Locals get their hands dirty to raise funds

Locals get their hands dirty to raise funds

Hundreds turned out on Sunday for the Muddy Buddy challenge fundraiser for Tasman School. The weather was perfect, and the crowd was in good form. It was Gaynor Fisher’s first time, but it won’t be her last. “This is brilliant, you can’t help trying to stay clean at...
Stack smashes 34-year record

Stack smashes 34-year record

Waimea College’s Adam Stack smashed the over-16’s high jump record this week, beating a record that was set by James Campion in 1986. James set the record at 1.9 metres in 1986, a record he shared with Neil Gardener, Adam’s uncle. He still remembers the day in 1986....
Bensemann speeds to first national title

Bensemann speeds to first national title

Richmond’s Reuben Bensemann has produced his biggest win on a bike by claiming the New Zealand down hill title. The 23-year-old was the most consistent rider across four rounds of racing to take the title at his first attempt. “I wanted to give it a crack and see how...
Action aplenty for Speedway

Action aplenty for Speedway

Youth met experience at the Milestone Homes Top of the South Speedway last Saturday night. The ‘Racing for the Kids’ Child Cancer fundraising meeting saw the Donaldson Civil youth ministock- mania be the feature grade along with the closed super stock club title and...
NZ Heritage Sport at Nelson A&P Show

NZ Heritage Sport at Nelson A&P Show

Wood Chopping is a sport that requires eye-hand coordination, strength, fitness, dedication and a lot of technique and all of this will be on display at the Golden Edge Nelson A&P Show 2019. “We just chop it in half,” says Dave McEwen, President of the Nelson...