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Season 2017 / Episode 21 and airs on 03 December 2016 06:10
A look at the wider world of sport around us in this magazine and interview show.
This week, Gillette World Sport tweaks the nose of gravity as the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series stops off in Wales, gets set for the drama of the Ryder Cup with European vice-captain Thomas Bj°rn and there's a lesson in strapless kite surfing from Simon 'the Juice' Joosten.
England cricketer Jason Roy steps up to the crease to demonstrate the precision required to be an opening batsman; extreme kayaker Aniol Serrasolses attempts to conquer Keyhole Falls and the low-down on wheelchair basketball. Plus, there's the latest from the German round of World Superbikes and GWS is on horseback in Rome for the Longines Global Champions Tour.
This week, Gillette World Sport catches up with the fastest man on the planet, nine-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt, gets snowboarding with defending Air + Style Champion Sven Thorgren and the 2016 Global Champions Tour comes to a climax in Doha.
This week, GWS relives Olympic gold with USA swimmer Ryan Murphy and jumps off The Eiger in Switzerland with wingsuit flyer and all-round daredevil Mike Swanson. Plus top-flight tennis from the ATP Tour Finals in London.
With the 2016 World Series decided, Gillette World Sport takes a look at the USA's top baseball stars, who are already in training for the 2017 season. Plus, free riding precision lines with snowboard legend Flo Orley, and the very best action from the finals of the Davis Cup.
Gillette World Sport checks out student life as an athlete at Berkeley University, and talks precision with extreme adventure kayaker Aniol Serrasolses.
This week, Gillette World Sport discusses precision timing with Austria's Skydiving team as they talk through their daredevil attempt at 'The Swing'. There's also the chance to hear about the best racing lines with X Games Boardercross Champion Jarryd Hughes and the very best highlights from the World Rugby Sevens Series in South Africa.
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