Category “Sport & Adventure”

Wayne Rooney: Goal Machine

A film about the Manchester United player Wayne Rooney, who started his United career scoring a hat trick against Fenerbahçe in Old Trafford. This great debut was only a hint at what was to follow. Since then Rooney has scored over 150 goals for Manchester United. This documentary includes exclusive interviews with Rooney himself and fellow teammates such as Ryan Giggs, Rio Ferdinand and former manager Sir Alex...

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Beyond The Glory: Joe Frazier

In this one hour episode of Beyond The Glory, boxing legend Joe Frazier is profiled. The documentary explores his life from being a young boy working on a farm in South Carolina who overcame his greatest challenges to become one of the worlds most legendary...

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Champions Forever

Five champions together for the last time! Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, George Foreman, Larry Holmes, Ken Norton. For more than twenty years, these kings of boxing ruled the ring as they passed the world heavyweight title from one to the other. Now, for the first time, see them all come face to face--gloves off--in an unprecedented video event, hosted by Reggie Jackson. In "Champions Forever," you'll discover the real men behind the legends, uncover the hidden anguish and secret passions that drove them to greatness. Hear them talk about themselves--and each other--with surprising candor....

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Mana: BJ Penn

‘Mana’ is a documentary featuring BJ Penn’s journey. The special UFC Presents episode documents the life of former welterweight and lightweight champion BJ Penn. The episode feature Penn from the start of his MMA career to present time and what life’s like outside of the octagon as a family...

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Greatest World Cup Goals

Matt Smith counts down the 50 greatest World Cup goals ever scored. Will Diego Maradona's brilliant solo goal against England in 1986 get the vote as the best ever goal? Various journalists and pundits give their...

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Contra A Copa: The Other Side of Brazil’s World Cup

In 2007 Fifa choose Brazil to host the 2014 World Cup, it seemed like a brilliant idea hosting the World Cup in the most football fanatic country on the planet. Little did they know that it would become the focus of some of the largest protests Brazil has seen in decades. The mass civil uprising began in June 2013 and it surprised even some of the most jaded Brazilians. The World Cup itself is currently being classed as the most expensive ever, with the Brazilian government spending an estimated $14 billion dollars. This has provoked outrage among Brazilians, many of whom view the...

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Usain Bolt: The Fastest Man Alive

This BBC Three documentary is an personal portrait of Usain Bolt, a professional sprinter who is currently classed as the fastest man in the world because of his performance in the 2009 which saw him set a world record of 9.58 seconds for the 100 meter sprint. For this film the French producer / director Gael Leiblang managed to secure exclusive access to Usain Bolt, filming up close with him for over 12 months as he prepares for the 2012 London Olympics. Bolt went on to set the Olympic record in which he ran the 100 meter sprint in 9.63...

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The Notorious Conor McGregor

For those that don't know, Conor McGregor is an Irish mixed martial artist who is currently signed to the UFC. He had his debut MMA fight back in March of 2008 but in 2011 when McGregor began an undefeated winning streak of 8 wins, 7 of which were knockouts and 1 was a submission. This streak shined quite a bit of light onto him as a new fighter with a lot of potential. In February of 2013 McGregor signed a multi-fight deal with the UFC, later that year Irish television station RTÉ decided to follow him for six months, these six months were some of the most important of his career and...

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Nest of Giants

One of Vice's latest documentaries which set's about shining some light onto the icelandic culture of competing in the World's Strongest Man. Although Iceland only has a population of about 320,000 people, the country itself appears to have quite a large number of "strongmen" some of which Vice get talking to, including former Strongest Man Champion, Magnus Ver Magnusson who now runs a unique gym...

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