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Interview NBL chief executive Fraser Neill explains what the governing body is looking for in the rival bids for the second New Zealand team in the competition. more »

New Zealand Thoroughbred chief executive Greg Purcell joins Brendan to discuss Central Districts jockey David Walker having his licence withdrawn for pulling up his horse and betting on a rival in the same race. more »

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 »

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen joins us to review the first two Rugby Championship tests and look at what’s happening in and around the All Blacks camp. more »

Counties Manukau midfielder Bundee Aki is with us to talk about this weekend’s Ranfurly Shield match and linking with Mils Muliaina at Connacht in a few months’ time. more »

DPNZ company director Kevin Ledington reflects on Warren Parry’s phenomenal upset victory over world champions Michael van Gerwen at the Sydney Darts Masters. more »

Northern Districts coach James Pamment discusses his side’s upcoming tilt for success at the Champions League Twenty20 tournament in India. more »

Kiwi triathlete Andrea Hewitt joins us on the eve of the final ITU World Triathlon Series event of the season in Edmonton, Canada. more »

Former champion jockey cum highly acclaimed horse trainer Lance O’Sullivan offers his thoughts on the unfolding David Walker betting story. more »

would have played for the Hawks in the Mighty Ducks more »

Legendary football commentator Martin Tyler joins the Breakfast of Champions team to look at one of the biggest weeks in Manchester United history. more »

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

we start Friday off the best way we can... more »

Wellington Saints boss Nick Mills lifts the lid on why he’s not interested in being part of a co-operative bid vying for inclusion in Australia’s ANBL. more »

its time for the Brains Trust with Brendan Telfer and Tony Palmer more »

New Zealand Rugby Union chief executive Steve Tew joins Brendan to look at Sonny Bill Williams’ return to the All Blacks and other pertinent rugby matters. more »

its time for our new segment 'Getting to know...' where we get to know some of the characters in sport. Last week we got to know Scott 'Scooter' Waldrom and he nominated this week's guest... Jamie 'Whoppa' Mackintosh more »

Hawke’s Bay Rugby chief executive Mike Bishop joins the Breakfast of Champions team to look ahead to his side’s Ranfurly Shield challenge and the upcoming All Blacks v Pumas test in Napier. more »

Masterton powerlifter Brett Gibbs joins us to talk about shifting serious tin on the eve of his departure for the Junior World Powerlifting Championships in Hungary. more »

Former All Blacks first five Frano Botica is with the breakfast of Champions team to take a closer look at the No 10 situations on both sides of the Tasman. more »