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One of rugby league’s great characters Jim Banaghan is on the show as we get his take on the biggest stories in his code. more »

New Zealand Breakers assistant coach Paul Henare joins the Breakfast of Champions team to preview his top-of-the-table side’s home game against the Townsville Crocs at the NSEC in Auckland tonight. more »

Phoenix goalkeeper Glenn Moss previews his side’s game against Sydney FC this weekend and explains why he has signed on with the Wellington-based club for another two years. more »

New Waikato coach Sean Botherway is something of an unknown on the New Zealand first-class rugby scene, but he beat off a couple of stern challengers in Peter Russell and Neil Crowley to be named the new Mooloos coach. He tells us how he plans to pull the once powerful province out of the provincial rugby doldrums more »

Auckland 22-year-old Avalon Biddle is more than holding her own against her male counterparts in the motorcycling world. In fact, she’s humbling some of the cream of Europe’s young stars. She joins the Breakfast of Champions as she prepares to tackle the inaugural European’s Women’s Cup. more »

Auckland City goalkeepers Jacob Spoonley and Tamati Williams join the Breakfast of Champions team to talk about their side’s nail-biting loss to San Lorenzo at the semifinal stage of the FIFA Club World Cup yesterday. more »

Speedway aficionado and LiveSPORT Summer Speedway host Barry Brown is with us to set the scene for another scintillating season of speedway action. more »

hello mothership.... more »

Wales on Sunday rugby correspondent Andy Howell is with us to look at some of the ingenious training methods Kiwi coach Warren Gatland will use before the Red Dragons attempt to claim their maiden Rugby World Cup crown in England and Wales next year. more »

we get up to date with LiveSPORT reporter John Day more »

here comes the best more »

Highly respected USA Today and MMAjunkie.com writer Mike Bohn looks back on the highlights and lowlights of the UFC/MMA year, and what he hopes to see happen in 2015. more »

Former Auckland City player and All White Chad Coombes joins the Breakfast of Champions as we count down to his former club’s mouth-watering FIFA Club World Cup semifinal against Copa Libertadores champions San Lorenzo this morning in Morocco more »

Former Black Caps batsman Mathew Sinclair offers his weekly take on all things cricket. more »

Tall Blacks star Isaac Fotu is with us to talk about his good run of form with his new club in Spain, La Bruixa d'Or Manresa, and the unfortunate circumstances that saw him have his NCAA eligibility revoked at the University of Hawaii. more »

Former Olympian Sarah Cowley joins the show to explain why she is giving up her athletic endeavours in exchange for a Communications degree and a career as a sports broadcaster. more »

ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne joins the Breakfast of Champions with all the latest from her neck of the sporting woods. more »

we cross now to the RadioLIVE mothership more »

Senior NBA.com writer Steve Aschburner brings listeners up to date with all the latest from the world’s greatest basketball competition, including the Golden State Warriors’ incredible 16-game winning run. more »

we get up to date with LiveSPORT reporter John Day more »