In recognition of the UN's "World Basketball Day", Liz Waid and Colin Lowther tell about Manute Bol. He was a successful basketball player in the United States. But he also worked in his home country of Sudan.
Liz Waid and Bruce Gulland look at games children play all around the world. These games are more important than people know.
Ryan Geertsma and Robin Basselin tell the story of Melissa Arnot. Arnot has climbed many mountains and set many climbing records. But she has also worked to help climbers and guides.
Do steroids make sports better? What problems do steroids cause? Are there any benefits? Joshua Leo and Liz Waid look at the issue of using steroid drugs in sports.
Colin Lowther and Liz Waid tell about the beginnings of Pokemon! It started as a simple game, but now this business is famous all around the world.
Many sports fans say their team is more important to them than work, friends and even religion. Liz Waid and Adam Navis look at reasons why sports fans are so invested in their teams.
Adam Navis and Liz Waid look at the history and traditions of the ancient Japanese sport of Sumo.
Could you run up a wall? Liz Waid and Colin Lowther look at a new sport for the 2020 Olympics – speed climbing. Athletes for this sport look like they are running up a wall!
In Thai prisons, some prisoners are earning their freedom through boxing. Liz Waid and Ryan Geertsma look at why the Thai government is encouraging this sport.