An addiction costs this promising athlete a sports career. See how he found true freedom with the help of his defense attorney and arresting officer.
Dr. Bennet Omalu, the subject of the major motion picture, Concussion, discusses the effects of brain injuries in athletes and how to keep children safe from high-impact sports.
Jen Bricker is a professional gymnast and acrobatic performer.....without legs. Be inspired to follow your own dreams as you watch this remarkable woman walk out her belief, "can't is just not an option."
The Washington Redskins have had an up-and-down season - and while the rest of the year is still in the air, one thing is certain: There would have been a lot more "downs" if it hadn't been for QB Kirk Cousins. Recently, he sat down with Shawn Brown to discuss his role as a leader
Reaching people with the Gospel - and improving diplomatic relations between two countries at the same time - can be a difficult assignment. But throw in a basketball... and suddenly, it can be easier than you might think.
Jennifer Wishon explains from the eastern European country of Belarus.
In 2011, Mike Morrison won the NCAA decathlon championship. Injuries prevented him from pursuing the 2012 Summer Games - but Mike's now back in top shape and training for the Rio Olympics. Recently, he talked with Tom Buehring about the inner transformation that's repeatedly taken him over the top.
Connor and Cayden Young -- the 2013 Sports Illustrated Kids of the Year. They may not win medals - but they've won hearts around the world... including the one of NBA superstar LeBron James!
In this instant 7CI classic, NFL great Tim Brown shares why he couldn’t look at himself in the mirror.
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Charles Tonga's father thought Rugby would be a good way for his son to make friends, but it became more of an outlet for his rage over abandonment issues.
Former Kansas Jayhawk and Miami Heat power forward rode his basketball skills to an NBA championship. He thought he had it all -- but one thing still eluded him...
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