Brazil is synonymous with the world game, and it is this passion that has produced some of the worldʼs best players. But here is only one man who is known as the King of Football. Known simply as “Pelè”, he joined Brazilʼs World Cup team at the age of 17, fulfilling the promise he made to his father to “win a World Cup” for him. He starred, scoring twice in the final against Sweden. From then on he was targeted with rough treatment from opponents who feared his influence on the game.
He was born into a wealthy Brazilian family. He competed in 161 Grand Prix over ten years. And he took 64 Pole Positions, winning a massive 41 of them. He has been described as being charismatic, single-minded, and totally focused, as well as lauded by his peers as“an extraordinary driver, and an extraordinary person”. Aryton Senna was the idol for millions of Formula One fans, one of them being current champion Lewis Hamilton, who lists Senna alongside Alain Prost as his heroes. To so many of his fans and colleagues, he is remembered as one of the greatest Formula One champions of all time.
Garrett McNamara is an international big wave explorer known for discovering and pioneering the biggest wave in the world at Nazaré, Portugal. He is the 8-times Guinness World Record holder for the largest wave ever surfed, part of the only team to have ever surfed waves generated by a 300ft calving glacier in Alaska, and the only foreigner to receive the Vasco de Gama Medal of Honor from the Portuguese Navy for his contribution to Portugal.
Hard Knocks Fighting is a mixed martial arts promotion in North America. Hard Knocks Fighting was founded in 2009 by Canadian Olympic wrestler Ari Taub. Hard Knocks Fighting is known for its local fighter support and ongoing charity efforts and where Ronda Rousey secured her second career MMA victory.
Red Beard and his friends have a family friendly, fun time while they teach and go into detail on their builds. Red Beard started with basic go-karts in 2017 but has since added mini bikes, buggies, small engines, a bus, and a lot of fabrication. You're sure to find something that tickles your fancy.
AWE, A Wealth of Entertainment, is a 24/7 lifestyle and entertainment national cable channel. AWE delivers what every American dreams of – from awe-inspiring travel destinations to outrageous cars, from culinary delights to amazing homes, live world championship boxing, and much more.
YouToo America offers a wide variety of programming for viewers that are tired of the same repetitive shows. Featuring exclusive, original programs and topics that matter to real people, YouToo America takes viewers on a bold, exciting journey. Talk, Sports, Cooking, News, Movies, or Comedy, YouToo America has Something Different.
Courtside Jones is an innovative new series of interview-based basketball documentaries featuring intimate, first-person accounts of the lives and careers of some of the NBA's all-time greatest players. Legends like Rick Barry, Willis Reed, Kenny Anderson, and Cliff Robinson open up from striking locations beautifully shot.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been described as the “perfect footballer”, for his leadership on the field; his power running, and his uncanny ability to “find the back of the net”. Off-field he is the ultimate marketing machine,loved by young and old, male and female football fans. This program looks at the achievements of Manchester United’s famous midfielder, as well as the scandals that threatened to derail his brilliant career
Global phenomenon, fashion icon, multi-millionaire– these are only some of the labels given to one of the best soccer players of all time, David Beckham. Such is his fame that the average bystander will be able to tell you who he plays for,who he’s married to, and the names of his children in chronological order! Remarkably though, he hasn’t let his status go to his head. He recognizes that he is a role model to his young fans, and keeps it real by never refusing to sign an autograph.
From an early age, David Beckham wanted to be a soccer player and not just any soccer player - he wanted to play for Manchester United and become a leading name in the sport. By the young age of 28, he'd become one of the most well-known names around the world, worn the coveted 'No 7' shirt in the most successful United squad ever, captained the England team in a World Cup tournament and signed a multi-million pound deal with another major name in soccer, Real Madrid. This is an extraordinary story of success which includes rare footage both on and off the pitch....this is The Rise and Rise of David Beckham.
Just one decade after apartheid ended, South Africawon the right to host the 2010 World Cup.The announcement turned the dreams of the Rainbow Nation into a reality, becoming the first African country to host thebiggest single sport event in the world.This comprehensive documentary leaves no stone unturned as it investigates South Africa’s incredible journey to hostthe World Cup
Brazil has gifted the football world with names like Ronaldinho, Pele and Ronaldo, but during the last decade one player has emerged, with a name no one is likely to forget in a hurry!Sixty-eight million Euros was the transfer fee paid by Real Madrid to secure the services of Riccardo Isaacson Del Sato Lete, or Kaka, from former team AC Milan. The attacking midfielder has been likened to Brazilian greats in just his first few years playing for the premier league, with his pace and creativity exciting football fans everywhere.
From the days when his father would take him to watch Formula One greats Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost, Lewis Hamilton dreamed of joining the ranks of his racing heroes. This he eventually did; becoming the youngest driver to ever pilot a F1 car, in 2007.Hamilton grew up in Hartfordshire, in the United Kingdom, where at the age of 7 he started racing radio-controlled cars for fun. He soon moved onto the more challenging Go-Karts; then Formula 3 cars, in which he won the British Championship. Hamilton was never shy of his talent. He approached McLaren boss Ron Dennis at the age of ten and told him he was one day going to drive a McLaren. Ron replied, “Wait nine years and I’ll see what I can do”