Go Fight Win! Experimental Film/Video For-Ever! Hoorah! Hoorah! Here We Go Media, Here We Go! In the sporting spirit of Jinks’ exhibition On Sundrun, in which a post-post-colonial game of cricket is re-presented and re-invented, Gallery 400 is foam-finger-waving proud to present a double-header of films and videos that seek to address athletics in all of its art-side incarnations. In the absence of $6 hot dogs and $7 Budweisers, we’ve got a stadium’s worth of bruisers ready to bring the (critical) pain—from ethnographic melon tossing to video art ice skating, close-up baseball to performative competitive swimming, ice hockey ankle-slashing to video game basketball to Papua New Guinean cricket warfare—we’ve got more than enough sports identification to fill up your art-team jersey closet forever and ever. In fact, we’re deploying so much sportsmanship that it seemed only fair to spread this program out into two parts – let’s call it Team MarshallBirnbaumKlahrJulyKashmerePaperRadBrakhage vs Team LeachKildea, a match that is heretofore unrivalled in (gallery) sports history. Show us your midwestern team spirit and brave that not-so-cold cold! There won’t be any instant replay in this game, and staying home will mean missing (among other things) Trobriand Cricket, one of the best ethnographic films to slam-dunk on this side of the Pacific. The Sports Show—it’s the hottest event of the new century!