This week's Global Podium for the best sportspeople in the world features Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Francesco Friedrich and Alexander Schüller, and Natalie Geisenberger.
Gold: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(American Football, United States of America)

The Buccaneers demolished the Champions, Kansas City Chiefs, by 31-9 at the Super Bowl. Tom Brady (USA) made history by becoming the winningest American Football player of all time, with 7 NFL Championships, more than any other team or player.

Watch the game highlights (NFL)
Silver: Francesco Friedrich and Alexander Schüller
(Germany, Bobsleigh)

Francesco Friedrich established a new record for most Bobsleigh World Championships won, with 10. By taking his seventh 2-Man Bob World title he also established a new record, and he extended his record of most 2-Man Bob World Titles in a row, with seven. He did this with Alexander Schüller, who is now a 2-Man and 4-Man Bob World Champion.

 Watch the highlights of their 2-Man competition (IBSF) 
Bronze: Natalie Geisenberger
(Germany, Luge)

While she did not have a very remarkable position at the final FIL Luge World Cup race, she scored enough points to win her 8th Luge World Cup title, which is more than any other woman. It is even more impressive that she did it four months after coming back to competition for giving birth.

Watch the World Cup highlights (FIL)