We’re pretty sure this isn’t official MLB merch, but this zombie-meets-baseball bat t-shirt hits it out of the park. Grab one quick – Teefury only has ‘em until the end of the day (6/26).
Castles in the Sky was filmed in 5 exotic countries (think Peru and India) over 3 years, and looks like it’s as much a open love letter to the sport of surfing as much as it is to travel. (Thanks, Ivan!)
This 2004 TV ad for the Guardian pokes fun at soccer players propensity to overreact to physical (and sometimes non-existent) contact to catch the referee’s attention or to milk the clock.
Everyone knows Andy Murray is good at tennis, but did you know how accurate he really is? The tricks in this ad are obviously fake, but it’s entertaining nonetheless. Tennis skeet shooting FTW!
The Transparent Canoe is made of Lexan (the material in jet-fighter cockpit canopies) and fastened to an anodized aluminum frame, making it lighter than many aluminum or wood models.
You have to be really daring, or really stupid to inline skate jump off of the Eiffel Tower, but that’s exactly what TaÃ¯g Khris did this weekend, setting a new world record with this 40-meter jump.
The helmet-mounted Tunebug Shake creates a wireless surround sound experience so that bikers, skateboarders and skiers can enjoy their favorite music and still be aware of their surroundings.
We’re pretty skeptical about walking on water, what with that whole gravity thing, but the guys here don’t seem to care; they’re inventing the next new sport and calling it liquid mountaineering.