Listen to Extra Time for 25 July 2014 22 min 25 sec
A day to remember for New Zealand at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games mountain bike park with Anton Cooper winning gold and Sam Gaze silver in the men's competition.
The New Zealand swimmer Lauren Boyle set a new Commonwealth Games record as she swam to the gold medal in the 400m freestyle, her second medal in Glasgow.
A late winner from Simon Child against England has put the New Zealand men's hockey team in control of their group at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Liana Leota proved her versatility as she starred in the shooters' circle for the understrength Silver Ferns in their crushing win over the netball minnows St Lucia.
The league halfback Shaun Johnson and back rower Feleti Mateo return from injury for the New Zealand Warriors' NRL trip to face the Canberra Raiders on Sunday.
The New Zealand tennis player Marina Erakovic has won her first round singles match at the Washington Open in the United States. In her first tournament since Wimbledon, Erakovic has...
World 800 metres record holder David Rudisha began his Commonwealth Games campaign with a comfortable first round victory at Hampden Park.
Nigeria teenager Chika Amalaha, at 16 the youngest female weightlifter to win a Commonwealth Games gold medal, has failed a doping test.
The New Zealand men's basketball team struggled to score in their first overseas World Cup warm-up game, falling to South Korea in Seoul.
An American judge has ruled that the record $NZ 2.3 billion sale of the NBA basketball's Los Angeles Clippers can proceed over the objections of co-owner Donald Sterling.
New Zealand weightlifter Richie Patterson has won gold at the Commonwealth Games in dramatic fashion, with all hope of a medal coming down to his final lift. (AUDIO)
Auckland swimmer Lauren Boyle has snared New Zealand's second medal in the Glasgow pool after snatching silver in the 800 metres freestyle final at the Commonwealth Games.
The New Zealand number one squash player Joelle King has won a bronze medal at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, adding a singles medal to her coffers.
The Lower Hutt shooter Sally Johnston has set a new Commonwealth Games record to win the women's 50-metre prone event and claim New Zealand's first shooting gold medal in Glasgow.
The New Zealand women's hockey team remains unbeaten at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow after edging past South Africa 2-1 in pool play.
The NSW Waratahs coach, Michael Cheika, has named an unchanged starting side for the Super Rugby final against the Crusaders at Allianz Stadium on Saturday.
The All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says he has tried to lure the Chiefs assistant coach Wayne Smith back to Test rugby and take up a position as one of his assistants.
Ian Bell returned to form in spectacular fashion with a superb 167 and debutant Jos Buttler also shone to help England strengthen their dominant position over India on the second day of the third cricket Test.
The return of Daniel Carter from a sabbatical and Charles Piutau and Sam Cane from injury are the highlights of the All Blacks squad named to contest the Rugby Championship.
The younger brother of the Wallaby Will Skelton has joined the Chiefs' development programme in a move aimed at bringing New Zealand born talent back home.
New Zealand's 16-year unbeaten run in Commonwealth Games sevens has ended after they were beaten in the gold medal match by South Africa.
New Zealand's added three gold, a silver and two bronze medals to its tally and set a new Games record in the men's shot put qualifying at the Commonwealth Games on Monday.
It continues to rain gold for the New Zealand track cyclists at the Commonwealth Games with Shane Archbold winning the men's 20-kilometre scratch race.
The runner Zane Robertson's claimed New Zealand's first track and field medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, winning bronze in the 5000 metres.
The Nelson bowler Jo Edwards has won her second Commonwealth Games gold medal, taking out the women's singles at the Kelvingrove lawn bowls centre in Glasgow.
The South African golfer Tim Clark stormed home with five late birdies to pip the American veteran Jim Furyk by one stroke at the PGA Tour's Canadian Open in Montreal.
The under-strength Warriors have suffered their first loss of the season at Mt Smart Stadium, with Daly Cherry-Evans leading the NRL table-topping Sea Eagles to victory.
The Italian cyclist Vincenzo Nibali has won the Tour de France, safely crossing the finish line at the end of the final stage into Paris just over half an hour ago to claim the title for the first time.
South Africa lost the wicket of opener Alviro Petersen for a duck as they chased 369 runs for victory in the second Test against Sri Lanka.
New Zealand's track cyclists have claimed another gold medal of the Commonwealth Games with Tom Scully storming to victory in the men's 40-kilometre points race in Glasgow.
The Sydney Roosters' NRL title defence received a hammer blow with confirmation Sonny Bill Williams will miss up to a month of action with a fractured thumb.
New Zealand has picked up two more bronze medals in Judo at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow to take the judoka team's medal tally to five.
The Crusaders are one win away from claiming their eighth Super Rugby title after outclassing South African side the Sharks 38-6 in Saturday's first semi-final at Christchurch.
The New Zealand track cyclists Simon van Velthooven and Matthew Archibald have won silver and bronze medals respectively in the 1,000-metre time trial in Glasgow.
The New Zealand driver Richie Stanaway has climbed to second in the GP3 standings after winning the feature race at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
First-five Bernard Foley scored a brilliant late try and kicked 11 points to fire the Waratahs to a 26-8 victory over the Brumbies in Sydney and into their third Super Rugby final.
The pool and the athletics track are expected to offer New Zealand's best medal chances on day six of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
The New Zealand women's hockey team have claimed their second win at the Commonwealth Games, beating India 3-0 in Glasgow.
The Timaru shot putter, Tom Walsh, has made an emphatic statement, setting a new record with his first throw in the qualifying round of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.