Live Saturday morning global sports show with reports, debate and humour.
We hear some very special memories of Diego Maradona - who has passed away aged 60.
We talk to the designer behind New England Patriots Quarterback Cam Newton's iconic hats
Former world champion Heather Hardy reveals the realities of making a living from boxing
Seth Gottesdiener has been cycling across the USA to gauge the mood of his nation in 2020
Former gymnast Danell Leyva on how he revealed his sexuality on National Coming Out Day
We hear about both the men's and women's NRL Grand Finals.
Jacob Viera was almost killed by a Tanzanian gang after he refused to be a drugs mule.
LA gym owner Seth Gottesdiener is cycling across America to assess the mood of his nation
She is the first Native American woman to sign a professional contract with a NWSL club
Tiara Brown discusses balancing life as a black athlete and police officer in the USA.
Elly Oldroyd presents the programme from inside the cricket bio-bubble at Old Trafford.
We speak to Manchester City player Janine Beckie about the start of the WSL.
This week on Sportshour, we take a look at the boycott of sports in the US.
17 time Paralympic medallist Tatyana McFadden on a new documentary on the Games.
Sportshour talks college football after two of the game's major conferences are cancelled
Farid Noori's hopes of being the first Afghanistan mountain biker at the Olympics.
London Lions star DeAndre Liggins on the return of the NBA and his friend LeBron James
Alyssa Nakken discusses becoming the first woman to coach on field in an MLB game
We discuss the Washington Redskins decision to change their controversial name and logo.
We travel to Southampton where England face the West Indies
We are at the Derby ahead of the 241st event and go to Wimbledon to visit Rufus the Hawk
We look at Liverpool's incredible season and their first top-division title in 30 years.
We look at the return of the Premier League and the Black Lives Matter movement's impact
Chicago Fire forward CJ Sapong on kneeling during the US national anthem.
'I fear for my life because of the colour of my skin' - basketballer Natasha Cloud.