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Oct 23, 2015

As part of Karen's Resilience 7 week online series, she caught up with Steve:

Resilience is an inside job: Interview with Steve Gurney

October 23, 2015 by 

Last month as part of my 90-day Resilience for Leaders programme, I caught up with the ever-energetic Steve Gurney to talk resilience: what it is, how it applies to life and performance, and what it takes to win against the odds. Steve, one of New Zealand’s most respected adventure athletes, inventor, speaker and author, speaks candidly here about some of his biggest adventures, coming back from the brink of death, and overcoming some of life’s biggest challenges – including losing his home in the 2011 Christchurch earthquake. He has just a bit of experience to draw from!

Apr 16, 2015

Motatapu Mountain Bikers riding through river waterTips from Steve Gurney as a Roving Bike Mechanic

Motatapu Mountain Bike Race

Rough, wet and muddy mountain weather was inevitable after 9 years of fine and fast conditions.
Feb 17, 2015

Lots of fun horsing around with the media crew for the Speights Coast to Coast - including Steve Dickson from New Zealand Adventure magazine.  Thanks for the photo Steve!

 

Horsing around with the Coast to Coast media team

Feb 16, 2015

by Charlie Mitchell, published in The Press in Christchurch, New Zealand

The car park at Jade Software is usually overflowing with cars, as is the case at many mid-sized, office-based companies.

But this week is different.  The entranceway is littered with bicycles.  They cover the footpath and spill onto the lawn.

Dec 18, 2014

Check out these classic videos of the 1985 Alpine Ironman. A bold claim, but probably the best race in the history of multisport! John Howard and I were joint winners.

Those were the days when in races we took responsibility for our own safety and judgement of risk. Good on ya Juddy! (race director)