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In the Moment with David Greene

Religion of Sports | PRX

The most adrenaline-charged, fist-pumping moments in sports happen in the blink of an eye for fans. But those moments are years in the making for athletes. And the impact of them can last a lifetime.

In the Moment is a new podcast from the people who brought you Man in the Arena. Every Tuesday, host David Greene takes you inside the mind of an athlete at a pivotal moment in their career. David combines his experience as the former host of NPR’s Morning Edition with the passion of a diehard sports fan to relive some of the biggest moments in sports.

From Religion of Sports and PRX.

2021, 2022

The most adrenaline-charged, fist-pumping moments in sports happen in the blink of an eye for fans. But those moments are years in the making for athletes. And the impact of them can last a lifetime.

In the Moment is a new podcast from the people who brought you Man in the Arena. Every Tuesday, host David Greene takes you inside the mind of an athlete at a pivotal moment in their career. David combines his experience as the former host of NPR’s Morning Edition with the passion of a diehard sports fan to relive some of the biggest moments in sports.

From Religion of Sports and PRX.

2021, 2022

Extra Episode: "The Last Cup"

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November 29, 202238min 53sec

With the World Cup upon us, we want to introduce you to a new podcast from NPR and Futuro Studios: “The Last Cup,” a podcast series about soccer and the immigrant experience.

Lionel Messi is known as the best soccer player of his generation, but there's one dream he's never achieved: winning a World Cup.

Host Jasmine Garsd tells the story of Messi as a young immigrant who left Argentina on his way to soccer stardom. Now, he faces his last chance to win a World Cup - and the respect of his home country.

Leaving your country, the search for success, and the dream of returning one day; Garsd sets out to explore these themes in her own life as an Argentine immigrant in the U.S.

What does home mean when you are so far away, for so long?