FloSports Weekly Viewing Guide: Sept. 12 - Sept. 18 - FloSports®

FloSports Weekly Viewing Guide: Sept. 12 – Sept. 18

In our weekly programming rundown, we highlight the best live coverage and original storytelling coming up across each of our sites. This week, we have live events streaming on eight sites.

Bonus: Keep in mind that Yearly subscribers on any of our sites get access to all premium content throughout our network. On MileSplit.com, Universal subscribers get premium access to all sites.




UWW Cadet World Championships — Sept. 13-18, Tblisi, Georgia

The best high school-aged wrestlers in the world, including Yianni Diakomihalis and Gable Steveson, gather in the Republic of Georgia for the chance at becoming a world champion. Past US medalists include current junior team members Mark Hall, Daton Fix and Jordan Wood. WATCH LIVE


Hall of Fame ITA Invitational — Sept. 16-18, Newport, RI

Eight of the best men’s and women’s college tennis teams will compete on grass courts in doubles and singles tournaments. The teams include No. 1 Virginia and No. 2 TCU on the men’s side and No. 1 Cal and No. 15 Oklahoma State on the women’s. The first matches begin at 9 a.m. CDT on Friday. WATCH LIVE


Durango Fall Classic — Sept. 16-17, Las Vegas, NV

From Florida to California, 64 of the best girls’ high school teams in the nation gather for the 22nd annual Durango Fall Classic. This two-day, invite-only tournament starts at 10:30 a.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE


Hardrock MMA 83 — Sept. 17, Shepherdsville, KY

Kentucky welterweight prospects Quinton Parks Jr. (5-0) and Donny Wallace (5-4) headline this pro-am event. Three amateur title fights round out the rest of this stacked card. The fights begin at 7 p.m. CDT on Saturday.  WATCH LIVE


Fight To Win Pro 12 — Sept. 17, Phoenix, AZ

Jiu-Jitsu superstar and world champion Mackenzie Dern headlines this event against this year’s brown belt world champion Talita Alencar. In the co-main event, former UFC lightweight champion Benson Henderson takes on Jay Pages in a no-gi match. The matches begin at 7:45 p.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE

Grappling Pro Championship — Sept. 18, Naples, FL

Grappling Pro Championship brings a brand new rule system that aims to promote more action than the average grappling tournament. Competitors in the eight-person tournament include Garry Tonon, DJ Jackson, Victor Silverio and Lucas Rocha with the winner earning $10,000. The action start 1 p.m. on Sunday. WATCH LIVE  


Usti nad Labem Half Marathon — Sept. 17, Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic

It’s a half marathon like no other in the world that cuts through the scenic Czech Republic city of UstI nad Labem and then finishes with the region’s mountain views. The live stream starts at 8 a.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE


World’s Strongest Man Masters and World’s Strongest Women — Sept. 17, Doncaster, England

The top 12 women and men masters compete for the prestigious title of world’s strongest. Top strength athletes will compete in events like the deadlift, the super yoke and classic stones onto whiskey barrels. The events begin live from the UK at 3:15 a.m. CDT. WATCH LIVE

Virginia Beach Fitness Festival — Sept. 17-18, Virginia Beach, VA

Fitness athletes from around the world gather to this Atlantic beach city for a weekend of competition, fun and seminars. The Virginia Beach Fitness Festival will feature a WOD competition as well as its own weightlifting championship. The action begins 7 a.m. CDT Saturday morning. WATCH LIVE


BOA Regionals: Powder Springs, McAllen and Monroeville — Sept. 17

For FloMarching’s live streaming debut, the site will host the Bands of America Regional events live from three cities. High school marching bands from around the country will gather in Powder Springs, GA, McAllen, TX and Monroeville, PA to compete. WATCH POWDER SPRINGS LIVE | WATCH MCALLEN LIVE | WATCH MONROEVILLE LIVE



J’den Cox: The Only Way Is Up (FloWrestling)

In six months, J’den Cox went from winning his second NCAA title to taking home an Olympic bronze medal from Rio, and he’s just now entering his senior year at the University of Missouri. FloWrestling takes you behind the scenes as Cox prepares for his debut at the world’s stage. The full documentary drops Sept. 14. WATCH TRAILER