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A star quarterback ignites a players strike hours before the biggest game of the year in order to fight for fair compensation, equality and respect for the student-athletes who put their bodies and health on the line for their schools.
Centers on Adonis Creed, son of Apollo Creed.
A group of English homeless footballers compete in the Homeless World Cup.
Tells the story of the American Samoa soccer team, who suffered the worst loss in World Cup history, losing to Australia 31-0 in 2001. With the 2014 World Cup approaching, the team recruits a down on his luck, maverick coach (Fassbender) to help turn their fate around.
A janitor at a Louisiana middle school takes over the boys' basketball program and leads the team to the state championship.
Location: US - Louisiana
A biopic of Francisco "Pipin" Ferreras and his wife, Audrey Mestre, two world record setters in the sport of "freediving"—diving as deep as possible on one breath and without any scuba equipment. Mestre died in 2002 while trying to break her record of 557.7 feet.
A member of a professional eSports team is an anomaly in a sport where players usually retire in their 20s due to slowing hand-eye coordination.
This film will focus on the run-up to the 1936 games, and the profound impact that the performance by Owens had on the world. Hitler refused to shake his hand, and the racism evident in the U.S. meant that FDR wouldn’t do it in public, either.
Kansas City Royal's baseball announcer Jim Brockmire loses it on the air when he discovers his wife is cheating on him, instigating his public downfall. But all is not lost, as he tries to reinvent himself as the announcer for a very minor league team.
Donald Crowhurst battles the establishment, his own demons and the elements in the first single-handed, round-the-world yacht race in 1968.
The film tells the story of a lonely suburban teenager whose life changes dramatically when she befriends a group of female skateboarders.
Kerri Strug triumphs against the odds to win Team USA's first gold medal at the 1996 Olympics. Strug is hailed as an American hero when she completes her final vault at the Atlanta games on a badly injured ankle to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. Strug is carried onto the medals podium to join her team, after which she is treated at a hospital for tendon damage. She becomes an instant national hit, visiting President Clinton, appearing on various talk shows, and making the cover of Sports Illustrated.
Danny Huston plays Max Stoller, a Holocaust survivor who, after coaching Tel Aviv to victory in the European basketball championships, gets a call to train the German national team. Despite public outrage in Israel, he agrees and arrives in Frankfurt where he is confronted by the memories of his childhood.
Greg Louganis starts taking dance, acrobatics and gymnastics classes at 18 months, after witnessing his sister's classes and attempting to join in. By the age of three, he is practicing daily and is competing and giving public performances. He also takes up trampolining, and at the age of nine begins diving lessons after the family gets a swimming pool. Later, he goes on to win Olympic Gold Medals. Six months before the 1988 Olympics, Louganis is diagnosed with HIV but it's not until years later that he comes out as being gay.
An epic cinematic portrait of FC Barcelona (‘Barça’), focusing specifically on a journey that led Barça to the apotheosis of the world game over a four-year period during which they won everything there was to win, triggering near unanimous admiration. Football is by far the world’s favorite pastime, uniting devotees across every religion, race, culture and language.