By 1939, Meijer Stad had made a name for himself in Dutch soccer. But his physical fitness and willingness to take risks took him beyond the pitch -- to the Dutch resistance movement and several concentration camps.
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Meijer Stad was a Dutch soccer player -- and a resistance fighter during World War II. This week on Only A Game, the story of Stad's double life. Plus, Arlene Piper was the first woman to officially complete a marathon in the U.S. But for 50 years, she didn't know she had a place in sports history. Plus, a pickup basketball league's 25-year reunion brings together long-lost friends. Join us!