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.
Indulge your Rambo and Katniss fantasies with Archery Tag. It’s a lot like dodgeball, except you use a bow and foam-tipped arrows. Eliminate opponents by tagging them or catching their arrow. Video by Archery Sports.
Surf gear maker O’Neill challenged filmmakers to create surfing videos with a twist. Here’s Stefan Nadelman’s contribution, an eye-popping visualization of waves in a variety of different contexts. Wave is love. Wave is life.
The Game Theorists argue that esports should be on ESPN, which by the way also shows poker tourneys and spelling bees. The problem is that non-gamers have outdated perceptions about competitive gaming and video games in general.
Sherpas Cinema’s insane-looking documentary about freerider Graham Agassiz. In 2013 Aggy broke two vertebrae when his bike got caught in a bush in one of his downhill runs. Thankfully he recovered and is back in action.
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.
Hans-Kristian Vittinghus put on a show at the 2015 Yonex US Open Badminton Championships Men’s Finals against Lee Chong Wei. The two engaged in a battle of placing that couldn’t have ended better. Lee got the last laugh though.
Donning a GoPro, golf pro Karsten Maas shows off a variety of trick shots done with his collection of silly custom golf clubs, which range from a hammer club to a crazy 14-foot-long driver. He certainly knows how to keep his eye on the ball.
A squirrel was spotted running to the top of the net at a recent Phillies/Cards game, when it suddenly took a flying leap – directly into the bullpen. We don’t know the prognosis of the squirrel, but he managed to clear the bench.
We’re assuming it took them a few tries, but it’s still pretty damned impressive that the guys from How Ridiculous were able to sink a basketball thrown 415 off the top of Tasmania’s Gordon Dam through a net stationed at the bottom.
U.S. mountain biker Aaron Gwin shows how skill and determination trumps working equipment as his bike broke its chain at the start of the race, and he still managed to win the round. Fortunately he didn’t need to pedal uphill.
The bar for sports nutrition has been raised with the GLUKOS line of energy products. Made without sucrose or fructose, the not-too-sweet goods provide a natural boost of energy in half the time of harsh sports drinks. Available here.
(PG-13 Language) “See what he did there? He put the orange ball in the red circle, thereby releasing a double point.”Boat Comedy says this is what NBA pre-game talk is like. They’re wrong. This is what the pre-game talk should be like.
Biker dads will appreciate the comfort and sweet graphics on these Pearl Izumi jerseys. Offered in a variety of designs, they’re semi-fitted with roomy rear pockets and superior fabric wicking abilities, so you can look and feel cool all day.
(PG-13 Language) Last Week Tonightreturns to look at the indictment and arrest of some of FIFA’s top officials on charges of corruption. Sadly, the organization will live on unless its sponsors pull their funding.
A group of musically talented Golden State Warriors fans went all out in their homage to the league MVP and the team’s baby-faced assassin in this cheesy adaptation of the Beatles’ Let It Be. He will be the answer…
The 6’1″ “professional dunker” and Bounce Kit creator Jordan Kilganon pulls off what he calls the Lost and Found. It’s a 360º behind the back self-alley oop monster jam. The dude at 0:13 just got his life ruined.
This custom version of Audi’s TT 2+2 has been blessed with an electrically-enhanced turbocharging system which turns its small 2.5L 5-banger into a 600hp monster that does 0-to-60 in 3.6 secs, and tops out at 192mph. Dat wing.
The hosts of Norwegian soccer show Golden Goal played the beautiful game with a hilarious twist. Everyone wore video headsets that showed only a top down view of the field. The result can only be described as zombie soccer. Skip to 1:50.
Gold medal decathlete Bryan Clay has retired from his sport, but he still keeps his javelin handy for special occasions such as pulling his daughter’s loose baby tooth. Good luck finding the tooth after that.
Pulse Play is a wristband for amateur tennis, ping pong, badminton and squash players. Use it to keep score and track the result of your matches. Its app has local and global rankings as well as matchmaking features.