On Monday night’s episode of American Ninja Warrior, 5-foot-tall, 100-pound gymnast Kacy Catanzaro destroyed the obstacle course and became the first woman ever to qualify for the championship course, Mt. Midoriyama. Here’s Catanzaro’s incredible run.
During the Colorado Rockies – San Francisco Giants baseball game Sunday, Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki hit a two-run home run in the top of the third inning. Giants fan Rob Winner, who was headed back to his seat with a baby in his hand, casually caught the home run ball with his other hand. Announcers called it, “The catch of the year.”
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42-year-old filmmaker and adventurer Dean Potter from Yosemite, California recently took his adventurous, 4-year-old Miniature Australian Cattle Dog, Whisper, BASE jumping off Eiger mountain in the Bernese Alps in Switzerland. Potter makes sure his best friend is safe at all times and uses professional equipment that he trusts his own life with. This is a clip from Potter’s new 22-minute autobiographical documentary, When Dogs Fly.
During the Toronto Blue Jays/Texas Rangers baseball game Saturday night, a young Rangers fan impressed a group of girls with a clever trick. After catching a game ball from Blue Jays third base coach Luis Rivera, the boy smoothly hands off a decoy ball to a girl sitting behind him. Little do they know he’s got the actual game ball locked in his mitt. It’s unknown where the other ball came from.
During the final regular-season home game last Friday, 31-year-old Jordin Tootoo of the Grand Rapids Griffins, Detroit Red Wings’ AHL affiliate, took a moment to make one young hockey fan’s day. On the way to locker room, Tootoo greets 5-year-old Camden Smith with a fist bump, hands him his stick and says, ‘It’s all yours’. It was a gesture that Camden surely will never forget.