Even the world’s best athletes have bad days, but some of the commentators at the 2012 London Olympics are quite the perfectionists. These are some of the contenders for Best Worst Comments.
Strap this tiny gadget onto your glove, and it sends data to your iOS device over Bluetooth, allowing you to analyze club speed, position, tempo, and swing path information to help improve your game.
A fan shouts out advice to Viktor Troicki as he prepares to serve against Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon quarterfinals. Troicki is clearly irritated at the smartass. You know what happens next.
Legendary linebacker Ray Lewis preaches about what it takes to get to the next level. His speech will get you pumped up to do just about anything. Oh, there’s also a game somewhere here.
A documentary about the 1992 USA Men’s Olympic Basketball Team, a group so packed with talent and egos that they faced – and created – greater challenges within than in the Olympics itself.
A team of skateboarders is captured in slow motion, pulling off complex and lesser-known tricks with names like “hardflip pretzel,” “nollied dolphin flip,” and the “backside 180 hospital flip.”
Whether you call it soccer or football, you know when a player scores a goal, they can get pretty hyped up. Here’s what might happen if Michael Bay got to direct sports broadcasts. (Thanks Wayne!)
With time running out and the score at 4 to 1, the losing team decides to win over the crowd by replacing one of its players with a kid. This should now be a standard rule across all team sports.
Who says lightning doesn’t strike twice? Lucky Cincinatti Reds fan Caleb Lloyd snatched not one, but two home run balls – in back-to-back at-bats. We’re guessing the balls will be inseparable now.
The princes of football – Ronaldo, Sneijder, Ribery, Neymar, M’Vila, GÃ¶tze and more, plus a king from another sport – converge in the world’s most chaotic football match in this commercial by Nike.