Soccer Icon Megan Rapinoe To Host 'Wonder' At Quibi

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Soccer Icon Megan Rapinoe To Host 'Wonder' At Quibi

Soccer Icon Megan Rapinoe To Host 'Wonder' At Quibi 

Megan Rapinoe is set to have Quibi's up and coming arrangement Prodigy, another docuseries that profiles eight competitors who age 21 or more youthful who are set to turn into the following whizzes in their particular games. 

As host, the soccer star will give on-camera editorial and point of view on every one of the astonishing stories included. She will likewise talk from her own encounters and give some understanding into how these future stars can satisfy everyone's expectations. 

Every scene features one Prodigy's achievements and give a gander at their inception stories. The scenes will speak to sports fans and no-sports fans the same, serving accounts on the human experience. At the same time, they will respect the towns that helped them acquire the various National, World and Olympic Championships they have gotten from the get-go in their young professions. 

The 2020 Prodigy Class is: 

Jalen Green: #1 positioned secondary school ball player in the nation 

Sha'Carri Richardson: quickest lady in NCAA olympic style sports history 

Red Gerard: most youthful Winter Olympic Gold Medalist since 1928 

Regan Smith: quickest lady in swimming history 

Matthew Boling: quickest man in secondary school olympic style sports history 

Tyler Adams: individual from the USMNT, one of the world's most encouraging youthful soccer stars 

Korey Foreman: #1 positioned secondary school football player in the nation 

Chantel Navarro: US Junior National Boxing Team part, 5-time National Champion 

Official makers are Rand Getlin and Janina Pelayo. Lukas Korver and Rand Getlin are set to coordinate with Lucas Harger filling in as the author and editorial manager. Park Stories will create.

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