The story of history-maker Roy Francis, whose pioneering coaching techniques helped guide Hull FC and Leeds to championship glory.
Norman Cowans' standout spell in the 1982/83 Ashes not only inspired England but gave hope to a generation of Caribbean children in the UK.
As part of Black History Month, six current and former Premier League footballers open up about their black idols.
Deta Hedman will become the second oldest debutant in PDC World Championship history later this year, after John MaGowan debuted at the age of 64 in 2006.
Britain has one black elite swimmer. Former world No 1 Rebecca Achieng Ajulu-Bushell says it's "still a white sport" but is hopeful change is happening.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink discussed the effectiveness of the Rooney Rule and the lack of opportunity for black managers and players.
Ifeoma Dieke, Scotland Women's first black captain, says she hopes her achievements will inspire others to follow in her footsteps.
Paul Hull talks playing for England, meeting Nelson Mandela, and why there are few black players moving into coaching.
Is Andrew Watson the most influential black footballer of all time? He helped crush England twice in the 1880s and has been compared to Pele....
As part of Black History Month, Japhet Tanganga, Wilfried Zaha and Michail Antonio give a fascinating insight into life as a young black footballer in London.
In the latest instalment of Hidden Figures, we look into the tragic and turbulent story of James Peters, England's first black rugby player.
James G Robertson features in our Hidden Figures online series, bringing to life the stories of under-the-radar sporting pioneers throughout Black History Month.
NFL Network's Steve Wyche says there is "still a way to go" when it comes to diversity representation at the head coach and GM level.
Devon Malcolm on how bowling Sir Geoffrey Boycott kickstarted a career famed for a nine-wicket haul against South Africa.
The extraordinary tale of Berlin-born former prisoner of war Harry Edward and how he became Britain's first black Olympic medallist.
A World War II veteran who made history at Crystal Palace and worked for England and Man Utd, Tony Collins is English professional football's first black manager.
Courtney Rumbolt and Dean Ward reflect on their historic medal win in the four-man bobsleigh at the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympic Games.
Golf Channel's Damon Hack believes it will take the world's top golfers to speak out on racial issues for more progress to be made within the sport.
Desmond Douglas features in our Hidden Figures online series, bringing to life the stories of under-the-radar sporting pioneers throughout Black History Month.
Wales rugby icon Glenn Webbe explains how he dealt with racism and the pride he had in wearing the Welsh jersey.