17-year-old youth hockey player Sam Tageson of Martinez, California was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. It’s always been a dream of his to practice and skate on the ice as a member of the San Jose Sharks. Thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and the Sharks Foundation, The San Jose Sharks signed Sam to a one-day contract and he spent Tuesday experiencing life as a Sharks player. After the game Sam said, there’s ‘no way to top today’.
British free running stuntman Damien Walters recently teamed up with Pepsi Max UK to attempt the first-ever ‘human loop-the-loop’. After a few trial runs, the practice mats were removed and Walters became the first person ever to successfully complete a 360-degree vertical loop on foot.
BBC Radio One recently convinced world-renowned wildlife broadcaster Sir David Attenborough to provide an alternate commentary for the women’s Olympic curling match between Team GB and Team USA. Attenborough went on to narrate the match as if it were a nature documentary.
Last July, 25-year-old James Lee, an experience skydiver from Gloucestershire, England, went skydiving with a few of his friends. At 15 seconds into the video Lee is hit by another skydiver and knocked unconscious at 12,500 feet. Lee’s friends notice something is not right, check on him, place him in a stable position, then deploy his chute. Lee regained consciousness moments before landing and had no memory of the accident. The dramatic mid-air rescue was caught on Lee’s helmet camera and has been seen more than 2.5 million times in a week.
Just in time for Super Bowl XLVIII, Bad Lip Reading has returned with another hilarious bad lip reading of the National Football League. The new bad lip reading features Peyton Manning sharing things that gross him out, Colin Kaepernick talking about his time as a secret agent and more.
Previously: A Bad Lip Reading Of The NFL