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  • Roger and out
    We hear from Roger Federer on what he plans to do after his retirement from tennis Photo: Roger Federer celebrates victory with the trophy after the men's singles final match against Andy Roddick July 5, 2009 (CREDIT: Paul Gilham/Getty Images)
  • A new season for the WSL
    We look ahead to the start of the new Women's Super League season and what impact England's Euros success might have on the growth of domestic women's football Photo: Chelsea lift the Barclays FA Women's Super League Trophy (Credit: Henry Browne/Getty Images)
  • Queen Elizabeth II and Sport
    We look back at the sporting life of Queen Elizabeth II Image: Queen Elizabeth II (wearing her Cartier diamond Palm Leaf Brooch, which belonged to Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother) attends day 5 of Royal Ascot 2021. (Credit: Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images)
  • 'I'm not a soldier, I'm not a killer'
    As acting president of the Ukrainian Athletics Federation Yevhen Pronin main task is to be a focal point, to ensure Ukrainian athletes have what they need to perform to their best ability on the world stage. In the past few months Yevhen has juggled his duty to Ukrainian athletics, including leading the team at the World Championships in Eugenie and in Munch last month at the European Championship and the war. Today he is on the front line of the war with Russia. Today he is operating deadly drones. Today is a totally different day in the life of Yevhen Pronin. He's has been telling Caroline Barker just how different his life is now and his hopes for the future. The World Para Athletics championships, should be taking place in Kobe, Japan. The city was due to host both the International Paralympic Committee (the IPC) championships and the IAAF World Championships. The IAAF reorganised their competition, taking place in Eugenie in July, but the IPC were unable to do so meaning para athletes were left without any tournament. Triple gold winning Paralympic sprinter Nick Mayhugh tells us about not competing, on why it's so important to have big characters in the sport, even if that means some people don't like you. Plus the importance of educating people about para-sport and challenging stereotypes about cerebral palsy Hockenheim is the venue this weekend for the first race of the GT World Challenge since it's return from a summer break. It's only been a month, but for the women of Iron Dames it must seem like a life time ago. Denmark's Michelle Gatting was part of the team that recently became the first all-female team to win their class at the historic 24 hours of Spa. She been telling me about entering the history book, the challenges she's faced throughout her career and what this victory could mean for women in motor sport (Photo: Yevhen Pronin in uniform Credit: @pronin_law_you/Instagram)
  • Bikes will change the world
    Cyclist Luis Angel Mate, who has already planted 100 trees, tells us why he will plant a tree for every kilometre he's in a breakaway group in this years Vuelta a España. The pledge will be matched by race organisers and his team Euskaltel - Euskadi. Mate has seen first hand the damage that wild fires can do after his home town was badly affected last year. It will be particularly poignant when he rides through the town on the 12th stage of this years race. He's been explaining his passion for the environment and how he believes "bikes will save the world". US golfer Morgan Hoffmann was diagnosed with a form of Muscular Dystrophy, a condition that causes his muscles to weaken, back in 2017. Since then he has been on a journey of self discovery that has seen him make a home in the mountains of Costa Rica. Hoffmann explains what he has discovered and how he has adapted his lifestyle and diet in an attempt to manage his condition. He now intends to open a retreat in order to help others. In the meantime the now 32-year old who recently played a number of tournaments, hasn't ruled out a return to professional golf too Arsenal legend Paul Davis talks about his new book Arsenal and After. The book covers the midfielder's career on and off the pitch and once his playing days were over. We hear about the importance of black role models to his success and how he was affected by racism inside and outside of the game. We also hear about what has changed and what significant issue still remain. Plus the incident Davis believes cost him his chance to play for England. Photo: Luis Angel Mate of Spain and Team Euskaltel - Euskadi competes through gravel road in Ubeda, Spain. (Credit: Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

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