Strive

Director: Dennis Porter
Genre: Sports

Athletes up-close and intimate. Strive profiles young men and women who put everything on the line to become champions.

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Episodes

Episode 1

Profiles of Jack Hall and Cara de Belle, two of Canada's top ranked university badminton players.

Episode 2

A close look at athletes that have helped Western University win 33 of the last 34 national cheerleading championships.

Episode 3

Profiling three of Canada's top ranked female collegiate shot putters.

Episode 4

Profiling Daniel Gleason, Ontario champion, and one of Canada's best pole vaulters.

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