Mon, 28 Jul 14
27 days remaining
On this week's Sportsworld podcast, Lee James was at one of the biggest global sporting events - the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Commonwealth Games historian Philip Barker and outgoing Commonwealth Games chief exectutive Mike Hooper joined Lee to discuss why the Games are so important and how it's profile can be improved. What lengths do other athletes have to go to, to make their dream of competing at the Commonwealth Games a reality? To find out, Lee was joined by St Helena swimmer Ben Dillon and Ghana's first track cyclist Jeddie Amoako-Ackah who thinks the future of African cycling is bright. Sunday was a ground breaking day for womens cycling. After vigorous campaigning from some of the worlds elite women road racers, the first edition of La Course took place in the French capital. Chrissie Wellington has been one of those campaigning - she told Sportsworld's Sarah Mulkerrins that she hopes it will only be the start of a bigger Course in the future.
Mon, 21 Jul 14
20 days remaining
A Sportsworld Special Women at the Wheel...the role of women drivers in formula one. Presented by Jennie Gow and James Allen we hear from British racing driver Susie Wolff, deputy team principal of the Williams Formula One racing team Claire Williams and former McLaren driver John Watson.
Mon, 14 Jul 14
13 days remaining
Join Lee James for the last of the Sportsworld podcasts from the World Cup in Brazil. Lee is joined by guests Betise Assumpcao Head former press officer for Ayrton Senna and Brazilian Olympic gold medallist volleyball player Jackie Silva as they look back on a fantastic tournament.
Mon, 7 Jul 14
6 days remaining
In this week's Sportsworld podcast, join Caroline Barker from Wimbledon as she brings you highlights from the past 14 days of the Championships at the All England Club. Guests include Nick Kyrgios' coach Simon Rea and the ladies wheelchair doubles Champion 22 year old Jordanne Whiley.
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