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Sports Documentaries

Sports Documentaries

A collection of sports documentaries from track and field to basketball to football. Enjoy the history of the Caribbean's favourite sports.

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Sports Documentaries
  • Tim Duncan Back in St. Croix, Virgin Islands 2005

    Watch as this 2005 documentary follows Spurs Legend and future NBA hall of famer Tim Duncan as he visits his home town in St. Croix, USVI. Visit where he grew up, where he played basketball, and how life was like growing up in the USVI.

  • Breaking2 - Kenyan Runners Documentary

    Three champion marathoners, Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya, Lelisa Desisa of Ethiopia, and Zersenay Tadese of Eritrea, along with an elite group of physiologist, work together to try and defeat all odds by breaking the 2-hour marathon.

  • Stories of the Olympic Games - 100m

    Faster, Higher, Stronger examines how the most anticipated and hyped event in any Olympics, the 100 metres final, has been run faster and faster by men like Jim Hines, the first to run the race in under 10 seconds, Carl Lewis, the best finisher of them all and Usain Bolt, whose massive stride all...

  • Sporting Greats - Sir Garfield Sobers

    Sir Garfield St Aubrun Sobers, AO, OCC, also known as Gary or Garry Sobers, is a former cricketer who played for the West Indies between 1954 and 1974, and is widely considered to be cricket's greatest all-rounder. Watch his history as people discuss what he did for the West Indies Cricket Team.

  • Sporting Greats - Usain Bolt

    He is the fastest runner in history over 100m and 200m, as well as winning the “triple triple” at the Olympics: gold in the 100m, 200m and 4x100m relay at three consecutive games, in Beijing, London and Rio. Watch as we take a deeper look into Usain Bolt's Career.

  • Stories of the Olympic Games - 1500m

    This documentary travels to the many and varied environments that have helped shape the greatest 1500m runners - from the forests of Finland to the beaches of Australia, from the city streets and country lanes of Britain to the high altitude terrains of Kenya and Morocco - it reveals that althoug...

  • MLB Player - Carlos Correa Puerto Rico History

    The History of one of the best baseball player of the world from Santa Isabel , Puerto Rico. Carlos Correa 2015 Rookie of the year and future hall of famer.

  • Michael Johnson: Survival of the Fastest

    I am Michael Johnson. I have won four Olympic golds in sprinting. At this level of my sport, nearly all the athletes are black. But there is another connection…” starts Michael Johnson, one of the greatest athletes of all time, in this extraordinary BBC documentary.

  • Sir Garfield Sobers - The Mythical Reality

    "The Mythical Reality" is a documentary depicting who Sir Garfield Sobers is and what made his Cricket career magical for the West Indies team. With Barbadian decent, he will go down as one of the greatest Barbadian cricket player ever.

  • The Sprint Factory - Jamaica

    Just why do Jamaicans run so fast? Adrienne Arsenault travels from Canada to the island nation to find out.

  • Fire In Babylon (2010)

    Fire in Babylon is a world famous 2010 British documentary film about the record-breaking West Indies cricket team of the 1970s and 1980s. Featuring stock footage and interviews with several former players and officials.

  • The Sprinter Factory - Jamaican Female Sprinters

    These are the girls running as fast as they can to be Jamaica’s new sprint champions in a country obsessed with its athletes. This is the story of the Champs national youth athletics competition that could change their lives.

  • Lillee & Thompson vs West Indies 1975

    The example set by Lillee and Thomson, the Aussie crowd racism and Tony Grieg's ill advised "grovel" comment in 76 all helped to focus the Windies into a professional and unstoppable machine. They came back to Australia in the 79-80 test series and made them suffer. Roberts, Holding, Garner and C...

  • The Reggae Boyz - 2001 Documentary

    Calypso Soccer: The rise of the Jamaican Football team caught the world’s imagination as the self styled ‘Reggae Boyz’ who came from no-where to make it to the 1998 finals in France.

  • Jamaican Street Football in Trenchtown

    Jamaican Street Soccer, known to the local culture simply as "Scrimmage" is more than just a game it is a symbol of community & unity that travels through all parts of the country.

    Hear from Jamaican soccer players from all levels: Former National-teamers, coaches, spectators, children & adult...

  • Soca Warriors restore belief for Trinidad & Tobago

    "The Hex" follows MLS players and fans through the final round of CONCACAF 2018 World Cup Qualifying. MLS players will represent all six nations in the Hex: Mexico, United States, Honduras, Panama, Costa Rica and Trinidad & Tobago.

  • Dwight Yorke - Close Up of the former Machester United Star

    A close look into the life of Trinidadian and former Manchester United Star Dwight Yorke. From humble beginnings in Trinidad and Tobago to a star in England. Follow Dwight Yorke as he goes to his home and looks back at his roots growing up in the islands.

  • T&T - Small Axe looking to topple Big Trees

    Trinidad & Tobago is a small country with big soccer ambitions. Nicknamed "The Soca Warriors", the team from the dual-island Caribbean nation managed to qualify for its first-ever World Cup in 2006, making it the smallest country in both size and population to ever qualify for the tournament.

  • Reggae Boyz on the Rise Soccer Culture in Jamaica

    With recent success at the international level, making it to the CONCACAF Gold Cup Final, the beautiful game in Jamaica is on the rise. Eyes set on World Cup 2018, KICK sent its newest host Prez to the island nation to attend a Reggae Boyz World Cup Qualifier and explore the sport’s cultural impa...

  • Alvas Powell from Jamaica to Portland Timbers

    The transition from Jamaica to Portland has taught Timbers right back Alvas Powell a lot about being a professional, including how to handle all the TV cameras. His personality and sense of humor have made him a guy everyone on the club loves to be around.

  • Haiti - Out But Not Down

    Haiti is a country who is doing what it can to bounce back after being hit with a massive earthquake in 2010. One way they're finding relief is through soccer. The team, like the country, is rebuilding. The fans, however, have never been more proud.

    Courtesy KICKTV

  • Waterhouse Through The Eyes of Football (2005)

    The Waterhouse community can be volatile yet has produced some of Jamaica's best footballers and athletes in general including the Olympic 100m champion Shelly-ann Fraser. The documentary takes an in-depth look...

  • Bermuda Inside Specialized Triathlon - Flora Duffy

    We meet up with Flora Duffy and track her illustrious career in ITU racing, from her humble beginnings in Bermuda to her dreams of podiums in Tokyo.

  • Beyond Short - Demar Phillips take on the MLS

    Demar Phillips' take on the MLS.