Sports Charlotte

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Sinopse

The Charlotte Post's award-winning journalists Herb White and Ashley Mahoney analyze sports and newsmakers in the Queen City. Equal measures of wit, wisdom and versatility because game knows game.

Episódios

  • Frank McKinney | Scrum The Documentary

    14/10/2021 Duração: 29min

    Queens University of Charlotte championship-winning rugby coach Frank McKinney is the subject of "Scrum," a documentary that details the obstacles and challenges faced by one of the first Black American collegiate head coaches in the sport. The film, helmed by award-winning director Thomas Morgan. debuted Oct. 10.

  • The Greatest | Ken Burns On Muhammad Ali

    13/08/2021 Duração: 37min

    Acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns discusses his new documentary on three-time heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali and "The Greatest's" place among legendary American figures. Burns also dishes on his storytelling prowess and how producing a documentary movie aligns with journalism. Host: Herb White.

  • Akala Garrett | On Track To Succeed

    22/07/2021 Duração: 25min

    Harding High School sophomore Akala Garrett, the 2021 Gatorade Runner of the Year in North Carolina, won the girls' 400 meter hurdles at the USA Track & Field Nationals and three state titles at the N.C. 4A championships. Her goal is simple: Run in the Olympics.

  • Darrius Barnes | Charlotte FC Biz

    05/06/2021 Duração: 34min

    Knightdale, N.C. native and former Duke soccer player Darrius Barnes is back in his native state as Charlotte FC's director of business operations. A former MLS player and executive in the league's New York office, Barnes talks about the run-up to Charlotte FC's inaugural season and the sport's business end.

  • Deion Sanders Effect On HBCU Football

    23/04/2021 Duração: 29min

    Black college football made waves with Jackson State University's hire of Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Deion Sanders as head coach. Donal Ware, host of From the Press Box to Press Row on SirusXM, talks about the hire and its impact on HBCUs going forward. Host: Herb White.