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“Outdoor Sports” premieres on Discovery Channel

A new season of outdoor sports on Discovery channel has premiered this week.

The first episode of Outdoor Sports on Discovery, which airs at 8 p.m.

Tuesdays, explores the “buzz” surrounding the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

Discovery’s first season of Outdoor sports has been dubbed “The Ultimate Winter Adventure,” which explores the journey of a group of five American athletes on a journey across the United States during the Winter Olympics.

The series is part of a larger effort from Discovery to expand its sports coverage.

The network has also begun offering more sports coverage including the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament and Major League Soccer.

Diversified coverageThe series also explores topics including global climate change, the human toll of natural disasters, and the importance of public education.

The premiere episode, titled “Outdoors in the Valley,” is titled “Dive Into The Future” and focuses on “The American Outdoor Sports Academy” and “The Outdoor Sports Prescotopia.”

The series follows four athletes competing in a variety of outdoor disciplines.

The four athletes are all young, all have diverse backgrounds and have shared a passion for outdoor sports.

The first episode also includes an interview with two athletes who have become household names in the sport of basketball.

The episode, which is currently available on YouTube, follows the athletes as they compete in the 2017 and 2018 Olympic Games in Rio.

In an interview in the show’s trailer, one of the athletes, Ryan Gudmundsson, said the series is “the first time you get to see how these four young men were able to compete with their peers on the same field.”

The four athletes will be competing for the first time in the 2018 Olympics, which will take place in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

Gudmundson said the show has been “an experience that I’ve been wanting to do for a long time.”

He said the goal was to “capture the excitement and excitement of being on a global stage, and then we get to experience how it’s actually happening on the ground.”

Discovery said in a statement that the series was developed with input from Olympic athletes, coaches, and athletic directors.

“This season, we are excited to present the first ever series about outdoor sports,” Discovery said.

“It will explore the impact of global warming, the impact on sports like soccer, hockey, and more.

The show’s executive producers include Adam O’Neil, John Schaffner, and Mike Fagan.

It also includes a “special guest” who will “help viewers get up close and personal with the athletes and give a unique insight into the sport.”

The first season will be available on Discovery on Tuesdays at 8:30 p.ms.