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After being afflicted with polio as a youngster, Ade refused to let disability get in the way of his love for sport and became ‘the Michael Jordan of wheelchair basketball.’ He represented GB at the European and World Championships, and won Paralympic bronze. He has since trekked through rainforests and hauled himself to the top of a 5,000’ volcano. Ade describes how he realised his condition wasn’t a big obstacle, and how we can all set our own boundaries.

Keith has coached junior and senior runners in both Olympic and Paralympic competition – including the 2012 men’s amputee 4x100m team. His athletes won one gold and two silver medals in London. Bringing his sporting know-how together with a background in management training, Keith shares techniques to build trust between one another – like a relay team. Getting audiences on their feet, he shows how they can develop the will to improve their performance.

Clare is the First Lady of TV sport. The ex-champion jockey fronts Royal Ascot and hosts the weekly chat show. 2016 sees her covering all the action from Rio. After dinner Clare shares highs and lows, and takes guests behind the latest back page headlines. She is also adept at live Q&A with sporting heroes.

Martin has progressed from copper to Crimewatch presenter. In between times he enjoyed a successful career as a rugby forward, earning 31 international caps. With natural comic timing, the 6’10” colussus compares his own sport to football, and reveals the part he played in the Harry Potter phenomenon.

Boris Becker is still the youngest ever Men’s Singles Champion at Wimbledon. He amassed 49 titles in all, including 6 Grand Slams. Boris shares his experiences as a World No.1, an entrepreneur and now as coach to Novak Djokovic. He explains why the Serbian star looks no further ahead than the next match.

Roger was part of the team that clinched gold from the Americans in the 4x400m relay at the Tokyo World Championships. He also won Olympic silver, beaten only by Michael Johnson in Atlanta. Having achieved individually and as part of a team, Roger understands what it takes to become a champion and describes his 'Five Fundamentals' for success.

After 40 years with TMS, Blowers is a commentary box legend. He claims half his listeners are women. After dinner Henry might relive that moment when he found himself in a hotel corridor covered only in a small paper doily, or explain how a cricket match is just like a symphony.

One of cricket’s greatest all-rounders, ‘Beefy’ racked up 14 Test centuries and 383 wickets. He also played football for Scunthorpe, and was voted both Sports Personality and Pipe Smoker of the Year. He is now a Sky commentator, an inspiring fundraiser and an obsessive angler.

Though plagued with injury, Kyran earned 170 Saracens caps and 50 for England – including a big contribution to the famous World Cup win. He explains how the team had several leaders, each responsible for their discipline but following a single game plan. As in business, they fought hard to deliver results and to leave the opposition in their wake. After dinner, the Dancing on Ice champion tells how his team became the best in the world - and describes the journey from turnovers to toe loops.

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