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Top 5 Worth-to-Watch Sports documentaries
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Top 5 Worth-to-Watch Sports documentaries

When we talk about documentaries they always inspire us and change our view of life. Every story has something to learn about and inspire about. 

Likewise, sports have these top 5 documentaries which inspire the people and make them learn about something. 

Let’s take a look: 

When We Were Kings (1996)- This movie is based on the well-known event “Rumble in the Jungle.” This is a much-talked title heavyweight between the two boxing legends, Muhammad Ali and George Foreman. The whole documentary has real footage of Muhammad Ali and George Foreman in Zaire.

Touching the Void (2003)- In this movie, it is a climb up of professional mountaineers Joe Simpson and Simon Yates in Siula Grande, Peru. The movie is about Simpson’s survival after his partner Simon cuts the rope while facing an enormous storm. The movie is very thrilling and holds on to the suspense till the last minutes. 

Senna (2010)- The film is portrayed by Asif Kapadia who has highlighted the journey of Brazil’s National Hero- Ayrton Senna. The film has original archive footage of Senna’s home movies which is covering his life, off-track controversies, and the ultimate devastating moment that took his whim.

Free Solo (2018)- It is a documentary about the survival of Alex Honnold, a successful solo rock climber. The film is made by the National Geographic Partners, directed by Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin. This movie received appreciation from all around the world and proved that You can fall if you take a single step wrong.  

Messi (2015)- The film is directed by Alex de la Iglesia, It is a successful journey of a simple boy who turned into the Hero of Argentina- Lionel Messi. The film also includes some of the archival interviews of Messi which will make you think and believe in his actions.

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