Last updated April 19, 2018
This documentary follows six teenagers who formed a skateboarding team in the 1980s, revitalizing the sport and becoming its top athletes: Steve Caballero, Tommy Guerrero, Tony Hawk, Mike McGill, Lance Mountain and Rodney Mullen.
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Profiling the University of Michigan's infamous "Fab Five," who made headlines -- and stirred controversy -- when they changed the climate of college basketball, this ESPN documentary gives four of the five players the chance to speak for themselves.
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A close look at two-sport athlete Bo Jackson and the creation of a legend. Even without winning a Super Bowl or World Series, Bo will forever be known as a cultural icon and one of the most famous athletes of all time.
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This fast-paced documentary profiles Ayrton Senna, one of the greatest drivers in the history of Formula One racing, and a hero in his native Brazil. Using archival footage, director Asif Kapadia examines the idealistic Senna's inspiring legend.
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In 1991, basketball's "Magic" Johnson suddenly retired, announcing that he was HIV-positive. This powerful film chronicles the 20 years that followed. Friends and teammates discuss his inspiring resilience, strength and success on and off the court.
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This documentary explores how NBA legend Reggie Miller became an enemy to New York Knicks fans, especially after scoring eight points in 8.9 seconds at the end of the 1995 Eastern Conference Semifinals to claim the victory for his Indiana Pacers.
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With a sharp fighting style and an even sharper tongue, CM Punk is one of the most controversial WWE Superstars of this generation. This documentary follows his rise to the top of the WWE, from his early matches to international stardom.
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Discover the surprising parallels between star athlete Andres Escobar and international drug kingpin Pablo Escobar -- two renowned Colombians who loved the sport of soccer, achieved incredible levels of success and suffered brutally violent deaths.
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Baseball's signature failure myth -- the Boston Red Sox's struggles against the New York Yankees -- ended in dramatic style when the Sox rallied from a three-game deficit to defeat their archrivals in the 2004 American League Championship Series.
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Drazen Petrovic and Vlade Divac were teammates on Yugoslavia's national basketball team before they found success in the NBA. After 1991, however, the two athletes turned blood enemies when their country dissolved into civil war.
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Ewan McGregor narrates this adrenaline-pumping documentary that captures the thrilling, terrifying reality of MotoGP racing. Filmmaker Mark Neale gets behind the scenes with unprecedented access to shoot some of the sport's most electrifying footage.
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Cinéma vérité tackles football in this inspirational profile of an inner-city Memphis high school football team, whose downtrodden players combine with a dedicated volunteer coach in a valiant effort to reach the school's first-ever playoff game.
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This unflinching documentary chronicles the turbulent life of Chris Herren, a young NBA star whose profound drug addiction wrecked his basketball career. Now sober, Herren shares his cautionary tale at high schools, rehab centers and other venues.
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Friends, family, peers and the hardcore wrestling legend Mick Foley himself detail his story from being Mrs. Foley's baby boy in Long Island, N.Y., to becoming an international superstar, philanthropist and author.
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Inspired by pioneering outdoorsman Yvon Chouinard's freewheeling 1968 van trip to Patagonia, South America, a band of bliss-seeking surfer-mountaineers sets out -- in 2007, by boat -- to remake the journey in this adventure documentary. Jeff Johnson and his buddies hug the coast, stopping at the Galapagos Islands and Easter Island before arriving in Patagonia -- a region that's still breathtaking but is now besieged by environmental threats.
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A promising young boxer from a troubled family, Dewey Bozella was wrongfully convicted of murder in 1983 and spent more than 26 years in Sing Sing prison. This inspirational film follows his quest to fight one professional fight as a free man.
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Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at Usain St. Leo Bolt, the Jamaican sprinter who's widely regarded as the fastest man in the world and became a legend at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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This documentary uses the case of Steve Bartman -- the fan who interfered with an in-play ball and was vilified for costing the Chicago Cubs a crucial 2003 playoff game -- to examine the widespread phenomenon of scapegoating in the sports world.
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Documentarian Ken Burns takes a swing at baseball, chronicling the sport's signature people, places and events and its deep-rooted relationship to American culture. The pastime's history unfolds over nostalgic, informative "innings."
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Some conflicting social forces and dubious recruiting practices transformed The U -- the University of Miami's football team -- into a nationwide powerhouse in the 1980s and beyond, as their coach stirred up controversy by seeking out black players.
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Director Spike Jonze and "Jackass" prankster Johnny Knoxville produced this unconventional portrait of BMX rider Mat Hoffman, a fearless, trailblazing biker who went pro when he was only 16 and helped build the sport of BMX Freestyle.
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Universities nationwide lobbied hard to sign highly touted football prospect Marcus Dupree in 1981. But as this ESPN sports doc reveals, his vast promise never materialized due to injuries, lax discipline and the weight of outsized expectations.
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Award-winning documentarian Ken Burns takes a swing at a unique and much-loved aspect of life in the United States -- baseball -- chronicling the sport's signature people, places and events as well as its deep-rooted relationship to American culture. The pastime's century-and-a-half history unfolds over ten nostalgic, informative "innings," which delve into baseball's spiritual resonance with the entire nation.
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