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Here are the 29 best movies of sports. Please click Read Review to read movie reviews on Amazon. You can also click Find in Library to check the item availability at your local library. If the default library is not correct, please follow Change Local Library to reset it.

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26. The Man Who Skied Down Everest

by: Image Entertainment
Release date: Mar 01, 2005
Run Time: 86 minutes
Rated: G (General Audience)
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This incredible, award-winning film features adventurer, poet and world-champion skier Yuichiro Miura as he and his team face the most challenging climb in the world, Mt. Everest. The ascent is fraught with tragedy, the descent miraculous. During the climb, they face an icefall that claims the lives of six of their team, still considered the worst natural disaster accident in Himalayan history. With a 35mm Panavision film crew in tow, they continue on to the South Col, only 350 meters from the summit, where Miura put his life in the hands of the gods in his descent. Using oxygen and a parachute to slow his speed, Miura skied 7,000 feet over sheer ice and rocks. Unbalanced by the gusting winds, he hit a boulder and fell 1,320 feet, smashing into rocks and ice ridges. A patch of snow was all that saved him, allowing his fall to end just moments away from the Bergshrund Crevasse. This final climax has been called the most exciting six minutes of film ever shot as Miura plummets helplessly down Everest’s unforgiving icy slopes toward certain death.
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27. Bike-O-Vision Cycling Video- Yellowstone National Park (Widescreen DVD #9)

by: North Bay Productions
Release date: Dec 01, 2010
Run Time: 90 minutes
Rated: G (General Audience)
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Finally, the incomparable Yellowstone National Park is yours for the taking! This disc brings you the world’s only bike-o-visual tour through these amazing natural wonders. You’ll actually ride through a herd of wild bison, past bubbling geothermal pools and stop to marvel at the beautiful earth tones of The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. You’ll get nice, long runs beside rushing rivers, clear lakes and native meadows, punctuated by an abundance of unusual wildlife. More highlights: Lake Yellowstone Hotel, Firehole Lake Loop and of course Old Faithful, presented in constant motion to keep you cycling along. 90 minutes of an American national treasure!
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28. Bike-O-Vision Cycling DVD #4 California Coast

by: Rockstone Productions
Release date: Jan 05, 2005
Run Time: 75 minutes
Rated: G (General Audience)
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This Bike-O-Vision journey is an absolute must for those who crave the wild beauty of the Pacific Ocean and it’s sandy beaches. Ride along the sheer cliffs of Big Sur, the colorful rocky shores of the central coast, routes North of San Francisco and Santa Cruz, tour Santa Barbara then finish with an invigorating ride from Malibu to Ventura and a perfect sunset. You can almost taste the salt spray…
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29. Ride – Five Simple Steps For Secure, Solid Success!

by: Dressage Simply Southern, LLC
Release date: Apr 02, 2007
Run Time: 20 minutes
Rated: G (General Audience)
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The Classical principals of Dressage are so simple, yet they’ve been clouded by intellectual terms, and their great truths are often lost, leaving many riders confused and frustrated. My Five Simple Steps are based on discoveries by ancient Masters and they work 100% of the time. I have witnessed dramatic, positive results in riders from Walk/Trot to Grand Prix in the very first lesson. The Five Simple Steps are easy to remember and understand… they simply work!

Ride simply because you love to ride and forget the mistakes along the way. Ride for yourself and forget who is watching. Enjoy riding in the moment for today. Knowing that you are riding your personal best is secure, solid success. Enjoy your ride! Leslie

Watch a DVD Preview on our Web site: DressageSimplySouthern.com

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