Sport but not as you know it. Our latest mini-season: The Black 14. It’s 1969 in Wyoming and 14 American footballers decide to take a stand against racism. Forget the champions. Amazing Sport Stories is about underdogs, myths, drama - global stories you’ll wish you’d known about and now probably won’t forget. There are other podcasts about gold medals and millionaire superstars. This is about courage, rule breakers and the unexpected - tales told in mini-seasons and one-off episodes. #AmazingSportStories
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There had been no apology. The “Black 14” moved on. Decades later, was that about to change? The American footballers had tried to take a stand against racism but they can’t forget what happened that day in 1969, back in Laramie, Wyoming. It has affe... more
Kicked off the Wyoming Cowboys, the “Black 14” watch the next game from the stands. Then, they turn to the courts to try to seek justice. It is October 1969 and word of their dismissal, for wanting to stage a protest against racism, has spread around... more
After facing racism on the field, “the Black 14” American footballers have made a decision. They’re going to ask the Cowboys’ head coach, Lloyd Eaton, if they can wear black armbands to protest at their next game against the Mormon-run Brigham Young ... more
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Really great at the start for the first few eps. Lately, while it’s interesting stories, it’s just articles being read aloud as opposed to a full podcast format. Also it advertises its own show on the show, which is pretty irritating.
“Frozen Out” tells the story of a groundbreaking Canadian gender-equality case in a clear and compelling fashion. The solidarity shown by the key “players” on Justine’s support team is truly inspiring. I remember when the actual events occurred and am so grateful to be able to revisit them with a new sense of empathy. Kudos!
A great listen however advertising the podcast I am listening too twice during the podcast is peak advertising in podcasts!!
Presenters for each story are not the best. Over the top in trying to hook the listeners in.
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