EP 1. Boxing star Kadiru a 'typical' German
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Profiles of what it means to be a first-generation athlete in Europe as they try to balance national and personal identities.
Born to Ghanaian parents but raised in Hamburg, Youth Olympic Games gold medallist Peter Kadiru feels like a typical German.
Greek-born slalom canoeist Sideris Tasiadis found the focus and drive to win Olympic silver after embracing his new German surroundings.
Rose Thomas reveals how her African and French upbringing gave her a love of rugby and realisation sport can conquer the fear of racism.
How war in Somalia and love of sport saved Bashir Abdi's life and shaped his future as a proud and grateful Belgian middle-distance runner.
Synchronised swimming triplets Anna Maria, Eirini and Vasiliki Alexandri leave home to embrace their new "stress free" life in Austria.
Youth Olympic Games gold-medallist Grace Bullen was born in a refugee camp in Eritrea and moved to Norway when she was four.
The two-time gold medallist talks about his passions in sport and beyond and his belief that there are no boundaries to what you can achieve
Raheleh Asemani was always a standout athlete, but after leaving Iran for Belgium as a political refugee sport helped her start afresh
Chinese-born Liu Jia rediscovered her love of table tennis after moving to Austria aged 15, despite not speaking German
After a tough childhood, bronze medallist Artem Harutyunyan credits his adopted hometown of Hamburg for making him who he is today
The Liu brother have been skating since they were 8 and 11. Will they make their shared dream a reality and medal in PyeongChang 2018?