A SeaWorld trainer in Orlando performs with a killer whale in 2010.
A SeaWorld trainer in Orlando performs with a killer whale in 2010. PHELAN EBENHACK AP
A SeaWorld trainer in Orlando performs with a killer whale in 2010. PHELAN EBENHACK AP

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  • History Channel announces special program on the history of global soccer

    International soccer star, David Villa, was in attendance of the History Channel’s 14-day program celebrating the global history of soccer during NATPE convention at the Fontaine Bleu in Miami Beach, Florida.