Announcer Andrés Cantor is famous for his (lengthy) "gol" calls, but there's much more to his life and career. This week on Only A Game, Cantor shares his story of coming to the U.S. as a teenager — and reaching the top of the soccer commentating world. Also, revisiting the deaths of NHL enforcer Brian "Spinner" Spencer and his father. Plus, the story of a man who entered a horse race without a horse ... and invented the sport of trail ultramarathoning. Join us!
'Gooooool!': Soccer Commentator Andrés Cantor Is More Than His Famous Call
Cantor is best known for his legendary calls. But there's so much more to him.
A Horse Race Without A Horse: How Modern Trail Ultramarathoning Was Invented
The sport began when a man showed up to a 100-mile horse race all by himself.
Charlie Pierce: The Week In Sports
Karen and Charlie discuss MLB's doubleheader madness ... and Bill Russell reminds fans that he's not dead.
'I Absolutely Froze': The Night 'Spinner' Spencer's Dad Attacked The CBC
Spencer's father held staffers hostage as his son was on the NHL's biggest stage.
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This program aired on August 8, 2020.