All sports interviews should be like this

Ruby Tui and Michaela Blyde look unassailable in the race for 'best interview at the Tokyo Olympics' gold.

The cutting-edge tech helping NZ athletes shave seconds from their times

Incredible ability, tireless hard work and great coaching are no longer enough to ensure success on the global sporting stage. You need the right tech, too.

What is ‘ROC’ and why are they winning so many Olympic medals in Tokyo?

A mysterious team called ROC is currently in the top 10 on the Olympic medal table.

A tragic’s guide to watching the Olympics

Top tips for getting the most from the Games, from your couch.

Sports Archive

Review: The first hours of SENZ, Aotearoa’s new sports radio station

Sport on the radio is back with the launch of the local arm of an Australian media giant.

Do you have to be thin to win?

Elite sportswomen are expected to be faster, stronger, fitter, and leaner than ever before. But at what cost to their health?

Direct from the Middle Ages comes a new contender for worst NZ sports column ever

Sam Casey's column for Rugby News is an insult to wāhine players, to the sport in general, and to everyone's intelligence.

Eat it, haters. NZ are the champions, the greatest test side in the world

Cricket tragic Samuel Flynn-Scott celebrates the remarkable achievement of our world-champion Black Caps.

We just watched the Black Caps make cricket history

A monumental overnight World Test Championship victory, and the culmination of six days of intense early-morning podcasting.

The man who propelled the Black Caps to the brink of their greatest ever glory

'I’m almost most proud of when I stepped away. I knew the team was ready to go in a different direction. The team was ready for Kane.'

Match fit: A sleep expert on surviving the overnight World Test Championship final

The World Test Championship final poses severe challenges for any NZ-based fan hoping to watch it overnight.

Five burning questions in the NZ v India battle for cricket’s biggest prize

Following a staggering seven-year turnaround in form, the Black Caps have arrived in Southampton to take on India for the World Test Championship final.

The self-help book NZ Rugby needs right now

How teams can rebuild and rebrand – and win.

In sports, major consequences from years of ‘minor’ knocks to the head

There's a growing body of overseas evidence that repeated small blows to the head can lead to chronic brain injuries. Is that true in New Zealand too?

The incredible story of lost tennis legend Ruia Morrison

One of New Zealand's most successful tennis players has fallen through the cracks of sporting history. Madeleine Chapman tells the story of Ruia Morrison, Wimbledon quarter finalist.