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There's more to sports than just the major organizations like the NFL and MLB, and "Vice World of Sports" is looking to put the spotlight on some lesser-known sports from around the world. The stories go behind sports, also exploring the cultures, politics and people associated with them. The show's hosts travel to such locations as Uganda, Cuba and Serbia to tell stories that often won't be told elsewhere. Events featured in the episodes include a stadium riot before a soccer game and a medicine man who makes remedies for boxers in Ghana.

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aired 1,249 days ago
Each year, a soccer rivalry tears Belgrade apart, where gameplay is overshadowed by Ultra fan violence.
aired 1,263 days ago
The tiny village of Iten, Kenya is home to the fastest runners in the world, more record-holders than anywhere else.
aired 1,263 days ago
Amidst scandals, legislative battles and the new frontier of daily fantasy, the biggest debate in the world of sports today is gambling.
aired 1,267 days ago
Vice World of Sports examines college football rituals unlike any other during halftime at Southern State and Grambling State.

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