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Sierra started competing in the sport of Karate at the age of three. She is now 12 years old and has already competed in over 100 competitions in her home country of the United States of America as well as traveling the world to compete. This extremely talented and fun human being also has her eyes on things away from the Karate Dojo arenas of the …
 
The sport of mounted archery may not be known to many. 13 year old Arwen Adams is ranked in the top 30 in the world in this sport and this go getter from the USA has her sights set on becoming one of the very best in her chosen sport. Away from the tracks Arwen is making her presence felt in many different ways as this young lady has already embrac…
 
In this episode ex Professional Basketball Player Alex Opacic shares with us the daunting journey from being a Professional Athlete where your days are focused on obtaining the goals you have set yourself within your sport to literally starting life all over again. Alex's Basketball journey ended due to injury and it was at that time while in a for…
 
The Tokyo Olympic Games have been somewhat controversial since they were postponed in 2020 due to Covid 19 pandemic. Just a few days from the start of the Games Covid 19 has started to explode across Japan. Many people think that the Games should not take place this year and there is a very unfair playing field for many athletes who are attending. …
 
Nicci Daly is an Ireland women's field hockey international. She was a member of the Ireland team that played in the 2018 Women's Hockey World Cup final. In 2010 Daly was a member of the Loreto team that won the Irish Senior Cup. Daly has also played senior ladies' Gaelic football for Dublin. Since 2016 Daly has worked in motorsport as a data engin…
 
Montell Douglas is a British sportswoman. Originally a sprinter and former British record holder for the 100 metres at 11.05 seconds, in 2017 she took up bobsleigh, and became part of the Great Britain women's two-woman bobsleigh team the following year. Douglas made her first senior major championship appearance at the 2007 European Athletics Cham…
 
Donna Fraser OBE from Croydon is a former English athlete who mainly competed in the 200m and 400m An exceptional junior, Fraser won six English Schools 200 m titles (as well as a silver medal for the 4x100 at the 1990 World Junior Championships before turning to the 400 m in 1991 and becoming European Junior Champion at the distance the same year …
 
Dillion is extremely passionate about the sport of Basketball, and he is one of New Zealand's well known figures in the game. In this episode we hear some very wise words from Dillion directed especially at coaches, and parents. Balance is a vital ingredient to Dillions approach to life and sport and in this episode he airs his concerns about seein…
 
In this often hilarious interview with James Mayo we uncover everything from the sexual exploits of Olympic athletes to James's journey from Yorkshire in the UK, to living and working around the world across the years. Now based in Arizona, USA James tells us about his links to the Mayo Clinic, and his own sporting journey through to his current ad…
 
Kevin C. Young is a former American athlete. He was the winner of the 400 metres hurdles at the 1992 Summer Olympics. In the final of this event he set a world record and Olympic record of 46.78 seconds, which remains unbeaten, and the first time 47 seconds was broken. He became the 400 m hurdles world champion the following year, winning at the 19…
 
Kevin C. Young is a former American athlete. He was the winner of the 400 metres hurdles at the 1992 Summer Olympics. In the final of this event he set a world record and Olympic record of 46.78 seconds, which remains unbeaten, and the first time 47 seconds was broken. He became the 400 m hurdles world champion the following year, winning at the 19…
 
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Paul McVeigh is a former Northern Ireland International Footballer who played for Tottenham Hotspur, Norwich City, Burnley and Luton Town in the English leagues. McVeigh started his career at Spurs where he made 3 appearances scoring 1 goal against Coventry. He joined Norwich City in March 2000 on a free transfer. The following season he made 6 sta…
 
Russian Golfer Sofya Anokhina sits down and chats with Global Sports Channel's Tasha Danvers. Sofya walks us through the journey of coming from Russia to the USA and all about her late decision to find a school in the US. The outwardly passionate and focused woman tells us all about finding a college, and how important the schools colors were. Sofy…
 
In this episode host Mark Philpott is joined by Nicci Daly and Christopher Foster. The three get to chat about the current Formula One season with a review of what happened at the Bahrain Grand Prix and what is likely to happen at Imola this coming weekend in Race No 2 of the F1 season. We discuss the rise and fall of Sebastian Vettel. Is the Red B…
 
Jess Walker is a women's K1 200m and K4 500m sprint kayaker and was selected for Team GB at London 2012 in both events. In 2008 Jess competed in the Beijing Olympic Games at the age of 18, where she finished 17th in the women's K2 500m in Beijing. Since then, she has won medals at the Australian Youth Olympic Games, European Championships and World…
 
Paul Burgess is an Australian pole vaulter who became only the thirteenth pole vaulter in the world to reach 6 metres. Paul was originally a gymnast, winning a silver medal at the Australian National Gymnastics Championships as a thirteen-year-old. Having grown too tall to continue with gymnastics, testing at the Western Australian Institute of Spo…
 
