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.
Freeride mountain biker Paul Basagoitia takes a beating numerous times but ultimately sticks the finish in his quest to conquer a natural terrain double backflip in the mountains of Southern Utah.
Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo plays tennis against Rafael Nadal and wins. Without using a racket. It’s obviously fake. If it was real, CR7 would’ve flopped and pretended Rafa hit him. JK.
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