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The Legend proudly supported by HOKA ONE ONE®

August 12, 2014

The Arthur Lydiard Legend Events proudly supported by HOKA ONE ONE® are all set to take place on Saturday September 13th, 2014.

The Arthur Lydiard Legend events were created in conjunction with the master coach himself, on courses that have produced our most famous and successful Olympic athletes, the likes of Peter Snell, Murray Halberg, Barry Magee, Bill Bailey and many others…

Today, The Legend event - which comprises the Lydiard Legend Marathon, Arthur's Half Marathon and the Titirangi 10km and 5km run/walk - is a major road run/walk event on the calendar and is a must-do for any devotee of this icon of New Zealand sport.

In it's 10th Anniversary year, HOKA ONE ONE® have come on board as official sponsor of this great event and as such we will have our award-winning shoes available for purchase at the event registration on Friday September 12th at Shadbolt Park as well as on race day itself.

Being a road event we would recommend the following HOKA ONE ONE® models for your training and racing:

For more information and to enter The Legend proudly supported by HOKA ONE ONE®, click here.





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