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Bryant Gumbel explores the NFL’s lack of diversity in its coaching ranks. David Scott unpacks the impact Covid-19 continues to have on youth sports. Jon Frankel meets with extreme athlete Wim Hof to witness his ability to withstand the cold. And Soledad O’Brien re-visits with chess revolutionary Rex Sinquefield.

Steeler's coach Mike Tomlin
Waiting Game

Over the last four NFL offseasons, just three Black coaching candidates have filled 27 head-coaching vacancies. Bryant Gumbel explores the hiring practices of teams across the the league.

Wim Hof standing shirtless on a snowy mountain
The Iceman Cometh

After his wife passed, Wim Hof found an unconventional outlet for his grief: He pioneered a cold-water immersion and breathing technique that he says has enabled him to take on extreme sports in freezing temperatures and stay submerged in ice for hours on end. Correspondent Jon Frankel meets with Hof to witness his abilities firsthand.

Youth sports athlete playing football
Playing On

Despite the shutdown of almost all group gatherings amid the pandemic, many high school and youth travel team sports continue to play on. Correspondent David Scott examines whether practices, games, and travel-related activities associated with youth sports have contributed to the spread of the virus.

Real Sports chess interview
All the Right Moves

To discuss the phenomenon and recent interest in chess, correspondent Soledad O’Brien revisits with chess revolutionary Rex Sinquefield, who grew from an orphan boy into a billionaire and built a chess empire in his hometown of St. Louis.


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