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  • Cricket: Making history at the Commonwealth Games
    As Women’s T20 cricket is showcased in Birmingham for the very first time, we speak to the Australian coach Shelley Nitschke on whether the sport can be an integral part of the Games and even the Olympic movement in the future. Photo: Team Australia take to the field ahead of the Cricket T20 Preliminary Round Group A match between Team Australia and Team India on day one of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images).
  • Commonwealth Games
    We are live at the Commonwealth Games where Katie Smith is joined by former GB 1500m runner Hannah England. they'll be sampling the atmosphere on the streets of Birmingham as the marathon takes place. We’ll hear competing athletes from all over the world from Imranur Rahman, the fastest man in Bangladesh, to the volleyballers of Vanuatu. Plus we preview the final of the Women’s European football championships. Photo: Commonwealth Games branding, including Perry the games mascot, is seen on buildings in the city centre of Birmingham. (Credit: PAUL ELLIS/AFP via Getty Images)
  • Women's football: African impact
    On a big weekend for women’s football we are in Morocco ahead of the final of WAFCON between hosts Morocco and South Africa. Plus we'll preview the last of the quarter final match at the Euros in England. We saddle up with Louise Vardeman cyclist & team manager of InternationElles as the Tour de France Femmes gets underway for the first time in its current incarnation. Ahead of the Commonwealth Games we catch up with secretary general of the Tanzania Olympic Committee Filbert Bayi. He has telling us how he hopes his heroics of 1500 m gold in the 1974 games, a race in which he set the current Commonwealth record, can one day be repeated by a new generation of Tanzanian athletes. Photo: Morocco's players celebrate winning the 2022 Women's Africa Cup of Nations semi-final (CREDIT: AFP via Getty Images)
  • The Open: Secret behind success
    Could Alex Wrigley's secret weapon at The Open be his caddy? Johanna Gustavsson is after all a professional golfer as well as his wife. We are finding out about the small city of Eugene and the reasons behind why the World Athletic Championships are being held there. We delve a little deeper into the Tour de France with Sophie Smith, author of Pain and Privilege: Inside Le Tour. The book details the sacrifice and chaos of the race, and threw up some challenging issues about one of the world's most gruelling events. Plus we preview the last games in Group B of the Euros. Photo: Thomas Detry of Belgium tees off from the 18th hole during Day One of The 150th Open at St Andrews Old Course on July 14, 2022 (CREDIT: Harry How/Getty Images
  • Wimbledon's history makers
    We are live on Centre Court at Wimbledon on Women's Singles final day. Tunisia's Ons Jabeur is attempting to become the first African woman and first Arab to win a grand slam. She faces Elena Rybakina who became the first player from Kazakhstan to make a major final... So whatever the result history will be made. We also preview the days action at Euro 2022 as Netherlands start the defence of their title and get the latest on US basketball star Brittney Griner's detention in Russia Photo: The Venus Rosewater Dish, the Ladies' Singles trophy ahead of The Championships Wimbledon 2022 at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (Credit: Rob Newell - CameraSport via Getty Images)

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