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The ecstasy and torture of adventure racing

Hamilton law firm Tompkins Wake put in a superb effort to win this year's Great Cranleigh Karui Run's 13 kilometre corporate challenge across Coromandel Peninsula. To read more click on the headline above.

Five days of adventure in Southland

Five days racing from Milford Sound to Queenstown has left Cranleigh director Andy Reid with a thirst to d more expedition racing. Andy was part of a mixed team that took part in the inaugural Godzone Adventure Race in Southland. To read more click on hea…

Dedicated sports watching pays off for Young Gun

Matthew Willacy is one of Cranleigh's "Young Guns". He has joined the talented and elite team of young analysts after starting his career at Westpac in the graduate programme. To read more click on headline...

Cyclists queue for inspirational challenge

Cranleigh is proud to take on the principal sponsorship of the country's best cycle race and the toughest one day contest in the Southern Hemisphere. The 200km Cranleigh race attracts elite and serious cyclists from New Zealand and around the globe who pi…
The race is named after Kuaotunu the sleepy community on the east coast of Coromandel Peninsula. I

Space and views

Cranleigh clients and friends will find the company in spacious new Queen Street premises from April 30. The company will be in a fresh new environment reflecting the dynamic but friendly culture of its directors and staff.

Stopover a success

Cranleigh managing partner Paul Bayly has just finished one of his more unusual jobs as chairman of the Auckland Stopover Committee for the Volvo Ocean Race. More than a quarter of a million people visited the race village during the 10 day stopover perio…

Up hill and down dale

Cranleigh's own team made a stunning debut in the corporate race at the Great Cranleigh Kauri Run.

The good, the bad and the ugly

Despite the jibes, comparisons and forgetfulness that led to some moustaches being shaved off, Cranleigh's selfless and generous men, known as Mo Bros, groomed, trimmed and waxed their way into the annals of fine moustachery.
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Radio New Zealand interview with Paul and Andrew Bayly

From Radio New Zealand: Kim Hill's interview with Paul and Andrew Bayly, both Directors at Cranleigh, on their lives pursuing adventure in the mountains, on the ice and on recreated ships.