The Planet Sport show, released every Thursday, features interviews with top sports men and women from world sport, full of insight, relaxed conversation and powerful testimony.
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"I knew that if I really worked hard it could happen."
Kare Adenegan, British T34 100m world record holder
Photo Credit- British Athletics/ Getty
This week we look ahead to the European Para-Athletics Championships in Berlin from 20-26 August with two inspirational competitors. British army captain, Luke Sinnott, competes in the T63 category 200 metres and long jump after losing both his legs above the knee following an explosion in Afghanistan. Luke shares his story and talks about his love for sailing and athletics. In June British 17-year-old wheelchair racer Kare Adenegan set a new world record for the T34 100 metres. She tells us how it feels to be a world record holder and how her faith as a follower of Jesus Christ impacts her life on and off the track..