What's The Story? returns during a week packed with polarising sports news that our panel will debate.
Lizzie Yarnold won an Olympic gold medal in the thrilling women's skeleton but an increasing casualty list in Sochi forces us to consider the safety of sportspeople.
Football legend Sir Tom Finney passed away in a week when Wayne Rooney negotiated a new £300,000-a-week contract - how far football has come since Finney's days?
We also analyse Sam Burgess' move from rugby league to union.
Sarah-Jane Mee's panel includes rugby player Jamie Peacock, former cricketer Dominic Cork, hockey player Alex Danson and rugby journalist Mick Cleary.
JAMIE PEACOCK The 36-year-old rugby league legend has won every major honour in the sport. A former England captain, he recently extended his contract with Leeds Rhinos to the end of 2015 after another outstanding season that saw him nominated as "Man of Steel".
DOMINIC CORK A retired England cricketer who made an explosive entrance on the international game aged 21 in 1992 and went on to represent his country for a decade. He played for Derbyshire for 13 years before latterly joining Lancashire and Hampshire.
ALEX DANSON An England hockey player for the past 13 years, Danson won a bronze medal at the 2012 London Olympics.
MICK CLEARY The Telegraph's rugby correspondent will also join us to give his views on the week's big sporting topics.
Tune in for What's The Story? at 10.15pm, Wednesday, Sky Sports 1