild Thing's Kepler Challenge.
by Cheryl Kessack
11th December 2020
Overcoming the odds is a hallmark of how both Cheryl Kessack and Total Sport go about things!
by Cheryl Kessack aka 'Dory'
16th November 2020
This is a rollicking tale of mud, determination and camaraderie. And more mud! Enjoy...