NZ Dominates Transatlantic Race

New Zealand continues its domination of long distance rowing with two outstanding results from the Ward Evans Atlantic Rowing Challenge. Matt Goodman and Steve Westlake arrive in Barbados after 42 days at sea. They were greeted by Rob Hamill, the previous race-winner who had to pull out of this year’s event after breaking his hand. Just over a week later, the first women’s team arrives: the New Zealanders Jude Ellis with Steph Brown. They are an impressive fourth overall.


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How Middle-Distance Runner Nick Willis Trains

How Middle-Distance Runner Nick Willis Trains

New Zealander Nick Willis, 39, “who has been at the sharp end of middle-distance running for over two decades”, speaks to the UK’s Athletics Weekly magazine about how he trains in…