Special Olympics Chief of Sport Lou Lauria Shares His Current Watchlist with Sports Business Daily

Special Olympics Chief of Sport Lou Lauria shares his binge-watching favorites.

The following is an excerpt from Sports Business Daily called Binge Watching With Special Olympics Chief Of Sport Lou Lauria.

Many Americans were fixated on cycling when LANCE ARMSTRONG raced in the Tour de France but they largely have gone back to their pre-Lance levels of interest in the sport. “THE LEAST EXPECTED DAY” is a fascinating look inside the Movistar team and their 2019 season and what it means to be on a team, in a sport where the casual observer does not recognize it as a team sport. If you have ever used a wheel for transportation, you need to watch this.

“BROCKMIRE” flies a bit below the radar, but HANK AZARIA is a star and the writing is outstanding. Azaria plays an MLB broadcaster who blows up his career and winds up a completely loveable degenerate in the minors trying to work his way back. IFC network has a strong track record of great shows like this.

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