Saraya says goodbye to WWE: “For the past 11 years, you’ve let me live out my dreams.”
Stan Wawrinka is ready for Wimbledon: “I did not know if I would ever make it back. But I loved tennis too much not to try.”
Derek Jeter pens a letter to his younger self: “You’re going to live out your wildest dreams. You’ll be a Yankee. A champion. Even a Hall of Famer.”
This is Jade Cargill in her own words.
Mikaela Shiffrin on losing her dad and the real nature of grief: “Some days, it’s so hard to put one foot in front of the other. That’s grief. That’s being a human.”
Jamie Chadwick on her goals: “I want to be that next female driver in Formula One. I want the next time I write here to be about my first championship in F1.”
Team GB Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington shares some advice with young girls.
Madison Bowey wants to correct the narrative about Black players in hockey.
Malakai Fekitoa shares the story of a tsunami hitting his home country.
Greig Laidlaw was born to play rugby: “I’m still so happy that rugby chose me. I’m so happy for everything that happened.”
Maro Itoje's dream was to play for England Rugby.
This is the story of Eddie Kingston: “I have been everything in this life. I have been an angry kid. I’ve been a depressed teenager. I’ve been an addict.”
Colin Wilson opens up: “When I shared my story here last year, I was holding something back.”
Jon Bolding shares what playing for the England powerchair football team means to him.
Gwen Berry on her protests, the importance of Black lives and why the IOC needs to change.
Bryan Danielson has a message for the WWE fans: “I loved my time in WWE. Needless to say, it changed my life.”
Skateboarder Leticia Bufoni pens a letter to her father ahead of her Olympic debut.
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce on why she runs: “Track is Jamaican culture. It’s tradition.”
Parisa and Kasra were medal-winning Taekwondo athletes in their homeland of Iran when they were forced to flee.
Pur Biel hid with his mother and brothers in the bush to avoid government troops when civil war was ripping Sudan apart in 2005.
Days away from competing for her second UFC belt, Jessica Andrade shares how she's challenged the status quo and changed the game forever.
Pierre Gasly on his relationship with Red Bull, losing his friend Anthoine Hubert and his win at Monza
We need to clearly show the next generation of young women the realities of sports.
Ultimately, getting to leave your sport on your own terms is all you can really hope for as an athlete.