Investigate one of sports' most high-profile scandals in Cycling's Greatest Fraud. This one-hour special dissects the story of the science and scheming behind what's been called "the most ... See full summary »
Examines the popularity of endurance sports and profiles four everyday individuals - cancer survivor, blind senior citizen and twin sisters - who compete in marathons and triathlons and are redefining what it means to be an 'athlete'.
Wow! That's all i could say after watching the 3 and a half hour long Grammy awards on Feb. 13, 2005. The past few years were somewhat disappointing because the only entertaining part had been the opening act. Not this year, everything was top notch. And there were so many great performances, one after another! The only disappointing one was U2 because the song they sang was just to slow and did not fit well with the fast paced event! Other than that...AMAZING! I couldn't believe how many awards were presented compared to performances. It seemed like one big concert event. And the host Queen Latifah was not disappointing either because she didn't show up to much on stage like many hosts do and try to be funny when they really are not. She even performed her own number! Wow!
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