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Commonwealth Games at Roydvale School

25 July 1986

View of students at Roydvale School participating in a running event as part of their own Commonwealth Games event.

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Area: North West / Burnside

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

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Linwood High School students running

30 October 1976

Linwood High School students during a run from Hornby Shopping Centre to Lakeside Domain (35km) to raise money for their schoolmates to attend the national secondary schools' athletics championships in Hamilton.

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Area: East / Linwood

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-00830A

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New Brighton Harrier Club members

Circa 1960s

Two women, members of the New Brighton Harrier Club, running along a residential street in New Brighton. The photograph was taken by the contributor's father, Norman Dawes, who worked for Christchurch City Council as a loader driver.

Creator: Norman Dawes

Area: East / New Brighton

Source: Greg Dawes in the 2018 Christchurch City Libraries Photo Hunt

Reference ID: PH18-051

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Start of go-as-you-please race on Norwich Quay, Lyttelton

8 September 1910

Joseph Henry Manson and his son Ernest Henry Manson are shown setting off. There were 154 entries for the race of whom thirty-five started. The Post and Telegraph office, with its clock tower, in Norwich Quay, Lyttelton is pictured on the right. The British Hotel is shown on the left. Oxford Street can be seen in the background.

Area: South East / Lyttelton

Source: The weekly press, 12 October 1910, p. 29

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City to Surf participant with a sulky

19 March 1977

Rod Lange running and pulling his two daughters, Michelle and Anna-Joy, in a sulky during the City to Surf race in the central city.

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Area: Central City / Cathedral Square South

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

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Mene Mene competing at the Christchurch Commonwealth Games

30 January 1974

New Zealand athlete Mene Mene winning the second heat of the decathlon 100 metres, followed by Sanitesi Latu (Tonga), Robert Lethbridge (Australia) and Sitiveni Rabuka (Fiji) at the Christchurch Commonwealth Games at QEII Stadium.

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Area: East / New Brighton

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