60 Minutes Sports 2013 | TV Show Watchlist
A monthly look at the world of sports, including features, profiles, interviews and investigations.
Premiered: January 9, 2013
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The first name in news magazines is the last word in sports. Charlie Rose probes how a spirited on- and off-track rivalry between three-time world champion Lewis Hamilton and teammate Nico Rosberg contributes to the success of a well-oiled Formula One team. Plus, Jack Ford reports on the ancient Irish game of hurling - maybe the fastest sport on turf you will ever see, and a fishing guide they call "Fly Girl" on a mission to bring back an art.
Soccer is the most popular sport in Iran; yet for years it's been nearly impossible for women to play. Lesley Stahl reports on American Katayoun Khosrowyar and others who are trying to get more girls into the game. Plus, Phil Koeghan goes along for a ride with the best all-around waterman the aloha state has produced in a generation: Kai Lenny. And in his first extensive interview since going to prison, former NBA All Star Jayson Williams opens up to Jon Wertheim about the night of the shooting and his lifelong battle with alcoholism.
Armen Keteyian investigates the resignation of Patty Crawford, Title IX coordinator at Baylor University, and accusations that the school is more interested in protecting its reputation than its students. Plus, a profile of Brad Stevens, the Celtics coach whose lack of NBA experience at first raised eyebrows, but whose winning ways have raised the hopes of many a Boston fan. And Jon Wertheim reports on people with autism playing sports at all levels, including professionally.
Seahawks' receiver Doug Baldwin has been protesting police shootings of unarmed-black men like a lot of NFL players but, as he sits down to tell his story to Jon Wertheim, he's also meeting with officials who can help to change the situation. Plus, Jack Ford reports on fun-loving Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney and the program he devised to turn the collegiate powerhouse around. And Jim Axelrod profiles NBA all-star centers Pau and Marc Gasol, two talented brothers who couldn't be more different off the court.
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- Premiered: January 9, 2013
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- Premise: A monthly look at the world of sports, including features, profiles, interviews and investigations. (more)
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