Who’s hearing our athletes’ cries for help?
On this week’s Extra Time podcast: After investigations into cycling, football and hockey in NZ, now gymnastics is in the spotlight around their athletes’ welfare.
Fearless freeskier takes up a winter affair
Kiwi Winter Olympian and mountain explorer, Janina Kuzma, has become a film-maker, shining a light on gutsy female freeskiers.
Kanah’s struggle to lift out of lockdown fog
Our first world weightlifting gold medallist, Kanah Andrews-Nahu, has struggled coming out of lockdown, and knows she can’t just rely on her talent.
From bungy to big air, Hackett finds her forte
The daughter of a legendary Kiwi daredevil, Margaux Hackett is following her own bold dream in freestyle skiing - with the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics on her near horizon.
Where is she now? Philippa Gould
A four-time world record breaker by 17, Philippa Gould remains New Zealand’s only long-course swimming world record holder. Why did she retire still a teen?
The amazing sporting genes of Tall Ferns hopeful
With an All Black on one side of her lineage, and an NBA player on the other, Olivia Williams is a natural-born athlete who wants to be a Tall Fern.
Why NZ is outlier in world women’s sport
New Zealand is leading the world getting women’s sport back up and running. And new fans around the world are watching.
Young golf star soothed by Chopin sonatas
Picked out as a star by one of the great women golfers of all time, Wellington teenager Darae Chung is preparing herself mentally and physically to play overseas again.
No.1 gymnast Fishwick flips her doubters
Our top artistic gymnast, Maia Fishwick, heads back to the US to join her college team, and tells Suzanne McFadden why her rise has been against the odds.