The Finnisher: 6/21/17
If you haven't heard of Lauri Markkanen yet, you will after the NBA draft. The 7-footer grew up in Finland, where ice hockey is king but his basketball skills made him a standout on the court. Markkanen shares his story, and ESPN draft analyst Chad Ford breaks down his potential.
True North: 6/18/17
Sean Swarner is the first cancer survivor to summit Mt. Everest, and conquer the highest peaks on each continent, a feat known as the "7 Summits". He's done this with one lung.
Life or Limb: 6/11/17
Craig Cunningham, a professional hockey player, suffered a cardiac arrest minutes before a game and was confronted with a life-changing decision: To live or keep his leg.
What's In A Name: 6/4/17
Bailey Landry is all over the LSU softball record books. But the story behind her name carries far more history - it's tied to the 1995 bombing of the Oklahoma City federal building.
Restart - (Episode 2): 6/1/17
In Episode 2 of Restart, we learn more about how the families react to race car driver Bryan Clauson saving a life through his own death.
Restart (Episode 1): 5/28/17
Nine months after Bryan Clauson was killed in a short-track racing accident, his family found out the 27-year-old was able to give life after his death.
Player 1: 5/21/17
Jann Mardenborough's a professional driver in Japan's highest level of open wheel racing. Would you believe he learned to handle a car by playing the video game, Gran Turismo?
Dear Mom: 5/14/17
What do Dale Earnhardt, J.J. Watt and Russell Wilson have in common? The same thing as Laurie Hernandez and Bryce Harper - a special relationship and love for their mom.
The List: 5/7/17
After losing a close friend, Sebastian Terry decided to go on an adventure to make his life extraordinary. His list consisted of 100 accomplishments around the world.
James Conner: For Those Who Can't: 4/30/17
As the now cancer-free James Conner received the second phone call to change his life, two families tell the impact Pittsburgh's third-round pick has had on their children.
Finding Nittmo - Part 2: 4/26/17
We track down Bjorn in Arizona and find a man who is living but not alive. Despite their father leaving them, his kids yearn for a relationship, but will accept his safety.
Finding Nittmo - Part 1: 4/23/17
Bjorn Nittmo, a high school exchange student from Sweden, discovered his talent in American football, and started the ride of a lifetime. Then he disappeared.
36 Hours in Cubsville: 4/16/17
Chicago native Scoop Jackson went on a journey to explore all shades of Cubsville and find that one true, crazy, loyal, devoted fan. He found more than one.
The Making of a Major: 4/6/17
From Bobby Jones through President Eisenhower becoming a member,the history of Augusta National explains why The Masters has a tradition like no other.
Anthony Rizzo is one of the best players in baseball. But don't treat the Cubs first baseman like a superstar. By beating cancer he's achieved more off the field than on it.
The Race For A Movement: 3/24/17
Five years before Title IX, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially run in the Boston Marathon. She didn't start the race looking to make history, but that's why she finished.
Special Stories: 3/19/17
In "Special Stories" learn about the extraordinary efforts of athletes in the Winter Special Olympics Games, and why Olympic great Apolo Ohno is an ambassador and huge fan.
Ball Family Inc.: 3/9/17
In the latest SC Featured special, LaVar Ball sits down with Scoop Jackson and details his plan of making his three sons, Lonzo, LaMelo and LiAngelo, basketball superstars.
In this debut podcast, hosts Jen Lada, Tom Rinaldi, and producer Kristen Lappas share the story of the unlikely bond between a team of Swedish Adventure Racers and a stray dog they found in the Amazon Jungle.
PinKings Ep. 17: Alex and Kevin: 8/23/16
In the final chapter, Episode 17, Alex and Kevin come together and discuss their life, the experience of telling their story and the feeling of working on the mat together, again.
PinKings Ep. 16: So Miami: 8/22/16
In Episode 16, So Miami, we come full circle. Kevin returns to this wrestling roots in Miami. And he makes a stunning decision.
PinKings Ep. 15: Washed and Dried: 8/19/16
Kevin is close to making a major bust. He's infiltrated a Colombian cartel through a DEA sponsored money-laundering operation. He doesn't know it. He's cleaning Alex's cash.
PinKings Ep. 14: Back To Work: 8/18/16
Alex is in the mountains of Colombia, held hostage. He's still running his U.S. smuggling operation and begins rotating between cartels, ultimately working for Pablo Escobar.
PinKings EP. 13: Chasing The Chameleon: 8/17/16
Kevin joins the DEA and gets word of a big investigation. Alex begins to get worried and flees the country through Mexico. He eventually makes it to Rio de Janeiro.
PinKings Ep. 12: Hard Time: 8/16/16
Meet Jim Burke, the cop, and Paul Pelletier, the prosecutor, who combined to track down Alex using an informant and the U.S. government's War on Drugs to get the job done.
PinKings EP. 11: Nowhere To Hide: 8/15/16
Kevin leaves the Army to care of his wife. She's hooked on crack cocaine. His life crumbling, he files for divorce. One night he's home with the barrel of a gun in his mouth.
PinKings Ep. 10: Bimini and Beyond: 8/12/16
Just 50 miles off the Florida coast, the Bahamas were the perfect spot for the last step in Colombian cocaine smuggling. Alex finds out the Coast Guard was aware of this, too.
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