Alexis DeJoria is one lucky (and fast) girl. She is a professional drag racer driving the NHRA Funny Car on the circuit, head of her own Patrón Tequila drag racing crew, web radio host on RaceTalkRadio.com and wife to Jesse James.
Sure, this guy is a great wrestler, but based on the moves he’s busting after the win, he might be headed to a stage near you…
Alexis Normand was reportedly given a day’s notice to sing both the Canadian and American national anthems at a junior hockey tournament.
A day was not enough.
Sure, he isn’t the sharpest knife in the drawer, (which the producers clearly love – note how he mispronounces ’emphasis’) and he’s clearly living in his own world – but he seems to getting away with it – all the way to the bank. It’s as if you combined Kim Kardashian, The Situation, Honey Boo Boo and George W Bush all into one.
North Carolina State center fielder Brett Williams is a lot more popular today. While playing the New Mexico State Aggies he pulls off an amazing catch that morphs into a somersault. Then, shakes it off with genuine autoswagger.
At this weekend’s Georgia-South Carolina game a family received a video tribute from their soldier father and husband. Of course, it wouldn’t be complete without the man himself coming out onto the field to surprise them in person. When they realize he’s there… they take off running for him. Truly a glorious moment.
You know how, sometimes, when they re-run old gold medal Olympics performances from 40 or 50 years ago, it seems like the athletes are just basically walking in a straight line and getting perfect scores? You won’t feel that way when you watch Olga Korbut at the 1972 Munich Olympics. Her routine included a move that is now banned, that includes standing on the high bar… and a craZAY switch from low to high bar. Amazing!
This cool new clip from “The Amazing Spider Man” essentially fulfills the fantasy of every high school kid who has been intimidated (or outright bullied) by the jock. Check out Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, getting the last laugh on the star basketball player in a showdown.
Despite your opinion of Tiger Woods, you can’t deny that he managed to do what looked like the impossible today in the final round of the 2012 Memorial Tournament.
This video by Freaksport shows my newest summer obsession: a Hydrofoil water bike, which is a bike outfitted with hydrofoils, relying on man (or woman)power to keep it above the surface.
You might be terrified by his reaction, but Pete Weber’s outburst after winning his fifth U.S. Open bowling title is actually joy, not pure rage. And a viral video was born.
Sure, Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal are fun to watch, but when you have a ball-boy with reflexes like this, it’s hard to say which is more impressive!
In a brief moment of “whaaa?!?”, it has just been announced that Madonna will be the halftime act at Super Bowl XLVI. NBC Sports officially announced the decision during tonight’s Sunday Night Football game between the New Orleans Saints and Detroit Lions.Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Sources say that the performance will be imagined […]
Old rivalries don’t always die. In some cases they fester and erupt decades later. These 73 year old football rivals left onlookers gasping in shock when they erupted in a fist (and cane) fight nearly 50 years after the bad blood began.
In an awesome game tradition, fans at a John Brown University game totally envelop the court with toilet paper after Brown’s first score against Hillsdale Freewill Baptist. In an instant, the entire court is blanketed in an oddly beautiful stream of toilet paper. Endless bathroom humor jokes are possible here. I have to wonder how long it took to clean this up!
Serena Williams lost the U.S. Open this weekend in a heated match. But while sports highlights usually showcase video of the winning moment, this time, all people can talk about is the earlier code violation that led her to a rage-filled rant at the chair umpire.
Danny Hart is a seriously awesome bike rider. You’ll be amazed at his showing at the UCI MTB World Championships in Champery, Switzerland. But more importantly, the excited sports commentator is screaming so loudly and enthusiastically during his run that you can’t help but laugh.
For years, former boxing world champion Oscar De La Hoya had been the sport’s golden boy. But behind the scenes he had been hiding a dark like of alcohol and drugs. Now he’s opening up and seeking help.