David Scott visits a Russian war game competition — an Olympic-style battle largely between republics hostile to Western nations —that ultimately doubles as an arms market. Plus, a close look at the growing economic gap in youth sports, a conversation with the founders of a paragliding program designed for people with brain and spinal cord injuries, and an update on Golden State Warriors President and COO Rick Welts, the only openly gay executive across the four major U.S. sports.

Youth Sports

Pay to Play

Parents spend up to $175 an hour for their children to receive athletic training in the Bo Dome in Hillard, Ohio, a state-of-the-art complex.

The Soccer Solution

One group is expanding access to sports in Atlanta by building small soccer fields conveniently located in subway stations.

War Games

Russia's International Army Games combine raw military force with the emotional appeal of competitive sports.

Flight Club

Taking to the skies, Matt Thomas is one of many paralyzed participants in an extraordinary paragliding therapy that rewards flyers with a renewed spirit.