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Where is God amidst serious disappointment in sport?
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.
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.
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?
Danno is interviewed by Pete Nicholas about elite sport, identity and mental health. This includes a Q+A.
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.
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?
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?