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    FiNS

    FiNS

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    Fuel TV
    FiNS from Fuel TV is a documentary that captures the modern world of surfing, following its evolution from the early traditions of the sport to the envelope-pushing surfing styles of today. Filmed on location in Australia, Indonesia, Hawaii, and California, FiNS features some of the world's brightest surfing stars, including the Irons brothers and Kelly Slater. Produced by 30-year surf film legend, Ira Opper, viewers are given a rare glimpse into the driving forces behind surf culture, from the technical aspects of the sport to the social and economic impacts generated by surfing. While the waves create a camaraderie between its riders, their world is one rarely seen by outsiders of the sport. In this exciting documentary, Ira Opper and writer Brad Melekian reveal the surfing lifestyle like only fellow surfers can, with knowledge and depth of the subject unlike any other. Let FiNS take you on a trip around the world and catch the waves with some of surfing's biggest legends.moreless
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    Basketball Hall of Fame

    Basketball Hall of Fame

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    NBA - National Basketball Association
    The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame was established in 1959 in Springfield, Massachusetts as a place to honor players, coaches, announcers, referees, and those involved in the game of basketball. Every year, sports reporters vote anonymously on who they think should be inducted into the Hall of Fame. To be considered as a Hall of Fame inductee, a player must have bn retired for at least five years. Coaches and referees may be inducted while still active, but must have been active for at least twenty five years. Unlike other major sports hall of fame rules, the Basketball Hall of Fame inducts players from leagues outside of the United States. Also unlike other sports, the Basketball Hall of Fame ballots and voting process is kept secret. The first class of inductees included Luther H. Gulick, Edward J. "Ed" Hickox, Ralph Morgan, Oswald Tower, Amos Alonzo Stagg, Harold G. Olsen, and James Naismith.moreless
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    Puppy Bowl

    Puppy Bowl

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    Animal Planet
    Forget the human players, what Superbowl viewers really get riled up about is this exciting Animal Planet show. Airing for three hours alongside the big game, this is a battle of cuteness as several baby breeds take to the field.moreless
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    A Shot at Glory

    A Shot at Glory

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    Mojo
    A Shot at Glory is a series of half hour looks at American Olympic hopefuls leading up to the 2008 Beijing Summer Games. Featured athletes include triathlete Laura Bennett who is followed as she competes in the 2008 World Championships. The women's beach volleyball team of Nicole Branagh and Elaine Youngs is profiled along with 16-year-old gymnast Samantha Peszek, a surprise addition to the Olympic squad. World record distance swimmer Kate Ziegler is followed by her dedicated team. Dubbed "Team Kate" by her father, it includes her coach, a personal trainer, a physical therapist, an allergist and an asthma doctor. In all, a series of ten profiles were produced and originally aired on the Mojo Channel in the ten days leading up to the Games. Some of the athletes performed well at the Olympics that year, some didn't, while others fell prey to injury before the Games even started. What this series reminds viewers is that no matter the outcome, the medals won or lost, each of these athletes displays an extraordinarily dedication to their sport. The sacrifices and struggles behind the scenes are often as compelling as anything that happens in front of the Olympic audience.moreless
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    WCW WorldWide

    WCW WorldWide

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    (ended 2001)
    WCW WorldWide was a weekly recap show that would also show exclusive matches. However, as the years went on, the bigger names stopped appearing as often in matches.
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    Football Wives

    Football Wives

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    VH1
    Go behind the scenes into the lives of the women who are married or living with stars from the NFL.
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    World Series Winners

    World Series Winners

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    MLB
    World Series clinchers are, by definition, the pinnacle of the baseball season: the culmination and realization of the hard work and dreams of the winning team, reflected in the disappointment of the other team across the diamond. The ultimate joy juxtaposed against the ultimate loss...and always a great ballgame.moreless
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    Snowboard Diaries

    Snowboard Diaries

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    Fuel TV
    Snowboard Diaries is a television show on MTV. It follows a number of professional snowboarders and has a particular focus on the human side of the sport, the attitudes and desires that motivate the people behind it. The cast includes snowboarders Jake Blauvelt, Austin Smith, Kevin Pearce, Mads Jonsson, Heikki Sorsa, and Scotty Lago. In the competitive world of professional snowboarding, each must strive in their own way to stay prominent and hang on to the all important commercial sponsorships that define professional's status and income. The show isn't only about people. It's also about snowboarding. Each show examines new tricks and techniques being employed by today's top boarders and explores new locations for snowboarding around the world. The show is an excellent combination of raw, thrilling extreme sports with stimulating and often surprising insights into what it's like to be a professional snowboarder. Overall, this is certainly not your typical extreme sports show.moreless
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    My Dad's A Pro

    My Dad's A Pro

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    Cartoon Network
    My Dad's A Pro is an animated cartoon series on Cartoon Network with characters from the NBA. The show follows Jaelen House, the 9-year-old son to 2008 NBA Champion Boston Celtics guard Eddie House, as he lives day in and day out as the son of a successful and celebrated basketball star. The show follows the life of Jaleen and gives viewers an inside view of what it is like to be the son of a famous basketball player, on and off the court. The show as conceived through a partnership between Cartoon Network and the NBA. Eddie House, a NBA superstar, was chosen because of his dedication to both the game of basketball and his family. Cartoon Network also created additional basketball-themed content to go along with the show for a number of different platforms, including online, mobile, video on demand and on-air broadcast. The series will go on to highlight other teams and players in the NBA in future seasons.moreless
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    NBC Sports College Football

