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  • Qatar Preview - Part Two
    In the second part of Sportsworld's guide to the teams that'll be taking part in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar we'll profile groups E, F, G and H. John Bennett is joined by World Football's Mani Djazmi, African broadcaster Usher Komugisha, South American football commentator Juan Arango and European football journalist Alvaro Romeo for your guide to the groups. Lutz Pfannenstiel, sporting director from St Louis City SC, joins us to talk about how his former Hoffenheim colleague Hansi Flick has transformed the fortunes of the German national team, Canadian Goalkeeper Paul Dolan, who was part of the side when they last made the World Cup in 1986 shares his optimism for the side that ended their 36 year wait for an appearance on football's biggest stage, and JoyFM's George Addo explains how Ghana are strengthening their side ahead of Qatar. (Photo: The FIFA World Cup Winners Trophy is pictured prior to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Final Draw. Credit: Alexander Hassenstein - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
    6/25/2022
    54:13
  • Qatar Preview - Part One
    In the first part of Sportsworld's guide to the teams that'll be taking part in the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar we'll profile groups A, B, C and D. John Bennett is joined by World Football's Mani Djazmi, African broadcaster Usher Komugisha, South American football commentator Juan Arango and European football journalist Alvaro Romeo for your guide to the groups. We'll also hear from the Qatar coach Felix Sanchez as the hosts prepare for their World Cup debut, Australia's Aziz Behich tells us what it means to be back at the World Cup after their playoff win and French Football journalist Sara Menai examine's the defending champions' recent poor form. (Photo: The FIFA World Cup Winners Trophy is pictured prior to the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Final Draw. Credit: Alexander Hassenstein - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)
    6/25/2022
    50:25
  • The Warm Up Track: BBC Athletics Podcast, S2 Episode 2 Eugene Dreams
    Season Two continues with Commonwealth 100 metres champion Akani Simbine, and the reigning Diamond League Shot Put champion Maggie Ewen. Who doesn't like strawberries? What happens in the call room before a 100 metres race? Will having the Worlds on home soil convince Americans to watch Track and Field? What's it like to finish fourth? We're also discussing body image and why athletes don't have to look a certain way to do a particular event. Plus, why the Commonwealth Games needs to come to Africa. IMAGE: Akani Simbine of South Africa celebrates winning gold in the Men's 100 metres final during the Athletics on day five of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games at Carrara Stadium on April 9, 2018 on the Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)
    6/21/2022
    51:25
  • The Warm Up Track: BBC Athletics Podcast, S2 Episode 1 - Jamaica Special
    The Warm Up Track is back! Season Two starts with a Jamaica Special. We're joined by Olympic 100 hurdles bronze medallist Megan Tapper, and reigning Commonwealth 400 hurdles champion, Janieve Russell. Why will this year's Worlds feel like a home from home for Jamaican athletes? Who was a Champs Legend? Who was on course to be an Olympic gymnast? Plus, who's always wanted to be a flight attendant? There's also more serious discussion about why Jamaica's outstanding female sprinters should have been celebrated more during the Usain Bolt years, not just in the years since his retirement. Photo: Megan Tapper of Team Jamaica celebrates winning the bronze medal in the Women's 100m Hurdles Final on day ten of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. (Credit: Getty Images)
    6/14/2022
    53:37
  • Flo-Jo and the women’s 100m world record
    Delyth Lloyd and Ade Adedoyin take a look back at the life and career of Florence Griffith-Joyner, one of the most flamboyant track and field athletes of all time. Over three decades ago, she broke the women’s 100m world record, a mark which still stands today, while she was also an icon off the track. We discuss her legacy with athletes who competed against her and contemporaries who were inspired by her - Grace Jackson, Juliet Cuthbert-Flynn and Dawn Harper-Nelson. We’ll also look at whether the record could be broken in 2022, with Elaine Thompson-Herah and Shelley-Ann Fraser Pryce pushing each other ahead of the World Championships in Oregon. Photo: Florence Griffith Joyner of the USA celebrates her 100m win during the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea. (Credit: Allsport)
    5/29/2022
    53:24

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