Katherine Downes and Iain Carter discuss the historic merger between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf. They are joined by the Telegraph’s golf correspondent Jamie Corrigan and Dan Rapaport from Barstool Sports to unpick the story and what this means for golf. Plus, Iain speaks to Keith Pelley, CEO of the DP World Tour about the decision.
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The Michael Johnson one
40:34Sprint legend Michael Johnson joins Katharine Merry and Allison Curbishley on the podcast to discuss his many career highlights that have included winning eight world titles and four Olympic gold medals. The American chooses as his 'gold medal achievement' his sensational 200m and 400m double at his home Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996. It wasn't easy to find a 'wooden spoon moment' but Johnson explains that he still holds some regret about losing a race at high school. 03:35 Bronze medal achievement 10:00 His favourite distance to run 13:18 Best achievement by another athlete 16:40 Silver medal achievement 25:38 Wooden spoon moment 27:30 Gold medal achievement
The Steve Backley one
35:52In this episode Steve Backley reflects on the greatest moments of his career as a javelin thrower. He talks about being a world record breaker on three occasions and winning Silver at the Sydney Olympics in 2000. He discusses his famous rivalry with Jan Železný and how they pushed eachother to achieve their best. Plus, what’s the strangest object Steve Backley has ever been asked to throw? 04:20 - Bronze medal achievement 10:00 - Best achievement by other athlete 20:15 - Silver medal achievement 23:25 - Wooden spoon moment 27:20 - Gold medal achievement
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The Colin Jackson One
42:26Former World Champion, World Record holder, and Olympic silver medallist Colin Jackson is the latest legend to join the pod and sit down with Katharine Merry and Allison Curbishley. Colin reminisces about winning the world title in 1999 in Seville shortly after the death of a training partner, winding sprinters up by winning the 60m flat in Paris, and a jet ski fiasco with Linford Christie and John Regis. Timecodes 04:17 – Bronze medal performance 18:36 – Silver medal performance 26:49 – Wooden spoon moment 36:51 – Gold medal performance
The Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill One
34:59Dame Jessica Ennis-Hill is the latest athlete to discuss the most memorable moments from her career and she looks at some of the highlights in the sport that stand out for her. She reminisces on watching a remarkable world record breaking run from Usain Bolt in 2009 and having an unlikely fan in Denzel Washington. Ennis-Hill also talks about returning to compete as a mum and how that impacted her Olympic performance in 2014 and reflects on her gold medal win on Super Saturday at London 2012. 02:50 Bronze medal achievement 07:10 Best achievement by other athlete 11:40 Silver medal achievement 18:10 Wooden spoon moment 22:45 Gold medal achievement
The Paula Radcliffe One
40:07In the next episode, Paula Radcliffe relives some of the greatest moments in her career on the track, on the road and cross country. She looks back on the moment that Ingrid Kristiansen set the marathon world record and discusses her heartbreak at the 2004 Athens Olympics. Radcliffe also reflects on happier times with setting the world record at the London Marathon in 2003 and she also discusses the personal significance of the number 17. 04:00 Bronze medal achievement 07:00 Best achievement by other athlete 12:05 Silver medal achievement 16:05 Wooden spoon moment 22:50 Gold medal achievement
The Dame Denise Lewis one
38:17In this latest episode the spotlight falls on Dame Denise Lewis as she shares her experience of claiming Gold in 2000 Sydney Olympics, seeing the Commonwealth games come home to Birmingham and her journey to the top of the sport. She also details how her life changed following global success. TOPICS 02:10 Bronze medal achievement 09:30 Best achievement by other athlete 13:30 Silver medal achievement 23:40 Wooden spoon moment 27:10 Gold medal moment
The Steve Cram one
44:55On the first episode of the All About: Athletics podcast, Steve Cram takes centre stage to talk about his medal laden career in the 800 and 1500 metres. Hear the former World, European and Commonwealth champion discuss his love for Oslo, his admiration of Usain Bolt and his greatest achievement. Cram also relives his most embarrassing moment, including an almost ‘royally’ awkward situation at the 1986 Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh. TOPICS 04:00 Bronze medal achievement 09:20 Best achievement by other athlete 11:30 Silver medal achievement 22:30 Wooden spoon moment 30:10 Gold medal moment
All About: Athletics
6:02As the Athletics World Championships head to Budapest, join Katharine Merry and Allison Curbishley as they sit down with some of the biggest names in athletics - discussing their career highs and lows. In this new podcast series, you'll hear from the likes of Denise Lewis, Jessica Ennis-Hill, Michael Johnson, Paula Radcliffe and more.
Golf’s Historic Merger
30:26Katherine Downes and Iain Carter discuss the historic merger between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf. They are joined by the Telegraph’s golf correspondent Jamie Corrigan and Dan Rapaport from Barstool Sports to unpick the story and what this means for golf. Plus, Iain speaks to Keith Pelley, CEO of the DP World Tour about the decision.
All About the PGA Championship 2023
46:20BBC golf correspondent Iain Carter is joined by Greg Allen from RTE to look ahead to the PGA Championship being held at Oak Hill, Rochester, New York. After missing the cut at The Masters, Rory McIlroy tells Iain how he had never been so sure that he was going to have a strong week at Augusta National and how he’s dealt the disappointment since. Iain also chats to world number one Jon Rahm on what it was like to win the Masters’ green jacket last month and how he deals with the pressure of being the best in the world. You’ll hear from Team Europe’s Ryder Cup captain Luke Donald on what it’s like to get ready for a major whilst preparing for the Ryder Cup. And we have a feature length interview with the 2003 US PGA Championship winner Shaun Micheel, 20 years on from his unlikely victory at Oak Hill.