A 24min. long video that’s not nearly long enough to capture the tricks, the atmosphere and the joys of surfing, featuring Quiksilver’s team of surfers. These guys have one of the best jobs in the world.
Buck up and huck it – that’s exactly what Tyler Bradt did (with minor injuries) to make the insane 189′ world record waterfall descent at Palouse Falls. The drama begins at 2:30. (Thanks Nash!)
The kickflip is a basic trick in skateboarding, but pulling a clean one on a surfboard is another thing altogether. Here’s Zoltan Torkos doing the first surfboard kickflip ever caught on video.
The bright and simple new Soleus collection of running watches offers intuitive features like big digits, interval timers, and longer lights, which all work to enhance the running experience.
Meet 8-year old Stevo Poulin. He’s the 2010 Brute National Champion. He’s strong, but that’s not the only reason he’s champ. His skill and technique make him an absolute blast to watch.
It’s hard enough to balance a soccer ball on your head without dropping it. Try doing that while climbing up a lamp post, then switch to your feet in mid-air like this amazing acrobat.
We think there’s room for one more, but Johnny Mac and Alex Tanney may want to step off after checking out long snapper Zach Enyeart’s accuracy in this trick shot compilation. (Thanks Nate!)
Check out Andy Roddick winning the Memphis ATP 500 final on a dramatic championship point diving shot. He calls it the best shot he’s ever hit in his life – what do you think? (Thanks, Bjorn!)
Stand in the center of a massive dodgeball fight thanks to a 360-degree camera placed smackdab in the middle of over 1000 balls hurled between students at the University of Alberta, Edmonton.
Flyweight boxer Usman “Uzzy” Ahmed wins the prize for the best boxing entrance of all time. Unfortunately, it appears his showmanship far outweighs his abilities in the ring.
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