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New Zealander Glenn Sutton finishes world's toughest race

'It hasn't really sunk in yet – I've had highs, lows, angry times, happy times – every emotion there is,' offers Dunedin runner Glenn Sutton from the finish line of the Badwater 135 at Whitney Portal, near Lone Pine, California.

Irish remember Jarrod Cunningham

London Irish on Tuesday remembered the untimely passing of the great Jarrod Cunningham, who passed away in 2007.

Insanity finishes second in Flagstaff

Insanity head coach James Collins holds his team’s second-place plaque as his players pose for a team photo. Front, from left are: Alicia Rhodes, Ryann Glenn, Brianna Bryant, Chaise Cunningham.

Kiwi Glenn Sutton ready for the world's toughest footrace

The Badwater 135 Ultramarathon is dubbed the world's toughest footrace for good reason: it's 217km of endurance running in temperatures expected to be in the early 40°C range.

Dominant Insanity earn state title

BULLHEAD CITY — The U-14 Insanity softball team returned to Bullhead City after winning a state championship in Kingman on July 11-13.

Kiwi ready for world's toughest footrace

The Badwater 135 Ultramarathon is dubbed the world's toughest footrace for good reason:

Auction fund-raiser supports family

IT was a tragic accident that took the life of a Camperdown man, but now the community is rallying together to help the family of Jock Anderson.

It’s time for Maine to break a cruel cycle of poverty and incarceration

Alan Cunningham of Bangor organizes the thrift shop downstairs at The Together Place in Bangor in February. Cunningham is in the ReFinement program, which allows people convicted of crimes to pay them back through community service.

Ring spotlight set to shine

For the past six months, Kenzie Witt has endured a grueling regimen of training and hard knocks in order to follow the footsteps of his dad — former heavyweight boxing champ Tommy Morrison — into the ring.

Grants freeze to sting

A FREEZE on council grants will cost the City of Ballarat more than $1 million over three years and may cause a rates rise, according to the council’s chief financial officer.

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