A fan breaks a TV while celebrating Brazil’s Julio Cesar save during penalty shootout against Chile on Saturday:
Noah Granigan, an 18-year-old cyclist from New Jersey, crashes/falls immediately after celebrating his win in the junior criterium race at the 2014 Tour de Somerville.
Davenport University student Robert Jeffrey Blank attempted to do a backflip during his graduation ceremony at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Sunday afternoon. Instead, he graced the interwebs with this epic faceplant:
A Georgetown, Texas, police officer was placed on administrative leave on Monday for tripping and pushing high school students during a girls soccer match celebration. Students from Vandegrift High School in Austin rushed the field in Georgetown after their girls’ team won its first state championship on Saturday. Officer George Bermudez decided to stop them like this:
A soccer player headbutts a glass dugout to celebrate his goal during an Italian amateur match between Pontilcelli and Riolo Terme. The bizarre celebration earns him an instant red card.
Norwegian ice hockey player Adrian Alvarstein celebrates his team’s victory with a minute long dance routine. Alvarstein’s second division team Narvik Hockey defeated Viking Hockey with 8-3 so there was plenty of reasons to celebrate. The song he’s dancing to is ‘Trumpsta’ by DJ Contiez.
Boston City Councilor John R. Connolly wanted to thank his wife after the preliminary Boston mayoral election, but she was nowhere to be seen until she emerged from…under the podium?
Columbus Crew’s Dominic Oduro celebrates his goal against the Chicago Fire by eating a slice of pizza…
Early celebration cost Meghan Rutledge a gold meal at the X games in Los Angeles. Rutledge was leading the women’s moto X 12-lap race when she pumped her right fist at the top of the last jump. That was a bad decision…
Azerbaijani wrestler Rasul Chunayev celebrates with a traditional lezginka dance after winning the gold medal in a match against local wrestler Islambek Albiev at the 27th Summer Universiade in Russia.