Jennifer Kucpcho won the first ever women's tournament to be held on the perfectly manicured greens of the Augusta National. It's been the venue for the prestigious Masters tournament since 1934 and remains one of the most exclusive clubs in the world of sport. Membership is by invitation only and restricted to just 300 at any given time. Even when, then first women member was admitted back in 2012 - the former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in case you were wondering - the thought of them playing a tournament there seemed fanciful in a sport not known for its inclusivity. So Jennifer can truly claim to be a history maker - winner of the first Augusta National Women's Amateur Championship - to give it the full title! She tells Shari Vahl what her achievement means for women's golf and how important momentum is not lost.
There are less than 500 days to go until the 2020 Olympic Games and for Mohamed Sbihi, he is aiming to make history. The 31 year old is part of the Great Britain Rowing team who have their sights on a sixth consecutive gold medal. Sbihi himself is an Olympic champion and is the first Muslim to be included in the GB squad. He now holds out hope for others who could follow his example into rowing.
We are in Spain for one of the fiercest competitive derbies in the La Liga. Real Betis play Sevilla on Saturday and we take you behind the scenes at Real Betis where you will hear the Chief Executive Jose Miguel Lopez Catalan who joined the club two years ago with no football experience. He has been telling the BBC about how important family and fans are to the football club.
The Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes is set to retire at the end of the season and what better way than to bow out playing in the FA Cup final against Manchester City next month.Gomes is seeking FA Cup heaven and in his own words, says, he plans to answer his 'call from Jesus' and become a pastor as well as a football agent.
One man who has followed that path is former Chelsea midfielder Gavin Peacock - he's now nestled in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains in Canada and he told Shari Vahl how he made the transition from football to being a pastor himself.
The former England Rugby Union international Christian Wade joins us as his dream to the play in the NFL took a step closer this week.
Picture - Jennifer Kupcho (Credit - Getty Images)
'Pregnancy had no place in my plans for Tokyo 2020'
British Olympian Jade Lally opens up about feeling "devastated" as her preparations for Tokyo 2020 were knocked off course by her pregnancy.
We're at the Jordan Mixed Open, the first professional Golf tournament to bring together male and female players competing against each other on the same course, for the same trophy. Marianne Skarpnord and her Fiancé Richard Green who both won the 2015 Victoria Open where men and women compete alongside each other but against their own gender give us their thoughts on the format.
The Canadian Ice Hockey team began their quest for an eleventh title this week at the Women's World Championships in Finland but their domestic league has gone bust. Toronto Furies' Shannon Stewart tells Sarah Mulkerrins the league's players will prepare for next season despite the collapse.
New Zealand coach Noeline Taurua tells us how she's preparing her side for the Netball World Cup with a game against the country's men's team.
And we're at the World Cross Country in Aarhus where the sport is trying to reinvent itself with a view to returning to the Olympic Games.
Photo: Jade Lally competes for Great Britain in the Women's Discus Throw at the 2018 European Athletics Championships. Credit: Getty Images
Cycling's silent suffering
Paralympic cyclist Hannah Dines tell's Shari Vahl how some female riders are suffering in silence with injuries because of saddles designed predominantly for men.
After incidents of racist abuse during England's European Championship qualifier in Montenegro Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp led a number of Premier League managers in saying they would be prepared to take their players off the pitch in a bid to combat racism. Marko Protic from the BBC’s Serbian Service looks at whether this is a systemic problem in the Balkans or as Sterling put it "just a couple of idiots".
And we meet snooker's women's world number three, Rebecca Kenna, who says she has been forced to turn her back on her local league after being barred from matches because she is a woman. She says she'd felt abandoned after being stopped from playing in two fixtures because of clubs operating a "men-only" policy.
Photo:Hannah Dines action at the UCI Para-Cycling Road World Championship in 2015. Credit: Christopher Lee/Getty Images
Kemoy Campbell: Doctors told me I died
Jamaican runner Kemoy Campbell was told by doctors he had "died" after collapsing on the track during an Athletics event in New York. Campbell spent 17 days in hospital and has been fitted with an internal defibrillator. Despite numerous tests doctors were unable to deduce the cause of the heart failure. He’s been telling Shari Vahl of his traumatic experience.
You and I would call it climbing the stairs - most of us do it every day at some point.
But for Suzy Walsham - it's a sport and a competitive one as well. She is an elite vertical runner. The Australian defended her crown last week when she won the women's race to the top of the Eiffel Tower. 1665 steps in under eight minutes. She tells Shari Vahl how the journey to the top began.
Kerron Stewart won a silver medal in the 100m at the 2009 World Championships. The multiple world and Olympic champion has now been recruited by a Finnish football club as part of their coaching team. The 34 year old who announced her retirement last year, will work with the club from May to September this year. Stewart has been explaining to Shari Vahl how the move came about.
The 36th America’s Cup, affectionately known as the Auld Mug, the oldest trophy in international sport and dates back to 1851.It's the pinnacle of yachting that takes place in Auckland in 2021 - Team New Zealand are the defending champions but one of their challengers will be the Netherlands team - all the focus will be on one woman - 45 year old Carlolijn Brouwer who's aiming to make a piece of sailing history. She is on track to become the first ever female to helm a challenger yacht in the Americas cup. Whilst both men and women have equal opportunities at Olympic level of the sport, there has always been a restricted path for women when it comes to the bigger international events. Carlojin told Shari what can be done to encourage more women to take up sailing.
Pakistan has a current FIFA ranking of 199, out of 211 nations. Earlier this year, one of Spain's top clubs -Atletico Madrid opened a new academy in Lahore. Vice President of the Pakistan Football Federation Naveed Haider Khan has been telling Sportshour what exactly this means for Pakistan.
Picture - Kemoy Campbell (Credit - Getty Images)
New Zealand's 'Darkest Day'
Bangladesh's cricket team were set to play New Zealand at Christchurch's Hagley Oval in their third Test match. However, following the worst massacre in New Zealand's history when 49 people were killed in and around two mosques in Christchurch, the match has been cancelled. The Bangladeshi team were just minutes away from being caught in the fire, Sportshour reflects on the tragedy and the psychological impact on the players who witnessed the horror unfold from their team bus.
The world’s largest sport and humanitarian event of the year is taking place this week in Abu Dhabi - the special Olympics - which features athletes with intellectual or learning disabilities competing across a range of sports and disciplines. This year's event will be the biggest yet - with 7,500 athletes from 200 nations. And it's the first time it will be held in the Middle East. We look at how founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver began the movement 50 years ago.
Roger Verdi also known as Rajinder Singh Virdee has shared a football pitch with the legends, the greats of the game. Pele, George Best, Franz Beckenbauer, Sir Geoff Hurst, Bobby More, to name a few. He even changed his name to try to fit in.But finally he was forced to go to the US to salvage his career in the North American Super League. Sportshour finds out why.
Meet the 10-year-old who's already beating adult competitors! The cool-as-they-come Sky Brown surfs, skateboards and dances, and could become the youngest ever summer Olympian for Great Britain if she appears in the Tokyo Games next year. Her mother is Japanese and her father is British, and this week she was named as part of Great Britain's skateboarding team. If that wasn't enough -- she has over 300,000 social media followers and was the youngest person ever to have a contract with sports company Nike.
And could we see Ultimate Frisbee in the Olympic Games? Alex Matovu is an Ultimate Frisbee pioneer from Uganda and he tells us more about this exciting sport.
Photo credit: The New Zealand flag flying at half mast in memory of those killed in the terror attacks in Christchurch (Getty Images)