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Jon Frankel explores the rise of overuse injuries in youth sports; Bryant Gumbel sits down with recently exonerated Huwe Burton, who ran this month’s NYC marathon; Andrea Kremer talks to the new head coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves, Ryan Saunders; Amy Van Dyken tells David Scott about the sport that helped her develop a new outlook on life.

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Youth Overuse Injuries

Jon Frankel investigates how the professionalization of youth sports has contributed to the rise of overuse injuries in kids as young as eight-years-old.

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Youth Sports Full Segment

Jon Frankel speaks to teens who have suffered from several overuse injuries and the doctors who treat them.

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Huwe Burton

After spending nearly two decades behind bars, Huwe Burton speaks to Bryant Gumbel about running the NYC marathon with one of the lawyers who fought for his freedom.

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Ryan Saunders

Ryan Saunders tells Andrea Kremer how he plans to lead the Minnesota Timberwolves to the NBA Western Conference Finals after succeeding his late father as the head coach of the team.

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Amy Van Dyken Update

Amy Van Dyken speaks to David Scott about how Adaptive CrossFit helped her regain her confidence and the strength to complete daily tasks that she once thought were impossible from a wheelchair.