The six- episode, bi-weekly web series chronicles the politics and scandal of professional competition among prominent athletes and coaches preparing for the 2016 Games.
Starring Claudia Jordan (“Deal Or No Deal,” “Celebrity Apprentice”), Nick Steele (“Entourage,” “Californication”) and Erika Ringor (“Love & Basketball,” “Law & Order: LA “), this series delves into the passion, determination and moral crossroads that athletes endure in order to achieve greatness.
Written by Ingeborg C. Eiland, Diary Of A Champion is the prequel to the feature sports film The Runner, also written by Eiland and scheduled to begin production in the spring of 2013.
Viewers of the series’ limited screening have hailed it as “intriguing” with a “fresh storyline” that addresses “a hot issue” leaving them “anxious for the next episode.”
The series will begin airing November 06, 2012 at 7pm/6c on YouTube and the Diary Of A Champion website, www.diaryofachampion.tv.
Kickstarter and Indiegogo crowdfunding campaigns have been set up for assistance with production costs. Show your financial support by contributing $5 to $10 to the project at www.kickstarter.com/projects/1803784250/diary-of-a-champion?ref=email or www.indiegogo.com/diaryofachampion.
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Diary Of A Champion is produced by L. Nicole Taylor (Factotum, The Steam Experiment) and Co-Produced by Nikki Love (“Dysfunctional Friends,” ” The Last Fall”) and Waukesha Bell (“To Have & To Hold”).
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