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The 1988 game between Notre Dame and the University of Miami went down in college-football history—and not only because both teams came to it undefeated. Their rivalry reached new heights when a t-shirt bearing the slogan “Catholics vs. Convicts” inflamed sociopolitical tensions.
Dog Power gives you an introduction to the world’s fastest sprint sled dogs, their human teammates and the incredible variety of sports man’s best friends are involved in.
At the ripe age of 90, Yvonne has yet to retire from her ice-skating career. Arguably the world's oldest ice skater, she is still at the rink five days a week.
This documentary delves into the world of women's slope-style skiing and the risks its athletes take to pursue what they love.
At the 1976 Montreal Olympics, 14-year-old Nadia Comaneci made history by scoring the first perfect 10 on the uneven bars. Upon returning to Communist Romania, she faced tremendous pressure to help keep her country on the map. In this documentary, the legendary gymnast tells her side of the story.
On November 20, 1982, during a Cal Berkeley–Stanford game, the greatest play in the history of American football—dubbed “The Play”—went down in front of 80,000 stunned fans. Even today, the details of that hilarious and epic moment are hotly debated; this is the story behind it.
Considered one of the greatest runners of the 20th century, Emil Zátopek is best known for taking home three gold medals at the 1952 Helsinki Summer Olympics. This documentary examines how his talent and endurance made him a source of hope for his native Czechoslovakia during the Cold War.