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Jim Thorpe is a member of the Sac and Fox Nation and his native name, Wa-Tho-Huk, translates as Bright Path. In 1912, he wins two Olympic gold track and field medals, representing the United States while his citizenship goes unrecognized during a period of cultural genocide for Native Americans. Known as one of the most versatile athletes, Thorpe goes on to play Major League Baseball, professional football and eventually founds the organization that becomes the National Football League.
Despite being born with one leg to a single-parent family on the wrong side of the tracks, Anthony Robles overcomes every obstacle to become an undefeated collegiate wrestling star, three-time All-American, 2011 NCAA National Champion, two-time ESPY Award winner and a National Wrestling Hall of Fame inductee.
Story of world champion boxer Christy Martin who had to fight through a man’s world to gain success and later personally found herself fighting for her life.
Set in Boston, a district attorney's son is accused of killing a classmate. As he tries to clear his boy, the DA discovers many things about his son that he didn't know, including the possibility the 14-year old might actually have done it.
The story of boxing legend Rocky Marciano will come to the big screen in his first authorized biopic, as yet untitled. The film will track Marciano from his Brockton, Mass. childhood up to his death in a plane crash in 1969. He stands as the only champion boxer to retire without a loss.
Biopic of the Bahamian-born backyard brawler Kevin 'Kimbo Slice' Ferguson who rose from homelessness to mixed martial arts (MMA) fame after his brutal backyard fights drew a huge YouTube audience. He unfortunately died suddenly in June 2016 at 42 from heart failure and a liver mass.
Betty Robinson sets an unofficial world record in the 100-meter at the age of 16. At the 1928 Olympics in Amsterdam, running in just her fourth official 100-meter race, Robinson wins gold — the first gold medal awarded to a woman in track and field at the Olympics. In 1931, tragedy strikes when Robinson is involved in a terrible plane crash. It takes her two years to learn to walk again, and, incredibly, she is able to make the U.S. team for the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
During the week leading up to the 1967 NFL championship game, Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lmbardi prepares his team to play against the Dallas Cowboys. The game becomes known as the "Ice Bowl" due to the extreme weather.
Inspired by true events, the film tells the story of the reawakening of "Room 107," a mysterious room hidden within the depths of Yankee Stadium where some of baseball's greatest heroes would find solace. When the ghost of Lou Gehrig refuses to join the rest of the ghosts at the new stadium, it's up to 14-year old Henry to talk the Iron Horse into making the move.
In 2005 in a downtrodden Jersey City neighborhood, coach Bob Hurley Sr. tries to transform the toughest, least-engaged players at St. Anthony High School.
After being drafted by the Brooklyn Dodgers as a 15-year-old prodigy in 1940, a young teen joins the Navy and is sent on a secret mission to guard German POWs during which time he teaches the enemy soldiers how to play baseball.
A feud exists between two families over an annual Thanksgiving touch football game that has existed for 50 years.
Brothers Nate and Aaron Thompson along with friend Nolan Meyers, set out to fulfill a lifelong dream to visit all 31 NFL stadiums in one season as a tribute to their friend Joe Lusk, who was killed in Kuwait in 2005.