A kid riding a bucking bull at a rodeoA kid riding a bucking bull at a rodeo

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.

Out of Bounds

Forty years after they won equal access to locker rooms, female sports reporters continue to face serious obstacles in doing their jobs, from sexual objectification to abuse. Journalists Rhiannon Walker and Jessica Kleinschmidt sit down with correspondent Andrea Kremer to discuss.

Bryant Gumbel interviewing a panel over video chat
Rule 50

Bryant Gumbel sits down with Olympic-bound athletes Gwendolyn Berry, Tianna Bartoletta, and Race Imboden to discuss the International Olympic Committee’s Rule 50, which states that "no kind of demonstration or political, religious, or racial propaganda is permitted."

A child bull rider being interviewed at a rodeo
Young Bucks

Meet some of the country’s toughest young athletes as they compete in one of the riskiest sports around: miniature bull riding, where kids as young as 8 years old cling to bulls 10 times their size in an 8-second showdown.

Boy Wonder

Correspondent David Scott checks in with 10-year-old Tommy Morrissey, a golf prodigy turned star pitcher with only one arm. Tommy gives an update on his evolution and the acceptance of himself without prosthetics.


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