This is a video of mountain biker and Youtuber Ddangerous Ddave (presumably also known as double-double D) attacking a “beyond expert” level trail at Iron Mountain near Merritt, British Columbia. It looks intense. For reference, I am not a mountain biker, I’m just a regular biker. As in I ride
This is some footage of a family playing some sandlot baseball at a beach house when dad grand slams the ball so hard it creates a shockwave that destroys the split-rail fence his family is sitting on behind him. Or, who knows, maybe the wood just couldn’t take all the
This is a short slow-motion video of a skydiver going for a casual stroll in the sky during a recent trip back to earth. The video says he’s moonwalking, but when you moonwalk you travel backwards, he’s going forwards. So this is probably considered sunwalking, or simply just walking. Me?
This is a video of a skateboarder ollieing his board through a tire while he goes over the whole thing, reconnecting with his board like two old friends on the other side. Pretty impressive. For reference, at the pinnacle of my greatest skateboarding skills I tried to ollie over a
This is a video of skimboarder Adrien Raza blazing across a wide canal on his board with the ease of a knife through warm butter. Me? I would have fallen immediately and cut my knees up in the sand just like every other time I’ve tried skimboarding. “But there’s no
Because NBC wants to remind you it’s spent a lot of time and money developing its Peacock streaming app and you should totally use it, this is a clip from Peacock’s Olympic Highlights With Kevin Hart and Snoop Dogg of the duo providing commentary for clips chosen by their producers
This is a short clip from an interview with Olympic gold medalist swimmers Tom Dean (left) and Matt Richard (right) of Great Britain when sports broadcaster Clare Balding mentions that Matt’s third leg in the recent race ‘was just phenomenal.’ Obviously, she was referring to the third leg of the
With everyone’s sudden expertise in women’s gymnastics, this is some footage from the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney where officials setting the vault nearly two inches too low resulted in eighteen competitors making incredibly dangerous attempts at the apparatus before the error (or sabotage?!) was recognized. Of course most internet