This is a video of billiard player Shane Van Boening sinking six balls on the break of a game of ten-ball. The commentators speculate he’s going to make three, but no, he doubles that. For reference, the most balls I’ve ever made on a break is probably two. MAYBE three.
These are a couple videos of a man mounting a pole using only his legs while competing in Mallakhamba. Mallakhamba is a traditional Indian sport which “involves performing aerial yoga or gymnastic postures and wrestling grips with a vertical stationary or hanging wooden pole, cane, or rope.” That looks insane.
These are several Instagram videos of Lance Lynn demonstrating his exceptional skill with Freeskates, tiny two-wheeled skateboards, one for each foot. In case you couldn’t tell from the screencaps, he’s not attached to them either (and wearing flip flops in the video on the mini halfpipe!), which allows him to
This is a video of Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Jonathan David making a spectacular diving catch at the outfield wall, going headfirst into the padding and popping his hat off in the process. Nice work! Related: I used to drink a lot of Milwaukee’s Best Ice. Probably too much.
This is a worthwhile video of shop dog Pepper the blue heeler proving she’s a real home run by hitting balls thrown to her with a bat in her mouth. Her rookie card is probably going to be worth a fortune. That swing! Sure she hits a couple fouls, but
This is a video of man who I assume is a cyberpunk circus performer demonstrating his very impressive diabolo routine, which involves juggling the batons the string is attached to while the axle spins on it. That looks like some grade-A sorcery right there. Now I don’t know the first
Because it’s a dancing kinda Friday, this is a video of the J Creek Clogger’s frontman Zeb Ross, affectionately known on the internet as blue shirt guy, showing off his sweet clogging moves at a hoedown in North Carolina. The video has since been redubbed with a number of different
Further proving there was practically no other choice to play Ken in the upcoming Barbie movie, this is a video of 12-year old Ryan Gosling dancing in a 1992 performance to Cathy Dennis’s ‘Touch Me (All Night Long)’. The entirely inappropriate song choice aside, who knows, maybe it’s just some