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39. STEPHANIE MOORHOUSE

Training through injury, body shaming and delayed puberty were just some of the challenges that faced retired gymnast Stephanie Moorhouse throughout her career from the age of 4 to 18. At the height of her career, Steph would train up to 40 hours per week which saw her win a gold medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games, a bronze medal at the 2003 World Championships and compete at the 2004 Athens Olympics. Steph joins host Sam Squiers to discuss the demands on young gymnasts who peak in their teen years, transitioning to life after elite sport and her response to the Australian Human Rights Commission report into gymnastics which revealed a culture of abuse, misconduct and bullying.

27. JADE FINDLAY

A casual interest in horse riding saw Jade Findlay spend her gap year working for one of the world’s best eventing coaches and accidentally falling into her sport. Jade joins Sam Squiers to discuss how eventing works, competing alongside the royal family and what could be done to better support women returning to the sport after having kids.

Meet Modern Pentathlete Chloe Esposito

Chloe Esposito is about to embark on her second Olympics in modern pentathlon, a sport she has a strong family history in.

Golden Girls! How Women’s Rugby has Changed & the Media has Changed Too

Sevens Olympic Gold Medallist Nicole Beck and journalist Sam Squiers reflect on what’s changed in Women’s Rugby since they first met for a story 8 years ago

Freyathlon – One Woman’s Own Olympic Challenge

41 sports before the closing ceremony of the Rio Games, be inspired by Freya Rodger’s very special Olympic journey.

98.7 Seconds With Jessica Fox

As many questions in 98.7 seconds as we get to know Olympic kayaker and all round awesome gal Jess Fox

This Jessica Fox Video Will Have Your Heart Thumping!

Olympic Kayaker Jess Fox takes us in the mind of a champion in this powerful clip revealing the harsh mental and physical demands of her sport.

Launch of Snowsill 2.0

What’s next for Olympic & 3 x World Triathlon Champion Emma Snowsill? Could a return to racing be on the cards?

Still on ‘Tops’ of the World – What Drives Edwina Tops-Alexander

Edwina Tops-Alexander speaks exclusively to Sportette about the joys and hurdles of growing up in Australia, the challenges of mixed competition, the retirement of Cevo Itôt du Chateau and what still drives her to be the best.

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