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News and links to Web television channels that show sports and sports news, or video clips of sporting events

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.

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Posted in: Action Videos, Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Extreme Sports, News, Tech Related and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on June 24, 2015

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.

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This is one of those videos I wish I could have posted without any title, comment, or hint at the content. Because it’s one of those that’s made much, much better by not knowing what’s about to unfold.

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Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May are returning to the BBC for one last episode of Top Gear.

This will be an extended episode featuring all of the sequences filmed before Clarkson was fired for allegedly punching a producer.

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Posted in: Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Sports and Video On Demand by Jaime McDougall on June 5, 2015

That was one hell of a landing. Ouch.

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Posted in: Action Videos, Automobiles, Awesome Videos to Watch Now, Motorsports, News, Sports and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on June 5, 2015

The Nurburgring is probably the most famous race track in the world. It’s certainly the most epic, being long, narrow, and very fast at certain points.

All of which adds up to make the Nurburgring a very desirable track for people to race on, and as this video shows, they will race anything and everything on there.

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FIFA is finally being investigated, with the United States Justice Department launching a major operation against the organization. And about time too.

However, many journalists and newspapers have known about the problems at every level of FIFA for a long time, and John Oliver clued a lot of the mainstream in with this report last year.

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A very strange thing happened during the Paris-Roubaix spring classic over the weekend, when a passing train stopped the bike race in its tracks. Not that it was the train’s fault.

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World Order are a Japanese band come dance troupe known for their highly choreographed, robotic dance style. It’s weird, but it’s also very compelling to watch.

Still, I’m not sure all of the crowd at this baseball game knew what to make of World Order, with the players especially seeming to be a little confused as to what’s going on.

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WrestleMania 31 took place over the weekend, with wrestling fans the world over able to watch their favorite wrestlers face off against one another.

There was a good mix of classic and modern fighters, with oldies such as Triple H and The Undertaker appearing alongside the current roster of superstars.

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