Highly-acclaimed feature where Gus Kenworthy reveals the serious struggles he experienced before & after coming out in 2015.
Bullied, attacked with acid, stereotyped & racially abused - but Michael Gunning is determined to make positive change in his sport.
Vanessa Sahinovic was one of Austria’s leading young synchro swimmers but her Olympic dream was ended when she was hit by a bus at an event.
The incredible story behind GB’s ‘Meat-wagon’ crew who were awarded Olympic bronze five years after the drug-ridden Sochi 2014 Games.
Most athletes must overcome obstacles to achieve their dreams but few will have had to endure struggles quite like Kim Woods..
Anguillan-born aspiring GB Olympic sprinter Zharnel Hughes on chasing records on the track & in the air. EXCLUSIVE in Jamaica.
Sam Ward ‘s face is held together by metal plates & 31 screws. He suffered from night tremors after his accident but is targeting an Olympic comeback.
In 2008 Mallory Weggemann walked into hospital; she would never walk out. Four years later she became a Paralympic champion.
Tom Daley looks back on his incredible life in and out of the water, revealing how becoming a father has given him renewed motivation.
British Paralympic champion Will Bayley reveals how a cancer diagnosis as a child led to him taking up para table tennis.
His life could be a movie. 'Up to no good' in 'rough' Manchester, petrol-bombed in N.Ireland, protecting the Queen & racing at the Olympics..
"My son will be mixed race. I want him to be judged on his achievements, not his skin colour,” states the Olympic champion.
"Winning Olympic gold is the most extreme natural high you can ever experience,” says Matt Mitcham. "That's why I became a drug addict!"
"I'm young, I'm black, I have quadriplegic cerebral palsy and I want to show equestrian is not just for rich, white people,"
"Some say I'm the new Anthony Joshua, but one day I aim to be even better and dominate," says aspiring Olympic heavyweight Delicious Orie.