A funny commercial from ESPN about gentlemanly wagers between sports fans…
SkyCam, an overhead ESPN camera, fell down onto the field at the Insight Bowl NCAA college football game in Tempe, Arizona, Friday night. The falling camera almost hit Iowa receiver Martin McNutt Jr., who became entangled in the guide wire but wasn’t hurt.
Danny Hart won the 2011 downill Elite world title at the UCI MTB World Championships in Champéry, Switzerland. While his winning ride was truly spectacular, what makes this video so good is the commentary…
Pro BMX rider Drew Bezanson returns after a serious injury which forced him to sit out the entire 2011 competition season. Justin Soule, a fellow Canadian and a BMX videographer, welcomed him back to riding with this awesome video edit:
Festus Baise, a Hong Kong first division player, scored the best own goals ever with a freaking backward scorpion kick! The Sun Hei defender was attempting a spectacular clearance in a match against Citizen AA this weekend, when he somehow managed to put the ball into his own net. Words fail to describe it in all of its glory…
French tennis player Gael Monfils started dancing to LMFAO’s Party Rock Anthem during the final of Copa Peugeot Argentina exhibition tournament in Buenos Aires. Shuffling seemed to work much better for him that day, because he lost the match to Marcos Baghdatis 4-6, 7-6(4), 7-5.
Getting drunk and passing out in the middle of a game may not be the smartest thing to do. Just ask this Detroit Lions fan who’s friend started stacking beer bottles and plastic mini-megaphones on his head.
A dirt bike rider takes a wide open jump at Glen Helen Raceway in Devore, California, and lands right into a rider that had just picked up his bike in the middle of the track. OUCH! Luckily, both guys involved in the accident are OK.
Trials bike star Brian Capper rides his motorcycle over the 384-foot-tall arch supporting Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban, South Africa.
I’m pretty sure those are ninjas in disguise which explains why other teams competing at recently finished Cheerleading World Championships in Hong Kong stood no chance.