5 Dec, 2016

See How Some Of The World’s Greatest Athletes Compare To Ordinary Animals

Ever wonder who would win in a competition between the world’s fastest human and a warthog, butterfly, house cat, and falcon? Now in one infographic created by Atlas Obscura’s Michelle Enemark and Cara Giaimo, you can how see how some of  the world’s record-breaking Olympians fare against the animal kingdom’s very own top runners, jumpers, and swimmers. Still […]

25 Oct, 2016

The World Cup Of Robot Soccer Is The Best Thing You’ll See All Day

Sports fans from around the world are getting a kick out of the Robocup, an annual World Cup of robot soccer. This year’s battle for robot soccer supremacy took researchers and developers to Leipzig, Germany, pitting teams from around the world against each other in a variety of challenges. Standard Platform, the main indoor competition, challenges […]

19 Oct, 2016

This Playground Can Fold Together So You Can Take It Anywhere

There’s a common problem in many urban neighborhoods, and it’s simply that there’s just not enough space to play a classic game of ball. But one South Korean firm is making a big change. In Seoul, a metropolis with a population density that just about doubles that of New York City, you have to reserve […]

13 Oct, 2016

This Skydiver Just Plummeted Through The Air Without A Parachute Like It Was No Big Deal

If you look at the dictionary definition of the word “daredevil,” you’ll probably find a photo of Luke Aikins. In a spectacular 2-minute stunt called “Heaven Sent,” the 42-year-old skydiver fell 25,000 feet from an airplane without a parachute or wing suit attached to his body, landing in a giant 100-by-100-foot net at 120 mph […]

29 Apr, 2016

This Super-Legit Lego Porsche Is Every Kid’s Dream Car

Legos and fast cars–it’s like every kid’s dream combined into the most EPIC toy of all time! Sports car enthusiast or not, the Lego Porsche GT3 RS is an awesome challenge for adults and kids alike. With 2,704 pieces, including a 6-cyinder engine with moving pistons and a working gearbox, this is clearly the Lego […]

29 Apr, 2016

This Man’s Newfound Love For Hockey Is Hilariously Captured In Tweets

NHL playoffs ignite a passion in hockey fans like no other. The games are fire, the teams are at their best, the stakes are high–what’s not to love?! Some new fans might be hopping on the bandwagon just for playoff season. From April to June, we’re all hockey fans regardless of if “our team” is in […]

28 Apr, 2016

These NBA Giants Were Just Added To The Basketball Hall Of Fame

Some of the biggest, er, tallest men in NBA history were announced in the latest class of Basketball Hall of Famers. Yao Ming, the 7-foot-6 center, and Shaquille O’Neal the 7-foot-1 center, who dominated four NBA titles were among the top of the class. But one player seemed to get a lot of attention for […]

28 Apr, 2016

Next Season You’ll Be Able To Watch NFL Games LIVE From Your Twitter Feed

It’s not like the NFL to give things away for free. Luckily this one’s in writing. For the 2016 season, the National Football League will stream 10 Thursday night football games for free from Twitter. “The NFL and Twitter will provide free, live streaming video of Thursday Night Football without authentication to the over 800 […]

28 Apr, 2016

This Sportscaster’s Incredible Comeback Is Nothing Short Of Amazing!

The man who dazzled basketball fans with his crazy suits and sideline interviews has made an incredible comeback. Craig Sager’s doctor Naveen Pemmaraju says that what the legendary sports reporter has done to battle cancer has been “almost miraculous.” Sager was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia two years ago. He’s since gone through two bone […]

20 Apr, 2016

This Ball Boy Has The PERFECT Reaction After Running Into A Wall

The Barcelona Open that took place on Monday was one to remember, but not for the insanely good tennis matches. The ball boy stole the show as he snagged tennis balls left and right from Teymuraz Gabashvili. Without letting a single ball pass him by, he ran back to his spot on the wall, but […]

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