Extra Time for 30 August 2013
In this week's edition of Extra Time the stocks of New Zealand's world number one amateur golfer, Lydia Ko, continue to rise. The reigning Olympic and world champion Mahe Drysdale defends his decision to go to the rowing world champs despite failng to reach the semi finals. Otago prepares for its first defence of the Ranfurly Shield in six decades. Jelly fish and raw sewage are just a couple of the challenges ahead for Wellington swimmer Casey Glover as he attempts to swim the English Channel and the All Whites head off to Saudi Arabia as they buildup for their qualifying matches to reach the world cup in Brazil next year.