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If you have ever played around of mini golf you’ll know how much fun this game can be. However, it’s not always easy to get the ball in the hole.
The people in this video make it look easy. So easy, in fact, that they can introduce trick shots into proceedings.
Manchester United played Liverpool last night. Unfortunately, it was one of the most boring matches I have seen in a long time, and it ended in a 0-0 draw.
So, there’s no point watching the highlights. Because there aren’t any highlights. Instead, you should watch this jokey video published on YouTube in the run-up to the match.
Like so many other people around the world, I was gutted when Jeremy Clarkson and co. left Top Gear. Thankfully, the trio of laddish car nuts found a new home at Amazon.
Their new show is called The Grand Tour, and it featured Clarkson, Hammond, and May embarking on one long road trip around the world.
This is the trailer.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are back, with a brand new show they have made exclusively for Amazon Prime.
Called The Grand Tour, this is what the presenters of Top Gear did next. So expect cars, speed, stunts, and lots of banter between the terrible trio.
“Hope Solo reacted the way any elite athlete would to news she had been suspended for six months and her contract terminated by the US Soccer Federation in the wake of calling the Swedish team “a bunch of cowards” after the US women’s national team was eliminated from the Rio Olympics.
The Rio 2016 Paralympics, the parallel Olympics for athletes with disabilities, are due to take place between September 7th and September 18th.
This video is Channel 4′s trailer for the Paralympics, and it shows some of the incredible athletes who are competing, as well as other disabled people who are achieving great things.
In athletics, records are getting beaten all the time. It’s as if athletes these days are faster, stronger, and more capable than athletes from yesteryear. But is that actually true?
To test the theory, CBC pitted current sprinter Andre De Grasse against Jesse Owens, who won the 100m and 200m races at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin.
“This is the horrendous moment a French gymnast’s Olympics were ended in a single moment after he severely broke his left leg while landing on a vault.
Tony Hawk is undoubtedly the most famous skateboarder to have ever lived. He won everything in his long and illustrious career, and even had a video game series named after him.
One of the many things that cemented his legend was his successful 900 during the 1999 X-Games in California. And he’s now attempting to land another 900, 17 years later, at the age of 48.