Segments include a look at the dwindling popularity of bullfighting in Spain; profiles of American tennis up-and-comer Frances Tiafoe and Paralympian and Mount Everest climber Jeff Glasbrenner; a visit with a young man working to chronicle and assist surviving Negro League players.
Segments include a report on abuse in youth soccer programs in England; a profile of the Dodgers' Spanish broadcaster Jaime Jarrin; and a visit with Robert Gagno, the autistic defending winner of the World Pinball Championships.
A look at the dangers of driving in the Dominican Republic and the deaths of several MLB players in accidents; a report on domestic violence in the MMA community; and a visit with two brothers who have overcome obstacles to compete in youth triathlons.
Segments include a report on former Maryland Terps basketball player Juan Dixon; a profile of 2004 top MLB draft pick Matt Bush; and an examination of the "yips," including a chat with former baseball player Rick Ankiel.
Topics include a profile of Patriots owner Robert Kraft; a chat with baseball manager Joe Maddon, coming off a World Series triumph with the Cubs; a report on cockfighting; and a visit with Ashrita Furman, the world-record holder for world records, as recognized by Guinness.
Segments include an extended profile of former NFL player Kevin Turner, who battled ALS until his death in 2016, and his son Nolan, a redshirt freshman for the Clemson Tigers. Also: lineman John Urschel, who is pursuing a Ph.D in math from MIT.