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Netball New Zealand chief executive and ANZ Championship board member Hilary Poole looks at the relative strengths of the Kiwi teams and conference and the Silver Ferns’ test series against Australia in October. more »

Emirates Team New Zealand chief executive Grant Dalton offers his reaction to changes to the 35th America’s Cup, which will see smaller boats used and Auckland no longer used as America’s Cup qualifier host city. more »

New Zealand Universities coach Brendon Timmins joins the show to look at his side’s upcoming tour of Japan and the current good form of his former Super Rugby franchise, the Highlanders. more »

New Zealand BMX hero Sarah Walker talks about her recovery from injury, being involved in Crankworx, and looking ahead to this weekend’s national championships in Christchurch. more »

Auckland Rugby General Manager (Commercial) Ross Halpin joins the Breakfast of Champions to discuss a new initiative that will see Auckland First XV rugby broadcast live on the internet. more »

Blues first five-eighth Daniel Bowden talks about his long-awaited return from injury last weekend and this weekend’s big grudge match against the Chiefs in Hamilton. more »

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

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Former All White Sam Malcolmson offers his summation of a young All Whites’ outing against Korea earlier this morning. more »

Former Black Cap Ian Smith joins Brendan to offer his final thoughts on the Cricket World Cup and look ahead to this evening’s New Zealand Cricket awards. more »

New Zealand Herald rugby writer Campbell Burns joins Brendan to look at Charles Piutau’s surprise departure to Irish rugby at the tender age of 23. more »

SEN journalist Darren Parkin is with us from Melbourne to look at the fallout from the Cricket World Cup final and the Australian squad that has been named for the upcoming series against the West Indies and England. more »

Rugby league commentator Andrew Voss joins the Breakfast of Champions to look at the fourth round of 2015 NRL action, including the Warriors’ disappointing loss to the Broncos in their 20-year anniversary match. more »

In-form Hurricanes fullback Nehe Milner-Skudder has come a long way since he was in the LiveSPORT studio earlier this year. We talk to the exciting youngster about his own good form and that of his table-topping team. more »

Former All White Harry Ngata is with us to help review this morning’s international friendly between the All Whites and Korea. more »

Australian import and former Socceroo Joel Griffiths joins the show to discuss his move to Wellington and coping in the A-League without seven internationals. more »

New Zealand Under 20 coach Scott ‘Razor’ Robertson is with us to talk about the squad he has named for the upcoming Oceania Under 20 tournament and what he made of Monty’s victory over Adam Hollioake in Christchurch on Saturday night. more »

Boerewors for Breakfast: SuperSport’s Brenden Nel joins us to look at all of the latest sporting news out of South Africa. more »

The one and only Colonel Bob Sheridan joins the show from Las Vegas to bring listeners up to date with all the big boxing and betting news happening in the USA right now. more »