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Compelling stories centered around sports and athletes, ranging from dramatic to comedic.

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The inspiring story of Rob Mendez, a successful California high school football coach who was born with no arms or legs.
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Pin Kings is the true story of two high school wrestling teammates, Alex DeCubas and Kevin Pedersen, and how their lives intersected through the world of drug trafficking, law enforcement and sports.
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In the small, rural towns of Texas, 6-man football is more than just a game.
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Winner of the 2016 Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Short Documentary.
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Michigan basketball player survives two plane crashes.
aired 15 days ago
On the 50th anniversary of his wounding, former NFL running back and Army veteran Rocky Bleier returns to the valley where he was wounded in Vietnam for the first time since that day in 1969.
aired 15 days ago
Owner, president and general manger of the Dallas Cowboys.
aired 22 days ago
A Nepali teen, Pratima Sherpa, works to become her country's first golf star.
aired 24 days ago
A year-end compilation of some of the best 2019 profiles from SportsCenter's signature storytelling franchise: SC Featured.
aired 49 days ago
Popular and touching dog-related features: Arthur; Fenway's Best Friend; Owen & Haatchi; A Warrior's Way.
aired 78 days ago
A look at former NFL player Rocky Bleier.
aired 91 days ago
The incredible story of one dog's journey to join a team and find a family.
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Ten year old Lukas Kusters meets one of his favorite players, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.
aired 99 days ago
The story of former MLB coach Rich Donnelly, whose dying teenage daughter's prophetic words played out on a World Series stage, forever bonding father and daughter.
aired 105 days ago
A look at former NBA player Luc Longley in this one.
aired 162 days ago
Former Clemson cornerback Mackensie Alexander explains how the hardships of picking oranges in the fields of Florida helped him make it to the NFL.
aired 350 days ago
A look at how the people of Nepal are trying to balance their lucrative livelihood of catering to adventure-seeking tourists one year after an avalanche that killed more than a dozen Sherpa's on Mount Everest.
aired 483 days ago
The best moments and features from the past year.
aired 729 days ago
On September 11, 2001, Mark Bingham was passenger on United Airlines Flight 93 and one of the heroes who stopped the plane from reaching its intended target.
aired 729 days ago
A 7-year-old wrestler born without legs finds strength on the mat and a father figure in his compassionate coach.
aired 729 days ago
The cross-country program from the Hopi Native American reservation in Arizona has captured an unprecedented number of consecutive state titles.

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