A web-only programme reviewing the week in sport.
1:00 PM.In this episode, it's been a tumultuous week in Rugby League - players stood down for using prescription drugs and one of them now on medical leave, Parramatta stripped of NRL points for breaching the salary cap, and the Kiwis and Kangaroos preparing to do battle for the number one world ranking. Also, one of our most experienced equestrians pulls out of a major event, and some of our top Olympians prepare for their final lead-in to Rio.
5:46 PM.In Extra Time this week, more woes for the Warriors as coach Andrew McFadden stands almost half of his side down for misconduct. New Zealand Rugby chief executive Steve Tew talks Olympics. Kane Williamson's finally been confirmed as captain of the Black Caps, but why did it take so long? We meet the man "beside" Hayden Paddon's success on the World Rally stage and Equestrian Blyth Tait returns to Kentucky in the hope of reaching the Rio Olympics.
5:00 PM.This week in Extra Time - Valerie Adams and Nick Willis headline the athletics team named for Rio, while Dylan Schmidt is set to be the first New Zealand trampolinist to compete at an Olympics. The All Blacks win big at the Laureus Sports Awards, while the Black Caps are taken by surprise by India's plans for a pink ball Test. Plus, calls continue for some of the New Zealand teams to be culled from netball's trans-Tasman competition - and Auckland City and Team Wellington square off in the Oceania Champions League football final.
1:37 PM.In Extra Time this week, we celebrate as a couple of New Zealand cricketers are named as the best in the World.... New Zealand Rugby continues to do its best to keep our top players here.... the Breakers have gone a long way to finalising their playing roster for the next NBL basketball season, we get an insight into match fixing and we here from a couple of athletes named to compete in this year's Rio Olympics.
4:00 PM.In Extra Time this week Lydia Ko continues to rewrite golf's record books; we hear from New Zealand's latest Olympians, Kiwi athletes are undergoing more drugs tests in the wake of the Maria Sharapova Meldonium scandal, the New Zealand men's 7s team hits Hong Kong, we look back at the careers of Wellington Phoenix defenders Ben Sigmund and Manny Muscat. Plus we celebrate the Hurricanes winger Cory Jane's 100th Super Rugby appearance.
12:30 PM.In the programme this week the Black Caps and White Ferns are bundled out of the World T20 but the tournament's still been a success for the New Zealand cricketers, we preview the start of the trans-Tasman netball competition and there's plenty of pressure on the New Zealand sides, Lisa Carrington heads the New Zealand canoe lineup for this year's Rio Olympics and the men's and women's New Zealand Sevens sides gear up for the next rounds of the World Series on their road to Rio.
12:50 PM.In Extra Time this week…former Silver Fern's shooter Jodi Brown calls time on her netball career after another serious knee injury. The Black Caps and the Whites Ferns remain unbeaten at the Twenty20 world cup - can they go all the way? The Warriors' Shaun Johnson wants to know where the magic's gone? The All Blacks winger Julian Savea gets the hard word from Hurricanes coach Chris Boyd and mountain bikers Sam Gaze and Anton Cooper battle it out for the sole Rio Olympics spot.
2:00 PM.In Extra Time - Wayne Smith signs on for another coaching stint with All Blacks - he tells us what brought him round. Rene Ranger is back with the Blues and eyeing an All Black spot. We head to Rio as NZ Olympic team chef de mission Rob Waddell carries out a final inspection of facilities ahead of August's Games. Sailors Peter Burling and Blair Tuke discuss their Rio selection. And a five strong New Zealand team is contesting the World Indoor athletic champs in Portland, Oregon we hear from shot putter Tom Walsh.
1:00 PM.In Extra Time this week we hear from one of the Black Caps key players ahead of the World T20 in India while a cricketing legend remembers Martin Crowe. The fallout from the Maria Sharapova failed drugs test is discussed and Team Wellington celebrates its first ever Premiership football title. And Mahe Drysdale talks about selection for his fourth Olympic Games and Ironman Cameron Brown celebrates another win.
11:00 AM.In Extra Time this week we remember New Zealand's greatest batsman Martin Crowe. The Warriors kick off the National Rugby League season full of hope, but can they deliver? Changes are in store for netball's ANZ championship - just how much longer will it truly be a trans-Tasman competition? New Zealand Football boss Andy Martin defends the credibility of the organisation after a troubled 12 months. What have the Olympic hammer throw and economics at Princeton University got in common? Julia Ratcliffe explains. And we hear from golfer Ryan Fox, another athlete who hopes to tee off in Rio.
2:30 PM.In Extra Time this week, we preview the re-jigged Super Rugby competition. Outgoing Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum reflects on his career. The sky's the limit for New Zealand pole vaulter Eliza McCarthy and Tennis player Michael Venus talks about his burgeoning doubles career. And Team New Zealand's back on the water in Oman - we hear from skipper Glenn Ashby.
1:50 PM.In Extra Time this week we celebrate the career of New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum.... we find out how Super Rugby preparations are going for the Blues…. it was a big week for Richie McCaw who was named New Zealander of the Year and then accepted the Halberg Supreme Award for the World Cup winning All Blacks.... the Phoenix get an A-League licence extension… we found out what it takes to be an elite rowing coxswain… sailor Peter Burling looks ahead to the Rio Olympics and what about 3 point shooting in netball?