Dr. Jen Welter made history in July when the Arizona Cardinals hired her as an intern Training Camp coach, making her the first female coach to reach the NFL. It was actually her third historic achievement in the past two years with the previous two coming as a member of the Texas Revolution indoor football team. Brian Sandler details the journey that put her in position to go where no woman had gone before.
NASCAR has always had colorful characters, and since 1984, it has had colorful infields with increasingly intricate paintings promoting race sponsors. The process is a lot more interesting than just watching paint dry as a GPS system, not stencils, are used to create the artwork
Equestrian is a global sport with Olympic status, but many people don't know much about it. Brian Sandler spent some time with the SMU equestrian team--one of only 22 college programs in the United States--to learn how it works and what makes it unique from every other sport.
Brian Sandler interviews Gordon Jago, who survived the London Blitz during World War II to become a professional soccer player in England's top division, coach the Dallas Sidekicks to two indoor championships, and transform the annual Dallas Cup youth tournament into a world-renowned event.
One of the most unique and enjoyed features of the Dallas Cup is the HomeStay Program, which has foreign players and referees stay with local families. It’s a big commitment for the families, but it’s vital to the tournament’s success as it saves teams as much as $50,000 on hotels, meals and travel.