The latest series sees six female athletes open up on their journeys and their inspiration - you can find them all On Demand now.
Catriona Matthew talks to My Icon about her stellar golfing career, the challenges of travelling with a young family, and her Solheim Cup experiences
From battling anorexia to alopecia, from a career-threatening injury to coaching rejections, England's Heather Fisher shares her story.
Watch Ramla Ali in the new series of My Icon, showing on Wednesday at 6pm on Sky Sports Mix.
Charlotte Edwards tells My Icon about her England captaincy, the influence of her dad and the growth of the women's game.
Loughborough and Uganda shooter Mary Cholhok is currently starring in the Vitality Superleague - she talks to My Icon about her journey.
Ahead of International Women's Day, Kelly Smith tells My Icon about her childhood playing in boys teams, facing 'irate' parents and her injury struggles.
Jonnie Peacock tells My Icon ending up a sporting superstar was not entirely the plan as he first set out on an engineering path.
At Paralympic and Commonwealth Games, World and European Championships, when it comes to sprinting Libby Clegg is the woman to beat.
Dame Sarah Storey reveals to My Icon the name of the athlete who was her inspiration, and who set her on the path to success.
Stef Reid tells My Icon about her Paralympics highs and lows, and how she has set about trying to change people's mindsets.
Steve Brown tells My Icon how wheelchair rugby changed his life - and even led to a new career in broadcasting.
Dan Bethell tells My Icon that only when disabled people are joining able-bodied people at sports clubs will true inclusivity be achieved.
Tanni Grey-Thompson tells My Icon she is still trying to change perceptions on disabled athletes after a lifetime in sport and politics.
Sky Sports' groundbreaking My Icon series is back, showcasing a host of Para-Athletes across seven days during National Inclusion Week.
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.
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