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Subject: Phys. Ed.: Recreation & Sports

The Biographies Series: Sports

The Biographies Series: Sports

4 of 52 programs from The Biographies Series, which offer in-depth and personal studies of celebrated people in Sports. Other focus areas in the series include: History; Literature; Performing Arts; Photography; Psychology; U.S. Studies; World Studies. 4 programs (30 to 60 minutes). Complete Series: 52 programs (30 to 90 minutes).

List of Titles


Muhammed Ali:Fighting Spirit

Muhammed Ali:Fighting Spirit

Muhammad Ali grew up in Louisville, Kentucky, as Cassius Clay Jr. and started boxing at an early age. During his amateur career he registered 100 wins and five losses and competed in both the famous Golden Gloves tournament and the 1960 Olympic Games before turning pro. By 1963 Ali had won 18 bouts, but he was also Click for more


David Beckham: Stamina

David Beckham: Stamina

From the mid-to-late 1990s David Robert Joseph Beckham was well-known for one thing only - his prowess on the football field (sometimes called soccer in countries that have their own football codes). Playing for powerhouse club Manchester United, Becks and his famous right foot consistently pierced the opposition's Click for more


Pele: The King of Soccer (Football)

Pele: The King of Soccer (Football)

Outside of the United States and Canada, soccer is called football. And in Brazil, which is synonymous with this world game, it is this country's passion that has produced some of the world's best players, one of whom is known as the "King of Football" or "King of Soccer," Pele. At the age of 17, Pele joined Brazil's Click for more


Michael Schumacher: The Red Baron

Michael Schumacher: The Red Baron

Michael Schumacher, the Red Baron, is a seven-time Formula One world champion. He is quite simply the greatest driver the sport has ever seen, earning over $650 million in salary and endorsement deals, putting him on a par with superstar athletes such as David Beckham and Tiger Woods. By 2005 the German was the world's Click for more





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