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New Zealand's single scullers go into next week's World Rowing Championships with completely contrasting build-ups but with a common goal.
Former Olympic champions Mahe Drysdale and Hamish Bond are struggling to adjust to life in the big boat.
Tom Sermanni says his fourth world cup appearance is just as important to him as his first.
The Football Ferns aren't dreaming of World Cup glory, success for them is rather less ambitious.
Paige Satchell may only be 21 but playing at a World Cup has been a dream for the Football Ferns forward for most of her life.
New Zealand under-20 men's football coach Des Buckingham believes the culture within his side is playing a big part in their success at the World Cup. Video
In a year of world cups, RNZ Sport turns the spotlight on the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.
While on the field there was plenty of success for our athletes this year, 2018 may well be remembered as the year of sporting reviews.
There is something special about attending a cricket Test and watching it at the Basin Reserve is probably as good as it gets in New Zealand.
The future of the Wellington Phoenix in the A-League football competition has got even murkier.
It was with much interest that I saw Joe Schmidt's nomination for the 2018 Halberg Awards.
The women's Twenty20 Cricket World Cup starts tomorrow and for the first time it's a stand alone event.
A new season, a new coach and revamped playing roster but will anything change for the perenial A-Legue strugglers, the Wellington Phoenix?
Sports Call - The Wallabies may not have had the best results under his guidance, but the intense and emotional Michael Cheika deserves his place, writes Barry Guy
The All Blacks coach Steve Hansen could well field a side against Argentina this weekend similar to the one that beat the Pumas in Nelson earlier in the competition.
The New Zealand rowers Robbie Manson and Mahe Drysdale will go head-to-head at the World Cup regatta in Lucerne this weekend with the victor gaining a place in the New Zealand team.
New Zealand will have a cyclist competing for the overall title in the first of the three Grand Cycle Tours of the year, the Giro d'Italia which starts in Jerusalem this weekend.
Siblings competing together at the highest level of sport is nothing new and perhaps it's no surprise that families can compete together on the World stage.
The Wellington Phoenix have a new coaching staff and new players for the start of the A-League season this weekend, but can the fans expect much of a change with the new season getting under way.
First Person - Ahead of the Lions tour of New Zealand next month, Barry Guy remembers the shock of being 9 years old and realising his father was rooting for the Lions in their 1971 series against the… Video
The Halberg sports award winners will be announced tonight with Olympians expected to dominate the annual awards.
Sports Call - The Southern Hemisphere rugby teams normally romp through Europe on the end of year tours, but that's not the case this year, Barry Guy asks if it's a concern.
Sports Call - Sir Gordon Tietjens shouldn't be remembered for the All Blacks Sevens' disappointing Rio Olympics, writes Barry Guy. Video
Sports Call - Rio will be considered a success for New Zealand but the focus is now shifting to the long-term development of many sports, Barry Guy writes. Video, Audio
Sports Call - After winning silver in Rio, Val Adams can still be considered the best in the world - she's just not the Olympic champion any more, writes Barry Guy.