(NSFW: Language) Earlier this month, AHL referee David Banfield wore a GoPro and a small microphone while officiating. But don’t expect live ref cams to be a common sight; this one’s as bleeped out as a Samuel L. Jackson movie.
We love a white Christmas as much as the next guy, but there are moments when the dirty snowmelt outside makes us crave warmer climes. Good thing we can dive into this surf vid featuring western Australia’s pristine waters.
Wingsuit pilot Brian Drake flies insanely close to the ground along the dangerously steep Couloir de l’Ensa in the French Alps. Fortunately, the winds were just right to keep him from smashing into the rocks just beneath him.
William Byrd High School player Marvey’o Otey pulled off this incredible (or incredibly lucky) behind the back shot as he tried to keep the ball from going out of bounds. His forward momentum sent him clear out of the gym.
NBA welcomes its aging superstar back to the fold, the future hall of famer and five-time champ Kobe Bryant, who just recovered from a career-threatening injury. The tribute is worth watching even if you’re not a fan of the Black Mamba.
In a recent football match between Danish clubs FC Nordsjælland and Randers FC, a shot attempt is lobbed over to the stands. This spectator casually tried to pull off a fancy kick instead of just moving out of the way. Bad decision.
Highlights of UFC 167 captured using a Phantom high-speed camera. Watching the fighters’ faces distort and ripple as they are pounded with punches made us flinch at the sheer brutality of these MMA matches.
You may not hit 714 home runs with it like the Sultan of Swat, but this handstitched leather Lemon Ball baseball replica is strong enough to endure outdoor play (as well as admiring glances if it just sits on your desk).
For Foot Locker’s “Week of Greatness”, famous athletes do their best to right their many wrongs. We can’t decide if Rodman permanently heading to North Korea or Mike Tyson giving Evander Holyfield his ear back is better.
Michigan State students fooled their basketball team’s opponent into committing a shot clock violation twice by incorrectly counting down the shot clock. Trolls? Sure, but it’s not like the actual clock is hidden from players.
Football coach Kevin Kelley has an unusual strategy. No matter the field position, his team always goes for it on 4th down, and only does on-side kicks. He sites statistical analysis as the justification, but we think he’s just got balls.