Listen to Extra Time for 24 June 2016 28 min 9 sec
Sport headlines with summaries.
Former England players lined up to savage their national team after one of the nation's most embarrassing defeats, a 2-1 loss to tiny Iceland which sent them spinning out of the European Championship.
Open-water swimmer Kane Radford has been added to the New Zealand Olympic team after he successfully appealed his initial exclusion from the Rio Games.
Iceland pulled off one of the greatest shocks in European Championship football history when they recovered to beat England 2-1 in their last 16 clash. (AUDIO)
There will be an all New Zealand driving lineup for Australian Supercar team DJR Team Penske next season, with Scott McLaughlin having signed with the outfit.
Richie Patterson and Tracey Lambrechs have been selected to represent New Zealand in weightlifting at the Rio Olympics.
Roger Federer has opened his 18th consecutive Wimbledon challenge with a straight sets win over Argentina's Guido Pella.
Equestrian great Sir Mark Todd will become the most capped New Zealand Olympian when he competes at the Rio Games in August.
The New Zealand tennis number one Marina Erakovic has shown plenty of grit to win her first round match at Wimbledon.
Italy broke a 22-year hoodoo to end Spain's bid for a record third successive European title with a deserved 2-0 win in the last 16 of Euro 2016.
The Magic have been well beaten 71-47 by the Queensland Firebirds in Hamilton in their penultimate game in the trans-Tasman netball league.
The return of halves Daly Cherry-Evans and Jamie Lyon could not stop Manly falling to a 30-26 defeat to North Queensland in Townsville.
A total of 67 Russian athletes have lodged appeals against their bans from this summer's Rio Olympics.
Thermal cameras will be used at the Tour de France to detect motors in bikes.
Lionel Messi has retired from international football after missing in a penalty shootout as Argentina lost a fourth major final in nine years.
Lydia Ko's reign as the Queen of women's golf continues.
New Zealand's planning for their 2019 Rugby World Cup defence received another boost when All Blacks prop Joe Moody signed a contract extension until after the tournament in Japan.
The pressure of Olympic selection could have weighed down on some players at their final hit-out before Rio, the New Zealand Women's hockey team coach says.
Sports Call - Coach Steve Hansen has every right to be happy after the All Blacks passed their first test of the post World Cup era with flying colours, writes Joe Porter.
Armed hold-ups of athletes in Rio preparing for the upcoming Olympics has not prompted the New Zealand team to beef up security for its athletes.
Chile have never beaten Argentina in open play in 27 Copa America meetings in 100 years yet have twice in 12 months dashed the hopes of Lionel Messi's team of lifting a major trophy.