Green Bay point guard Keifer Sykes is only 5-foot-11, so pretty short for a basketball player, but he can jump like he has rocket boosters attached to his legs. Watch him dunk against UIC this past Sunday:
The former boxing champion Vitali Klitschko got sprayed with a fire extinguisher during a protest rally in the Ukraine. Klitschko, now a politician, was sprayed in the face when he tried to calm down protesters and stop them from attacking police in Kiev last night.
Barcroft visits Doug Seus, a professional bear trainer who works with grizzlies that star in Hollywood films. We’ve already seen Doug play wrestling with one of his grizzly bears, and this time he even put his head in the bear’s mouth:
Indiana Pacers forward Paul George slams a 360-degree windmill dunk against the Los Angeles Clippers, Saturday night, and nominates himself for NBA’s dunk of the year.
A Liverpool soccer fan had no sympathy for Aston Villa’s Gabby Agbonlahor who fell over the advertising wall at Anfield stadium. In fact, he seemed happy to have the perfect opportunity to take a picture.
Chris Strickland, a Home Depot employee from Anchorage, Alaska, made a great catch to save a baby that fell after rolling out of a baby carrier seat which was sitting on top of a shopping cart. Watch the security camera footage:
A raging bull elephant was caught on camera overturning a tourist car in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. British teacher Sarah Brooks and her fiance were on a safari trip and were driving behind the elephant when the animal turned around and charged at their car.
Pastor Tim Christensen wanted to watch 49ers vs Panthers NFL playoff game, so he gave a very short, 1-minute worship service at the Gold Hill Lutheran Church in Butte, Montana. Fastest Sunday service ever? Maybe.
Clutch, the Houston Rockets mascot, pranks the players by giving them a good scare before practice.
A small plane made an emergency landing on Mahurangi beach in New Zealand after the aircraft’s engine failed, only to crash again later during take-off. Pilot Dennis Horn and his co-pilot Manfred Scherbius were both uninjured.