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'What a race': Kiwi cyclist takes stunning victory in Europe
Kiwi cyclist Patrick Bevin is one stage away from the biggest prize of his career.
Blown away: White Ferns embarrassed by Australia at World Cup
The Kiwis were brilliant for the first 25 overs then awful for the next 55.
White Ferns dodge rain to claim first World Cup victory
The White Ferns have overcome two foes to clinch their first victory at the World Cup.
'I want the ball': The unlikely heroine that broke White Ferns hearts
An unlikely source handed the West Indies an incredible victory over the White Ferns.
Disaster in the final over: White Ferns stunned in World Cup meltdown
This was meant to be a celebration. Instead, the White Ferns delivered a catastrophe.
Player ratings: How the Black Caps performed against South Africa
Niall Anderson analyses how all 11 Black Caps performed in the 1-1 test series draw.
The wait goes on: Black Caps crumble to defeat, miss out on history
This has not been a good summer for the Black Caps.
Black Caps need a miracle as superb South Africa near victory
Black Caps will enter day five at 94-4, needing 332 to win, or bat the day for a draw.
Black Caps and South Africa locked in thrilling battle
The Black Caps will need to pull off a rare feat for victory over South Africa.
'He makes it look so easy': De Grandhomme gives Black Caps a lifeline
The Black Caps' saviour could be a man who bats more freely than anyone.
Black Caps in trouble after South African bowlers strike
New Zealand's 90-year wait for a test series victory over South Africa could continue.
Bold call pays off: Resurgent South Africa put Black Caps under pressure
South Africa needed to produce something bold, and they did.
The Black Caps' sole headache ahead of second test
There's one minor problem with the Black Caps' transformation into a dominant test team.