In this interview we hear the journey that Artem Yalovenko has taken on his quest to be a golf star. Unlike those who have already 'made it' we hear of the things around what it is like trying to make it in the world of golf. With a best Amateur ranking of 1951 Artem has a dream. Find out what playing a European Tour event at age 14 taught this you…
 
Cole Hocker never ran at Historic Hayward Field. Never a race or a workout. Never witnessed a meet there. “It shocks people sometimes,” he says. No more shocking than what he has done since his arrival at Oregon for the fall of ’19. He is in actuality, if not formally, the fastest American teenager ever at a mile and 3000m. He has achieved things O…
 
Dr Jo Lukins spend her days inside the heads of individuals, teams and organisations – seeking to understand what makes them tick and assisting them to reach their potential. A psychological Indiana Jones, it is a truly fascinating career that she is grateful for every day. Dr Lukins has a PhD in Psychology, over 25 years experience, and a breadth …
 
Daniel Crates is a British former athlete, who specialised in 800m sprinting. He is a former Paralympic world record holder in this event, and won gold medals in a number of international competitions, including the Paralympic Games, European Championships and World Championships.He also plays competitive rugby and is a qualified diving instructor.…
 
Šárka Pančochová is a Czech born snowboarder. She started snowboarding in 2002 at her local mountains in Moravia, Czech Republic. Šárka got her first sponsor in the 2005/06 season. In 2007/2008 at the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour, Pančochová won the 3 Star Quiksilver Snowjam and the Protest and O2 World Rookie fests. She won the title as FIS Jun…
 
The next Coach to grace the airways of the Global Sports Channel is Ralph Mouchbahani. From his base camp in Germany he speaks to Tasha about his journey. Ralph is a editor and co-editor on the Level II/III/IV/V and the Coaches Diploma for the IAAF MEMBER SERVICES DEPARTMENT in the Coaches Education and Certification System (CECS) Syllabus and Curr…
 
In just over one-year Ethiopian-born Sydney teenager, Bendere Oboya improved from 75 seconds to 52.69 in the 400m to go from an unknown athlete to the 2017 Commonwealth Youth champion and record a Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games qualifier in July 2017. In 2003, aged three, Bendere arrived in Australia with her family including four siblings. Aft…
 
Every athlete comes to the end of their sports career. When they do there are many emotions attached to that journey. In this thought provoking episode Global Sports Channel Host Tasha Danvers sits down with Marilyn Okoro, 800m runner from the United Kingdom. Olympic medalist and all round amazing person Marilyn puts it on the line, and shares many…
 
Kristin Armstrong is a former professional road bicycle racer and three-time Olympic gold medalist, the winner of the women's individual time trial in 2008, 2012, and 2016. Before temporarily retiring to start a family in 2009, she rode for Cervélo Test Team in women's elite professional events on the National Racing Calendar (NRC) and UCI Women's …
 
New Zealand is a small country at the so called end of the earth. Yet the country's ability to produce world class athletes has been a phenomenon that has been ongoing for many decades. Samuel Tanner is the latest of amazing talents that has left the black sandy shores of Aotearoa to take on the world of track stars. This kiwi born star in the maki…
 
Throughout his career Michael Frater was seen as the underdog, the little guy who can run very fast. Usain the legend Bolt's team mate but Michael is way more than just that guy. He worked harder than most, coming from a rural upbringing in Jamaica and moving to the USA to train and go to school on a scholarship. It was anything but an easy road to…
 
Exploding 'human capacity' is one way to define Donovan Bailey, and as I found out today while interviewing this great man for the Global Sports Channel, he clearly understands that the journey to authenticity is the greatest single journey we as human beings can take. As I started my day in Australia, and he melted into his afternoon in Canada the…
 
The second show in our Panel discussion series and in this episode we bring together English Weightlifter Jo Calvino , Australian Sprinter Jake Doran, and Australian Hurdler Jascha Coetzer. We get to hear the views of the panel about how difficult it is to be a professional sports person. The expectations that are beset on you right from the beginn…
 
Cameron Hammond was born in Moree , New South Wales, Australia. He is an Aboriginal professional boxer who represented Australia at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India and 2012 Summer Olympics in the middleweight division. After both the Commonwealth and Olympic games, his goal was to turn professional. Cameron has had several pro fight…
 
Tonie Campbell is an American former hurdler. He is the 1988 Olympic bronze medallist in the 110m Hurdles, the 1987 World Indoor champion in the 60m hurdles, and won the 1985 World Cup title in the 110m hurdles. A three-time winner of the 110 metres hurdles at the IAAF Grand Prix Final, he also won the 1987 Overall Grand Prix title, with fellow hur…
 
