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  • The athletes of 2022 share their hopes for 2023
    Mondo Duplantis, Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone and Noah Lyles are among Ed Harry’s guests as Sportworld reflects on the year in Track and Field and looks ahead to 2023. Also joining Ed are the former global 800 metres medallist, Jenny Meadows, along with Ade Adedoyin and Katie Smith. Plus, we’ll hear from two of the sport’s rising stars, Erriyon Knighton and Adriana Vilagos. Photo: Armand Duplantis of Team Sweden reacts after setting a world record and winning gold in the Men's Pole Vault Final on day ten of the World Athletics Championships at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
  • Ninety years of World Service Sport
    As the BBC World Service celebrates its 90th anniversary, we look back on nine decades of sports broadcasting. From the launch of Saturday Special in 1959 through to the present day, this is the history of BBC World Service sport featuring iconic sporting moments, familiar theme tunes and memories of presenters past and present. Mike Costello, Russell Fuller, Caroline Barker, Lee James and Nishat Ladha join Delyth Lloyd to take a trip down memory lane. (Photo: Sportsworld presenter Lee James at the 2018 Fifa World Cup. Credit: BBC)
  • World Cup 2022: team of the tournament
    Former US goalkeeper Brad Friedel, former Congo defender Chris Samba and football reporter Maz Farookhi join Delyth Lloyd as they discuss who will make the team of the tournament for the 2022 World Cup. There are some rules: the formation is 4-3-3 as it’s been the most used during the competition, the panellists could only select 3 players from one nation and Delyth will have the final say on who will be going into the BBC World Service World Cup XI.
  • The art of knockout football
    World Cup winners Frank Leboeuf and Heather O'Reilly, former Leicester City and Celtic manager Martin O'Neill, former Brazil goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes and Iceland midfielder Johann Berg Gudmundsson reveal the secrets of navigating the knockout stages of a football tournament. We'll also hear about how players can prepare for these huge matches away from the pitch thanks to Professor Steve Peters, who specialises in mental health and the functioning of the human mind. Narration by Delyth Lloyd. (Image: France win the World Cup, Credit: Getty Images)
  • We need to talk about Qatar
    As the World Cup kicks off Delyth Lloyd is joined by the BBC’s Sports News Correspondent Alex Capstick to examine a range of issues that have overshadowed Qatar 2022, starting with the initial awarding of the tournament, which the former Fifa President Sepp Blatter has since told the BBC was a “mistake”. Yasmine Ahmed from Human Rights Watch joins us to talk about the conditions for migrant workers in the country and says while they have improved, more must be done to compensate workers, and the families of those that have been injured or died in the country. Dr Nasser Mohamed, a gay Qatari now living in the USA, opens up about his experience growing up as a gay man in Qatar, and explained what he hopes to achieve by founding the “Proud Maroons”, a LGBTQI+ fans group for the country’s national team. We also examine the claims around the environmental impact of the tournament, which Fifa insists will be the first carbon-neutral World Cup, and hear from leading environmentalists who’ve told the BBC that claim is "dangerous and misleading". And we assess what impact hosting the tournament has had on the country, and what legacy Qatar’s Supreme Committee and Fifa hope it will leave behind.

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