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Water Safety New Zealand Partnership and Sector Development Manager Cory Sweeney joins the show to look at the huge number of drowning deaths in New Zealand this summer and what is being done to try and prevent them from happening. more »

Auckland Aces coach Matt Horne’s side has booked itself a place in this weekend’s Ford Trophy final, against either the Central Stags or the Otago Volts. He joins Brendan to look back on the campaign thus far and ahead to the big finale. more »

3News sports presenter Michelle Pickles shares her thoughts on a variety of topical sports happenings. more »

We catch up with successful Auckland City coach Ramon Tribulietx to find out what’s been going on with him and his players since the side’s giant-killing run at the FIFA Club World Cup in Morocco. more »

Duco's Martin Snedden joins the Breakfast of Champions team to preview this weekend’s Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines tournament at Eden Park. more »

We catch up with TAB bookie Kieran McAnulty to find out the latest odds and see if we can put some extra notes in one lucky listener’s wallet. more »

Racing journalist and broadcaster Aidan Rodley is the right man to be talking to when it comes to the annual Karaka sales. He joins the show before heading down the motorway to get in on the action of day two. more »

Former Chiefs and New Zealand Under 20 first-five Gareth Anscombe joins to show from his base in Wales to talk about his inclusion in the Welsh squad for the upcoming Six Nations Championship. more »

Football commentator Adam Summerton is on the line to bring listeners up-to-date with all the latest from the English and the European competitions. more »

we cross now to the RadioLIVE Mothership more »

Daily Mail rugby writer Chris Foy looks at Hugh Blake’s controversial call-up to the Scotland Six Nations squad and the Northern Hemisphere’s pre-occupation with signing Kiwi players. more »

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

that kinda works as a name... more »

Former New Zealand cricketer and current NZ Cricket president Stephen Boock joins Brendan to look at the form of the Black Caps in their double-header against Sri Lanka in Dunedin over the weekend. more »

Jim Alexander looks at New Zealand golfer Stephen Alker’s form at the PGA Tour’s Humana Open at La Quimta and the less-than-stellar form of Robert Allenby following his ejection from the recent Hawaiian Open. more »

We talk to ESPN Radio Hawaii sports presenter Josh Pacheo about the bizarre case of Australian golfer Robert Allenby, who claimed he was kidnapped, beaten and robbed by unknown assailants after crashing out of the Sony Open in Hawaii. more »

Former Black Caps star Jesse Ryder is with us to discuss his upcoming boxing bout against controversial WhaleOil blogger Cameron Slater and what his cricketing future holds. more »

Warriors star and golden boot winner Shaun Johnson joins the Breakfast of Champions to map out another big year in his steadily-improving career, starting this weekend with him captaining a star-studded Warriors side at the Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines. more »

Racing aficionado Andrew ‘Butch’ Castles joins us to look at the Premier Yearling Sales at Karaka over the next couple of days. more »

Fairfax cricket writer Mark Geenty joins Nate and Monty to review yesterday’s sixth one-day international between the Black Caps and Sri Lanka at University Oval in Dunedin. more »