In the pilot episode of 'The Sports Wallk' aspiring Sports Journalist and host of 'The Starting Line' Naomi Grey (@StartingLine_) takes a walk around Borough Park, Brooklyn. She shares her thoughts on being a black female journalist, respect for women in sports, Colin Kaepernick not having a job in the NFL and other topics.
Sports Journalist Bryan Fonseca (@BryanFonsecaNY) takes 'The Sports Walk' around Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn. Bryan shares his thoughts about the state of the sport of boxing and the impact of Mixed Martial Arts. He also discusses his interest in a potential Conor McGregor vs Floyd Mayweather fight, finding his place as a Latino man in the field of sports journalism and players of color being told how to celebrate in Major League Baseball.
Marine Park, Brooklyn native Maria Fraschilla (@MariaFraschilla) takes 'The Sports Walk' around her neighborhood and discusses how women athletes are viewed in sports, body shaming for female athletes, the greatness of tennis superstar Serena Williams and mental health awareness in sports today.
Flatbush native and Personal Trainer Shapel Mallard takes The Sports Walk around the Prospect Park Parade Grounds in Brooklyn, NY. Mallard shares how he believes the National Football League has been hypocritical on issues regarding Colin Kaepernick's protest, domestic violence and player safety.