Jordan Torres: The Bronx’s Fly Half by Justin Violini | KCET
Jordan Torres: The Bronx’s Fly Half by Justin Violini
This short documentary by Justin Violini follows Jordan Torres, a teenage rugby player and model from the Bronx. Torres discusses how he first came to play rugby, traveling to New Zealand for an exclusive camp, the loss of his brothers, and being raised by a single mother. At the time this documentary was filmed, Torres had Olympic aspirations. Watch him share this and more in "Jordan Torres: The Bronx's Fly Half."
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