The hurdles they face day to day might be different from those we face, but whatever their struggles, it doesn't stop them from practicing their passion. That's what makes this local swim team, this week's Harrell and Harrell Team of the Week.
A physical game that requires running, hitting, tackling and rough-housing isn't just for the big boys. As Michael Kelly tells us, rugby is welcomed by women, the only women's rugby team on the First Coast.
We're putting the spotlight on a group of girls that rallied around a teammate, as she and her family rallied against cancer. Channel 4's Michael Kelly tells us what the Bishop Kenny Cheerleaders did to help fight breast cancer.
It was a major feat for a young, Jacksonville man -- winning the Golden Gloves boxing competition in south Florida. Although this was an individual competition, he says he couldn't have done it without his team.
The "Pin and Win" wrestlers of Middleburg are preparing to do just that during this weekend's Ironman tournament. But this club is meant to teach kids much more than just how to wrestle. They're this week's Team of the Week.
It's a program that has even some of the young people understanding its importance in the community. The Putnam County Police Athletic League created a boxing program four years ago to keep youth off the streets. Michael Kelly shows us how this week's Team Of The Week is saving lives and inspiring kids.