Down but Not Out

Greg Henderson won the 6.25 mile New York City Cycling Championship in miserable conditions, despite suffering a crash half way through the race. “Anything can happen in a crash. It all depends on how you land,” said Henderson. “The first thing we saw today was the rain, and you’re two weeks out from the Olympics so you don’t want to crash. And what happens? 30km into the race I crash.” Five other Olympians, including fellow Kiwi Hayden Godfrey, competed in the prestigious event.


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Travel Lockdown a Blessing for US Surfers

Travel Lockdown a Blessing for US Surfers

Back in March, photographer Ridge BenBen and surfer Joe Kisling, both from the US, travelled to the South Island for the Single Fin Mingle logging contest, an annual event that describes…