Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel
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David Scott speaks with former NBA player Al Harrington about his venture into the billion-dollar cannabis industry. Soledad O’Brien examines how numerous hunting contests across the country have been set up to help curb animal populations. And Mary Carillo talks to 10-year-old chess prodigy Tani Adewumi about his Grandmaster title and more.
Previously on Real Sports
Soledad O’Brien explores a new business that treats baseball players as investable commodities. David Scott examines the IOC’s relentless push towards the Tokyo Olympics no matter the cost to public health. Mary Carillo profiles one of the world's best female street skaters. And Bryant Gumbel updates his report on the global “Bike Boom” that took the world by storm during the pandemic.
Andrea Kremer sheds light on the challenges faced by female sports reporters in a male-dominated industry. Bryant Gumbel leads a panel discussion on the International Olympic Committee’s rule forbidding political protest at its events. And Jon Frankel reports on mini bull riders, little kids as young as 8 years old duking it out against raging bulls up to 15 times their weight.
Kavitha Davidson reports on the rise of COVID-related anxiety, depression and suicide among youth athletes. Andrea Kremer talks with Boston Marathon race director Dave McGillivray, who's using his event planning skills to organize major vaccine sites in Massachusetts. And Mary Carillo profiles The Barkley Marathons, the most sadistic race on the planet.
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