“Eddie Izzard has completed 27 marathons in as many days for Sport Relief. But can his body recover from such a feat, ask Robert Spencer and Justin Parkinson.
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“Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova on Monday announced that she has failed a drug test at the Australian Open because she tested positive for meldonium, a little-known drug that was banned on Jan. 1.
As you’re probably aware by now, Storm Jonas recently dumped a lot of snow on the East Coast of America. New York was badly hit, but some people coped with the weather better than others.
Ronda Rousey, female MMA fighter and renowned badass, has lost her bantamweight belt to Holly Holm. The latter knocked the former out with a spectacular roundhouse kick to the head.
Ouch, that’s got to hurt, especially the way Rousey landed on the ground, hitting her head on the canvas as she went down.
Two friends argue over who is going to get to eat the last slice of pizza. Battle lines are drawn, the big guns (neither of which are guns) come out, and chaos ensues.
Almost immediately after the Liverpool versus Everton game had ended, Liverpool Football Club sacked their manager Brendan Rodgers.
Rodgers had been manager at the club for more than three years, and yet they let him go, without any hesitation, after his side drew against arch-rivals Everton.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to play tennis with a jelly instead of a ball? Well, now you can find out thanks to the Slow Mo Guys.
Nigel Sylvester is a pro BMX rider, and based solely on the strength of this video, he belongs on a bike.
This video shows Sylvester taking a trip around New York City, and it offers a rather unique view of the city few of us will ever experience.
Surely you can’t ride dirt bikes on water. After all, the clue is in the name. You know, dirt bikes… dirt and bikes These things are meant to be ridden on dry land, obviously.
However, Robbie Maddison doesn’t abide by the same rules as us mere mortals, and decided he wanted to ride his motorbike in the sea.
Lexus claims to have developed a real-life working hoverboard. You know, like the one Marty McFly rode about on in Back to the Future II.
I’m not convinced this is the real deal, especially as the video embedded above is the only evidence Lexus has so far produced.