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
This is a video of Australian swimmer Ariarne Titmus’s coach Dean Boxall going absolutely nuts after her upset gold medal win in the 400-meter freestyle race. And can you blame him? He reminded me of Matthew McConaughey, although the announcers say he reminded them of Doc Brown and Mick Jagger.
Because there can be only one, this is a video of 13-time arm wrestling World Champion Irina Gladkaya (previously seen destroying challengers at Miami’s Muscle Beach) facing off against World Championship silver medalist, European Vice-Champion and US National Champion Aleksandra Ozerova in a battle of the biceps. I mean among
Because soon the Olympics won’t even have any human competitors, only robots, these are a couple clips of Toyota’s CUE 4 basketball shooting robot at the Olympics sinking a free throw, three-pointer, and half-court shot like shooting fish in a barrel, which is probably a simile it wouldn’t understand unless
Presumably to promote the new Space Jam movie, this is a video of basketballer Tristan Jass performing some sort of spinny over-the-back layup trick-shot that can only be described as “How did he do that?” and “I would have broken both my legs.” Honestly, I think I may have sprained
In the spirit of the upcoming Olympics, this is a video of what some consider “the best dive ever,” performed by Greg Louganis as the 1986 World Championships in Madrid. Greg executes a near-flawless swan dive off the 3-meter springboard with almost no splash. Pretty wild, right? Now can somebody