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The player who started a movement
Reflections ahead of a huge weekend for the Rugby World Cup
From the Volleyroos to Bible college
Thoughts from a US Open Winner and Solheim Cup winning captain
Danno chats to a three-time Rugby World Cup player.
Insights from a top-level cricket analyst
An open letter to players at the FIFA Women's World Cup
England’s cricket revolution shows us something about how sport was meant to be played.
Thoughts from a multiple Paralympic gold medallist
Both winning and losing are gifts from God...really?
Thoughts from a top-level academy football coach
Reflections from an elite rower who chose not to do the Olympics
Wrestling with being benched every week
Reflections from a former NFL quarterback
For pro athletes Christmas is one of the busiest times of the year.
Thoughts from a top-level football coach.
Dear Friend, it’s Game Day in the World Cup.
Reflections from a top-level physiotherapist
Where is God amidst serious disappointment in sport?
Is it OK for a Christian athlete to see a sports psychologist?
Insights from a top-level sports psychologist
Gospel community in the cutthrouat world of professional football coaching
It’s the biggest match of your lives. It’s the match you’ve been building up to for years. But it’s a match that doesn't define you.
Three encouragements from the book of Daniel for when sport takes you away from home.
The world of professional sport offers little comfort to players amid contract negotiations despite this being an incredibly testing time.
What have we learnt about retirement over years of working with elite athletes and how does the Bible shape our thinking?
Two time Olympian Adam Pengilly shares his Winter Olympic story.
Anna Tipton (nee Sharkey) helps us understand what it's like to be a Christian in the Paralympic sport of goalball
Five-time Olympic chaplain Dr Ashley Null joins the podcast to unpack his experience of pastoring athletes.
A letter to all Olympians as they prepare to experience the rollercoaster of the Olympic Games.
England U21s coach Michael Johnson joins us to speak a few days after Euro 2020 about diversity, leadership and how his faith impacts his coaching and roles in senior leadership within football.
Olympic squads are being finalised. What can you say to someone who has worked 4 years to not get the call up?
This weekend saw the thrill of the British Olympic trials. The ecstasy and the agony of sport was palpable as athletes saw years of training for one plane ticket decided by centimetres and seconds. What help can God bring at times like this?
The current pressures on elite sportspeople are growing. How can we support them at this time?
Ever wondered what our work with elite athletes consists of? Men’s golf worker Kenny Crawford helps us step into the world of staff supporting and serving those in elite sport with the gospel.
Danno is interviewed by Pete Nicholas about elite sport, identity and mental health. This includes a Q+A.
Danno sits down with Bruce Dyer and Bobby Hassell as we speak about racism in professional football and the proactive steps Barnsley Football Club have taken to address the issue.
A recent article in the Daily Mail outlined the large number of British athletes struggling with mental health problems following their retirement. Speaking with UCB Radio on this topic, here is a summary of our conversation.
What’s it like on the inside the elite environment of top level sport? How would it be to seek to play for Jesus in the world of pro rugby?
Jonny Reid interviews Graham Daniels, the General Director of Christians in Sport about the principles behind our decision and how that plays out in practice.
For a sportsperson, their identity, their sense of worth can be completely wrapped up in their performance. What does it then mean to have sport in its right place, to help our identity be solid and secure in Christ and not based on performance?
Psychology is a big deal in modern sport. From Steve Peters' now famous 'chimp paradox' to the in-house sports psychologists employed by many professional clubs. Now it is almost as common to have a therapist as it is a personal trainer. What are we to make of this from a Christian point of view?
Danno chats to former rower Debbie Bruwer (née Flood), whose 15-year international career included two Olympic silver medals and three World titles. Like all the former athletes we’ve featured in this series, retirement was far from a smooth process for Debbie
Danno chats to former rugby wildman turned youth coach Chris Jones and ex-Winter Olympian Adam Pengilly about retirement. Chris talks about trying to fill a void in his life left behind by rugby, while for Adam, it was easy to think that part of his identity had disappeared
Danno chats to former professional golfer Alison Nicholas about her retirement. Although she achieved great success on the course with 18 tournament wins, Alison found the transition to life after golf far harder than she expected
Having played more than 400 professional matches over a 17-year career, Linvoy shares some of the challenges he faced in making the transition to life after football and offers advice to elite athletes approaching retirement today
It has been amazing to see how God has grown the work of supporting professional and elite-level footballers. Here, two members of our Performance Team explain how they are encouraging the next generation of UK footballers.
Why should Christian athletes at the top level get stuck into church? Having met a series of elite sportspeople over the course of the year, we now discuss another key issue that comes out of many of the interviews
As the Rio Olympics get under way today, ex-athletes Debbie Flood and Adam Pengilly tell us what it is like to compete at the games
Having met a series of elite sportspeople over the course of the year, we now discuss this key issue that comes out of many of the interviews. Maybe it’s something you’re asking yourself as you seek to follow Jesus or are considering doing so?
Turn to the back pages at the moment and it is difficult to get away from doping scandals. How as Christians should we think about these issues?