    NBC Sports College Football

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    NBC Sports
    Stay up to date on games, players, rankings, recruits, trophies, conferences, rivalries, and bowls with NBC Sports College Football!
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    The Big Ten's Greatest Games: Football

    The Big Ten's Greatest Games: Football

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    Big Ten Network
    The Big Ten's Greatest Games is a sports program from the Big Ten Network that features the greatest football games from the history of the Big Ten Conference. The Big Ten was established in 1896, and was expanded to eleven teams when Penn State joined in 1990. Over the years, one of the nation's premiere conferences has seen its share of classic clashes on the gridiron. Big Ten's Greatest Games replays these games, cutting out any game footage of non-action because of time restraints. Notable games include the largest comeback in Division 1-A history, legendary battles from the Michigan-Ohio State "Ten-Year War", and match-ups that saw a top-seeded team's national championship hopes crumble. Also featured are high-scoring shootouts, bitter rivalry games, and games decided by last-second touchdowns. Starting in 2011, the University of Nebraska will also join the Big Ten. The Cornhuskers' addition to the already competitive conference guarantees that many legendary Big Ten games are still to come.moreless
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    NFL on NBC

    NFL on NBC

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    NBC (ended 1997)
    The first time a football game was ever aired on television was October 1, 1939 when an experimental NBC affiliate aired a game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Brooklyn Dodgers. In 1955 NBC became the third over-the-air national home of the NFL (after ABC and DuMont) when they were the exclusive broadcaster of the Championship Game until 1963. From 1960-1961 select NBC affiliates also aired games involving the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Colts. From 1970-1997 NBC aired all Sunday afternoon games involving AFC teams, before that package moved to CBS with the start of the 1998 season. Football would later return to NBC in 2006, although as a different program: Sunday Night Football.moreless
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    Hockey Night In Canada This Week

    Hockey Night In Canada This Week

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    CBC
    Hockey Night in Canada (often abbreviated Hockey Night or HNIC) is a television broadcast of National Hockey League games in Canada, produced by CBC Sports. Hockey Night has consistently been among the highest-rated programs on Canadian television, and is the world's oldest sports-related television program still on the air. The intermission highlight on HNIC is "Coach's Corner", a segment featuring Don Cherry and Ron MacLean.moreless
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    NHL Overtime Classics

    NHL Overtime Classics

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    NHL - National Hockey League
    Nothing can be more thrilling in sports that sudden death overtime. Relive that excitement with NHL Overtime Classics. Series, seasons, even the Stanley Cup are put on the line in these historic matchups where 60 minutes was not enough.moreless
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    Word Up!

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    WWE
    Word Up! is an hilarious parody segment shown during professional wrestling broadcasts. Starring the popular and comic tag team Cryme Tyme, Word Up! was a weekly feature in which Cryme Tyme offered humorous and sarcastic definitions of a "word of the day." Episodes were often filmed at live wrestling events, although other clips were produced ahead of time and simply inserted into each broadcast. This tongue-in-cheek segment was a spoof of children's educational television videos that defined words or demonstrated basic life skills. Cryme Tyme, which split up in May 2010, was itself an overblown parody of urban "gangsta" culture. The wrestlers each wore many pieces of ostentatious gold jewelry, do-rags, baggy pants, and oversized tee-shirts; they also spoke in an affected "ebonic" dialect. Word Up! was recorded weekly until Cryme Time ended their professional partnership to pursue solo wrestling careers. It is still a favorite of many wrestling fans, and should not be missed by anyone who enjoys the backstage showmanship of professional wrestling events.moreless
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    Toughest Cowboy

    Toughest Cowboy

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    Spike TV
    The search for the toughest cowboy is on in theis reality series that tests 12 cowboys competing in disciplines including bareback, saddle bronc and bull riding. The winner of the competition will receive a ranch in Wyoming and the title of "Toughest Cowboy."moreless
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    Yankees On Deck

    Yankees On Deck

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    YES Network
    This weekly series follows New York Yankees players when they are off the field.
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    Pioneers

    Pioneers

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    NHL - National Hockey League
    Pioneers from the NHL is a show documenting the careers of hockey legends. They discuss their careers in detail to give you the facts on some of the great hockey players of centuries past. Interviewed by Dan Moriarty, these players discuss the highs and lows of their careers. For those wanting insight into what it is like to have achieved glory and greatness on the ice, this show is perfect. Pioneers is the story of the Legends of the NHL. Players such as Bobby Hull, Ted Lindsay, and Phil Esposito and many more are featured on this program. The show tells a story of each player in regard to their early life, as well as the many milestones reached in their hockey careers. Many of these hockey stars started out as young boys dreaming of hockey and skating on ponds. It also is a snapshot of what life is like for a Canadian male. These players shaped the game for future generations and set the standard for what a hockey player is supposed to be.moreless
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    WWF Shotgun Saturday Night

    WWF Shotgun Saturday Night

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    (ended 1999)
    WWF Shotgun Saturday Night was a WWF television show that was on Saturday evenings in most places. In addition to presenting matches between the stars of the WWF, this program spent most of its time on the elaborate backstage story that had developed, involving feuds, deals, backstabbings and romances between the wrestlers, managers, referees and commissioners. The show took place before WWF Raw Is War and featured the entire roster.moreless
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    WNBA Finals

    WNBA Finals

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    NBA - National Basketball Association
    WNBA Finals videos from the NBA.
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