Sportstalk with D'Arcy Waldegrave

Sportstalk with D'Arcy Waldegrave

D'Arcy Waldegrave lives and breathes sport. He loves motorsport and revels in the torment of being a Warriors and Black Caps fan. Whatever the sport, big or small, he’s got a view. His non-stop enthusiasm sees him battle it out with a diverse selection of armchair commentators resulting in a sometimes explosive, but always compelling show weeknights 7pm-8pm on Newstalk ZB.

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August 3, 2021 6 min
Former Olympic sprint canoeist Steven Fergusson believes there's more medals to come for Lisa Carrington, who took home two golds today.
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The New Zealand men's eight won gold at the Olympics for the first time since 1972.
Rower Athol Earl, who was part of that 1972 eight, spoke with D'Arcy Waldegrave about the 2020 team's victory.
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TVNZ correspondent Guy Heveldt talks about the Australian covid outbreak in the Olympic village.
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Swimming commentator John McBeth on why Lewis Clareburt is so special and why the commentators keep forgetting him.
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Olympics sevens commentator Tony Johnson talks about what tactics New Zealand will need to employ to win against Fiji in tonight's gold medal match.
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There will not be a New Zealand presence at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.
The New Zealand Rugby League informed tournament organisers on Thursday that the Kiwis and Kiwi Ferns would not be attending the event in England.
It's not a unilateral action, with the Australian Rugby League Commission (ARLC) also confirming that they would not be sending teams to the tournament, which is due to kick off in October.
In the joint stateme...
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World Rugby has confirmed five law trials that will start globally for a year, including the opening Bledisloe Cup test from August 7.
The move has been dubbed a progressive player welfare strategy.
Alongside the trials, a panel of independent concussion consultants - not affiliated with playing teams - will provide expertise on whether a player should return.
The trials include two used in the southern hemisphere – the goal-line drop...
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Not even cancer can keep Alex Pledger away from the basketball court.
The former Tall Black and Breakers player is suiting up for the Southland Sharks tomorrow night in the New Zealand NBL, just three months after being diagnosed with colorectal cancer.
Pledger's likely to play a couple of minutes, but he doesn't have any expectations.
"Overall, pretty happy that I've got myself to a point where I can suit up and take ...
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Do the All Blacks need a statement game this weekend against Fiji?
The first two tests of the year have seen a 102 win over Tonga followed by a comfortable winning margin that belies the intense challenge that Fiji gave Ian Foster's side.
Former All Blacks coach John Hart told D’Arcy Waldegrave that the Fijians surprised everyone by coming out with a physicality people weren’t expecting.
However, he thinks the All Blacks will step...
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The Warriors are packing their bags for the fifth time in 18 months - but coach Nathan Brown's looking at the positives.
The Kiwi NRL club is relocating to the Gold Coast today for the remainder of the season.
Brown says some people in New South Wales can't go to work with the Covid-19 lockdown, so his team are grateful to be able to play rugby league and get paid for it.
He told D'Arcy Waldegrave there's also not much...
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Our man and football tragic, Jason Pine joins the show to dissect England's incredible 2-1 win over Denmark.
Is it coming home? surely now... 
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Will it be England or will it be Denmark against Italy in the European Championship final?
The two teams will play in the second semifinal match at Wembley Stadium.
England has not lost a match nor conceded a goal so far at Euro 2020 and will be playing in its national soccer stadium.
Denmark has lost two matches and lost its best player. Midfielder Christian Eriksen suffered cardiac arrest in the team's opening match and had to b...
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The All Whites quest for 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification will take them to the Middle East.
The qualifying tournament to decide Oceania's top qualifier has been earmarked for next January, and will likely be outside a FIFA window - meaning some of the top All Whites may not be available for selection.
There were hopes the tournament could be hosted in New Zealand, but MIQ has turned down an application for quarantine spaces.
Tha...
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Paul Vaughan has been sacked by the St George Illawarra Dragons after he illegally hosted a party last Saturday which was attended by 12 other Dragons players, breaching Covid-19 protocols.
The Dragons board decided to tear up the remaining 15 months of his deal which was worth around AU$750,000.
Vaughan was already fined $50,000 dollars by the NRL and slapped with an eight game ban, as well as being fined by New South Wales Police f...
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Fullback Reece Walsh will suit up for the Warriors for Sunday's NRL match against the Sharks, after returning from a hamstring injury.
The 18-year-old reclaims the number one jersey, shifting captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck to the wing and Edward Kosi to the bench.
Brisbane import Matt Lodge gets his first start at prop while Kodi Nikorima slots back into the halves in place of Chad Townsend.
Loose forward Jazz Tevaga replaces the inj...
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The Warriors finally have what they've been missing throughout the 2021 NRL season - experience.
Midseason signings Dallin Watene-Zelezniak and Chad Townsend have both been named to start against the Dragons on Friday night in Gosford.
Watene-Zelezniak has played 143 NRL matches, while Townsend's notched up 187.
Coach Nathan Brown told D'Arcy Waldegrave their experience will be needed.
"You'd like to think their exp...
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The New Zealand Olympic triathlon team for Tokyo has been named - but there's a been controversy over the selection process. 
11th ranked Hayden Wilde will spearhead the quartet.
Tayler Reid's been given the second men's spot over the higher-ranked Sam Ward.
Several athletes appealed their omissions, but the retirement of Sophie Corbidge has paved the way for the naming of Ainsley Thorpe and Nicole van der Kaay in the wome...
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Australian Cricket Captain Tim Paine joins D'Arcy on Sportstalk to dissect the World Test Championship and yes, apologise for his wrong prediction that the Blackcaps would lose. 
How's that humble pie tasting Tim? Good on him for owning it!
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Black Ferns Sevens Captain Sarah Hirini and rower Hamish Bond will lead New Zealand's athletes into the Tokyo Olympics, with the pair named as dual flag bearers for the opening ceremony.
This is the first time New Zealand has named dual flag bearers, selection one male (Te Pou Hapai Tane) and one female (Te Pou Hapai Wahine) athlete to have the honour.
The announcement was made in Auckland last night; however, a private gathering...
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