Garrett McNamara recently surfed a giant wave, perhaps one the biggest ever surfed. It was 90 feet and rolled out off the coast of Portugal. He says he's in search of the next wave, hopefully one even bigger. See the video.
Ramogi Huma was recruited to play Division I football and saw student athletes struggle to pay grocery and medical bills. He talks with Dick Gordon about what it's like to be a student-athlete, and whether they should receive stipends.
A new documentary film called Racing Dreams recently opened in theaters. One of the stars of the film is Annabeth Barnes. She can't drive a car; the 15-year-old doesn't have her license yet. But she took her first spin on a race track when she was four years old.
Kim Ng grew up playing stickball on the streets of Queens, NY and is now one of the most powerful women in baseball. She is vice president and assistant general manager of the L.A. Dodgers. Dick Gordon talks to Kim from her office at Dodger Town. Also in thie episode: producer Joe Vella and behind the scenes with the Beach Boys on their Pet Sounds album recording.