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The award-winning "E:60" features the best stories in sports. Hosted by Jeremy Schaap and Lisa Salters, this 60-minute ESPN original is a mix of all-access profiles with the biggest names, the most compelling stories from off the field of play, in-depth investigative reports and lighthearted tales, all presented with a cinematic sensibility.

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The story of ESPN's broadcast of a slow-pitch softball game between the Kentucky Bourbons and the Milwaukee Schlitz.
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Kayla Montgomery, despite being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, has become one of the best young distance runners in the country.
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What it takes to make a WWE Superstar.
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The life of Icelandic professional strongman and actor Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson.
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The emotional journey of the Paradise High School football team, one year removed from the wildfires that scorched the town and claimed 86 lives; following the Paradise Bobcats on their path to rebuild -- as a community and as a team.
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The story of former Boston University hockey player Travis Roy, whose life was forever changed just 11 seconds into his first shift for the Terriers.
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The intimate and untold stories behind the tragic bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team.
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A look at how a soccer ball from astronaut Ellison Onizuka's daughter's teammates at a high school in Clear Lake, Texas, survived the tragic Challenger space shuttle explosion in January 1986.
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The legacy of Declan Sullivan, who died while filming a 2010 Notre Dame football practice.
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An unfiltered profile of Washington State coach Mike Leach.
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This is a story about a boy and his dog. Together, Owen and Haatchi, with their improbable winning streak and their remarkable bond, are like nothing you have ever seen.
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Sharing his descent from NFL fame to addiction, former quarterback Ryan Leaf tells his inspiring story of recovery and dedication to helping others.
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A special exhibition at the 9/11 Memorial Museum explores how sports and athletes helped to unite the country, consoled a grieving nation and gave us a reason to cheer again following the 2001 attacks.
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Bob Woodruff presents five stories of survivors, narrated by celebrity voices of Boston including Ben Affleck and Tom Brady. Also included is a special message from President Barack Obama.
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A year in the life of transgender high school track and field sprinter Matt Dawkins, an athlete just trying to be himself.
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Three-time surfing world champion Mick Fanning might be better known for his encounter with a great white shark. Get to know the man who survived the attack.
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Former NFL player Matt Millen's incredible health journey.
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ESPN's morning sports magazine show, featuring the biggest names and stories in sports.
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USC long-snapper Jake Olson makes college football history, becoming the first blind player to play in a Division I game.
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Jeremy Schaap sits down with fallen Cubs icon Sammy Sosa; the story behind an incredible discovery and ultimate closure for the family of an astronaut.
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Deland McCullough's improbable journey and unbelievable discovery.

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