James Horwill is an Australian rugby union player, who has played for the Australian national side, with 61 caps to his name. He captained the Wallabies a number of times, including during the 2011 Rugby World Cup. He now plays in Cambridge for Cambridge University R.U.F.C Horwill played more than 129 times for the Queensland Reds, including 116 Su…
 
Christoph Sauser is a cross-country mountain biker who won the bronze medal at the 2000 Olympic Games in Australia. He currently races on the Specialised Cross Country Team. He was the overall winner of the UCI World Cup in 2004 and 2005, along with taking 2nd in 2002 and 2003, with a 3rd place in 2001. He has won a total of 10 World Cups. In 2006 …
 
After less than 2 years specializing in the 400m Katherine Merry found herself in the Olympic Final lined up against Australia's Cathy Freeman in one of the most memorable moments in sporting History. In this interview she talks about being the fast WHITE girl, wanting to kick Linford Christie in the shins, interviewing Caster Semenya, and fighting…
 
The first in our new show called Athletes Confessions. The panel on this show included Olympic Bronze Medal winners in Marilyn Okoro and Tonie Campbell along with dual Australia Olympian Paul Di Bella. In this show we learn how each of the Guests got started in Track and Field. We talk about what they found difficult about breaking out as a profess…
 
Neville Southall MBE is a Welsh former international footballer. He has been described as one of the best goalkeepers of his generation and won the FWA Footballer of the Year award in 1985. He played internationally for Wales, winning 92 caps between 1982 and 1998, though he did not feature in any major international competitions. As an individual,…
 
Jamie Baulch is a Welsh sprint athlete and television presenter. He won the 400m gold medal at the 1999 World Championships As a member of British 4x400m relay teams, he won a gold medal at the 1997 World Championships and silver medal at the 1996 Olympic Games. He represented Wales at the Commonwealth Games where he won an individual silver and a …
 
Alex Peroni is an Australian racing driver and 2016 Challenge Monoplace champion. He will compete for Carlin in the 2021 Indy Lights Series. After recovering from the injuries sustained in his crash at Monza, Peroni returned to compete in FIA Formula 3 with Campos Racing at the delayed start of the 2020 season. At pre-season testing in Bahrain, in …
 
Dalilah Muhammad is an American track and field athlete who specialises in the 400 metres hurdles. She won the gold medal at the 2019 World Championships, setting the current world record with a time of 52.16 seconds. She was also the 2013, 2016, and 2017 American national champion. At the 2016 Summer Olympics, she won gold in the 400 metres hurdle…
 
In this episode we talk to a rising star in the world of diving. He talks about the life decision of choosing between gymnastics and swimming before he was even 15 years old, what moment in diving made him feel so sick he wanted to throw up, and what it takes for him to perform at his best. Andrew is the son of Michael and Darlene Capobianco...He h…
 
Johan Kriek is a retired South African-American tennis player and founder of the Global Water Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering clean water to the world's neediest communities. He won two Australian Open titles and reached the semifinals at the French Open and US Open, as well as the quarterfinals of Wimbledon. Johan won…
 
Meet Martina Kwan Martina Kwan is a Race Car Driver, War Survivor, Award-Winning Business Founder and Entrepreneur, Speaker and Transformational Coach. She has worked for some of the World’s best companies and successfully founded 2 award-winning companies. She won Emmy and Telly Awards for Production Management and Producing with So! Animation, th…
 
Steve is a former American track and field athlete, winner of three gold medals at the 1988 Summer Olympics and 1992 Summer Olympics. Born in Los Angeles, California, Steve Lewis took up track at with the Los Angeles Jets youth track club under the direction of Ronald Moore and later went to Banning High School. He would go on to attend UCLA. As a …
 
She's crazy funny, and her road to multiple Olympics games was very different than most. Tasha Danvers heralds from Jamaican roots. Jumping high, and jumping early was something that came to her at a young age. With the support and direction from her Father, Tasha naturally became attracted to the high hurdles and it wasn't long before she knuckled…
 
At the age of six Vera Zvonareva picked up a tennis racket and never looked back. Growing up in Moscow she honed her game on courts that had carpet as the surface. Her first overseas exchange experience when she was a young girl was to London, and she shares her memories of London, the food, the culture after traveling for the first time from Russi…
 
Paul Di Bella heralds from a small town in Far North Queensland in Australia. At a young age Paul worked out that he could run fast, and it wasn't long before the world of athletics was in front of him. We relive his journey from the time that he left home to move to Brisbane to train, and we hear of the setbacks that he encountered on the way, set…
 
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