This week's special report follows Chris Froome as the 2013 Tour de France winner travels back to his birthplace in Kenya.
Rachel Wyse meets Juan Mata who shows her his home and looks back on his time at Chelsea so far.
Juan Mata talks to the Special Report about his new life in London, manager Rafa Benitez and teammates Frank Lampard and Fernando Torres.
Available tomorrow - The full special report featuring Chelsea's rising star Juan Mata.
Special Report gain exclusive access to the Nou Camp with former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song.
This week's Special Report joins British Paralympic hero David Weir as he prepares to compete in the London Marathon.
Lee Westwood tells Sky Sports News his move to America will boost his chances at the Masters.
Jason Brown has called on more players to speak out against racism and says their silence is the bigger issue.
The Special Report looks at the impact that the voice of darts, Sid Waddell, had on the sport.
England's rugby union head coach Stuart Lancaster joins Julian Waters to reflect on the autumn international series and his plans for the future.
The former wife of Paul McCartney, Heather Mills, has a dream; a dream to compete for the British Disabled Ski Team at the Sochi Winter Paralympics in 2014.
Mark Cavendish told Special Report that cycling has left its doping past behind and is now a clean sport.
The Football Association hope plans to revamp grassroots football will revolutionise the future of the game in England.
One of the key parts of any transfer deal is the medical which can prove tricky and time consuming. In this Special Report we went to find out.
Gold medallist Sally Gunnell believes Team GB can reach the target of eight medals from track and field events.
Two-time Olympic gold medallist Edwin Moses looks back at his career and feels performing at home could be either a positive or a negative.
A Special Report investigation can tonight reveal that scores of pickpockets based on the continent will be travelling to London and targeting spectators around the games' venues.
On this week's special report,we continue our countdown to the London Olympics with a compelling interview with team GB basketball star Luol Deng.
The man responsible for organising the Olympic games Lord Coe gives us all the updates on London's preparations.
This week's Special Report investigates why so few Muslim women will compete at London 2012.
This week's Special Report investigates why so few Muslim women will compete at London 2012 this summer.
Sky Sports News presents a Special Report into the 'Get Involved' initiative. Charlie Webster shows us how sport can be used as a force for good in a challenging inner city environment.
Petra Kvitova told Special Report about her goals for 2012 and where she can improve her tennis.
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