On the final episode of My Icon: Rainbow Laces, referee Ryan Atkin explains why it was the right time for him to come out in football.
On the sixth episode of My Icon: Rainbow Laces, England's Casey Stoney explains why she chose to speak publicly about her sexuality.
On the fifth episode of My Icon: Rainbow Laces, Team GB cyclist Callum Skinner and Brighton boss Chris Hughton explain why they are vocal LGBT allies.
Sophie Cook, the first transgender woman to work in the Premier League, shares her story on the fourth episode of My Icon: Rainbow Laces.
On the third episode of My Icon: Rainbow Laces, Keegan Hirst talks about coming out in rugby league.
In the second Rainbow Laces episode of My Icon, Olympic gold medallists Helen and Kate Richardson-Walsh discuss their relationship.
In the first Rainbow Laces episode of My Icon, rugby union referee Nigel Owens explains how he conquered fears about his sexuality.
'My Icon' is back, with compelling personal accounts of life in and out of sport - this time with a Rainbow Laces theme.
Sky Sports News' longest-serving presenter Mike Wedderburn reviews our My Icon series, which ran throughout Black History Month.
#MyIcon Ep 33: Heather Watson admits she has faced gender-specific barriers during her tennis career.
#MyIcon Ep 32: Michael Campbell says his drive came from his desire to prove to the world that Maoris can play golf.
#MyIcon Ep 31: Double Paralympic champion Kadeena Cox says sport has helped her come to terms with her disability.
#MyIcon Ep 30: The 'Heart of Darts' Deta Hedman says it is pure tunnel vision every time she steps on to the oche to represent her country.
#MyIcon Ep 29: Double world champion Christine Ohuruogu says it is a "beautiful feeling" when you succeed as part of a team.
#MyIcon Ep 28: Chris Powell hopes to see a larger Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic population in coaching and management in years to come.
#MyIcon Ep 27: Olympic gold medallist Denise Lewis want to see more black females taking an active role in sport.
Colin Kaepernick’s stance against perceived police brutality against black people in America is “bigger than the game”, says Ian Wright.
#MyIcon Ep 26: Aspiring youngsters from the BAME community need to see sportspeople that look like them, says former Olympian Jeanette Kwakye.
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