Stories Lived

Tag Archive: Sports

Cycling BMX

Huang Liya, a 17 year old girl, has been a professional BMX FREESTYLE bicyclist for one year. In her path of pursuing dream, Liya naver resign trying.   About the Filmmaker Submitted by WEI Shijie[…]

Go For It

“Go for it.” is a documentary that delves into the life of one of the best teenage trampolinists in the nation, Alex Paredes. In the film, she talks about the beauty of the sport but[…]

A Never-ending Dream

According to his disability, Edgaras has the sport class of S11. This means that only athletes who have severe vision impairment or, in other words, are completely blind belong to this classification. Competing against other[…]

I Want to Boxeo

A man who grew up with a hard life finds something he loves to turn his life around.   About the Filmmaker Submitted by Eric Brown Eric is a Boston based, self taught filmmaker who[…]


Bittersweet is a short film about local surfer, Daniel Satchell surfing one of the UK’s most popular seaside tourist destinations – Brighton. Although Brighton is hardly the epicentre of UK surfing, it still surprisingly holds[…]


Tessa Grubbs learned her love for volleyball around the age of 13. At the beginning, she was everything but perfect. She was cut from the first team she tried out for, but made the eighth[…]

Nelson Piquet Jr.: A Fresh Start

After being the first world champion on the first season of Formula Electric, the second one was the worst. The team was a huge mess and almost came in last place in the championship. But[…]

Ring Of Hope Youth Boxing Club

Ring Of Hope Youth Boxing Club for youngsters and young adults who live in the Capital Region in upstate New York. The enrichment program for youth is also supported by Ring of Hope Boxing Club[…]

Pearson Syndrome and Eli: bELIeve!

Eli was diagnosed with Pearson Syndrome — a rare mitochondrial disease that develops into Kearns-Sayre Syndrome in children who survive infancy — when he was one year old, and his parents were told his life[…]

Leah’s Story

Australian swimmer Leah Neale qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympic games. She competed in the 4x200m relay Freestyle alongside Emma McKeon, Bronte Barratt and Tasmin Cook. The team finished the race in second place, winning[…]