“Out there there ain’t no black and white. There’s only fast and slow.” A fictionalized biopic of track and field legend Jesse Owens. He won four gold medals at the 1936 Summer Olympics, which was held in Germany, spitting in the face of Hitler’s racist propaganda.
During the Canadian Football League Labor Day Classic, a rabbit ran onto the field and proceeded to make a break for the endzone. With no defense blocking his way, he not only scored a touchdown, he did a little showboating as he crossed the goal line.
9″x 9″ relief sculptures of Major League Baseball stadiums laser cut from oak veneer. For now only Wrigley Field, Dodger Stadium, Fenway Park, AT&T Park, Busch Stadium and Kauffman Stadium are available; the rest will be made after the product launches.
Fans attending a recent football game between Hawaiian high schools Kahuku and Kaiser were treated to one of the odder and more entertaining punt return sequences we’ve seen. Hit play, and keep your eye on the ball, folks.
In this clip from an old USA vs. Canada 9-ball tourney, America’s Jeremy Jones did a great job hiding the cue ball. But it wasn’t good enough, as Alain Martel found a crazy way to extract the cue ball and set up another shot.
This TED talk is a thinly veiled ad for a sports analytics company. To be fair, they’re Minority Report minus the psychics. By quantifying behavior and ability they can accurately predict the likelihood of possible outcomes.