A rider profile of biker Andi Wittman by Felix Urbauer. The dream-like shots were created with Red One, Sony EX1 and Canon Mark 2D5 cameras, and Adobe Premiere CS 5 and After Effects.
Leather Head’s Melzer’s Boxing Club Chromexcel Medicine Ball’s rugged and manly shell will make you want to work out. Made of Chromexcel leather, it weighs 12.1 lbs and has an 11.5″ diameter.
For some reason, the combination in Peter Miller’s Canon Rebel T2i video of spirited motocross skills, the evocative music of Sigur RÃ³s and the season’s luminous light has us really mesmerized right now.
Halvor Angvik and Jokke Sommer think just skiing or parachuting isn’t exciting enough, so they do both at the same time. Good thing they uploaded this footage for people not as brave as they are.
Cool time-lapse footage of this year’s New York City Marathon at the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, the starting point of the race since 1976. Bonus: helicopter hovering like a dragonfly at 0:17.
Take notes, football coaches, because you can learn a thing or two from the Driscoll Middle School team, a bunch of young smart asses who pulled off the most effortless touchdown of all time.
Do the good people of Cleveland think LeBron James’ recent Rise ad for Nike is just more narcissistic, self-promotional build-up from a guy whose actions speak louder than his words? Hmm.
In the final seconds, his team down by one but with a chance to score, Manchester City goalie Joe Hart joins his teammates in their corner kick. But when the other team gets the ball… just watch.
Tim Knoll is a freestyle BMX rider with a variety of tricks that will have you alternately chuckling and shaking your head in disbelief. We love how Knoll looks like he’s bored the whole time.
Kobe as Iron Man? Magic as Wolverine? MJ as Nick Fury? Marvel artists teamed up with ESPN to create a series of comic book cover-style art of NBA stars. If you’re a Cavs fan, brace yourself.
Pro bowler Chris Barnes takes on EARL (Enhanced Automated Robotic Launcher) capable of rolling an identical shot nearly every time. But its precision is its downfall. The score stands: humans 1, robots 0.
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