Thanks to quick thinking, knowledgeable guides, this woman walked away from the incident a bit traumatized but otherwise no worse for wear.
It's wrecking our brains that any human is capable of this kind of physical strength and skill.
FC Zurich player Benjamin Kololli wanted to go celebrate his penalty goal with his supporters, but didn't quite get there.
As he prepares to debut with the LA Lakers, the NBA's biggest star has emerged as one of the town's hottest producers, setting up a dozen film and TV projects and starring in a new "Space Jam."
This guy is super lucky that he walked away from this with his limbs attached, because this could have gone so much worse.
Dads everywhere: doing the "flossing" dance on the jumbotron will not make your tween daughter like you.
LeBron James is strong in the face of most adversity... but he does seem to have one weakness.
Apparently he went so fast that he ran out of drag strip and ended up going 200 feet into the field at the end of the track.
The 2001 World Series was a strange championship for a lot of reasons. The September 11th attacks pushed Game 1 all the way into late October and cast a shad...
Kelly Shilts travels 145 miles per hour in what's being called "the fastest pass ever," and maybe we should all be riding snowmobiles everywhere?
For women who want to work in sports without being subjected to misogynist vitriol, a role in sports social media can be an ideal solution.
Please just beat them, Tiger. Beat them all.
This man is very lucky to have his noggin and limbs still fully intact.
With an investigation Golf Digest helped open, an Erie County court vacated a murder charge against Valentino Dixon, for which he had already served 27 years
Over the weekend, Denise Mueller-Korenek obliterated the previous land speed record (166.9 MPH, set in 1995), hitting speeds of just under 184 MPH on the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Last weekend, France's Nicolas Mahut and Spain's Marcel Granollers faced off in a Davis Cup rubber. It appears they were well matched...too well matched...
Should a high school star be prevented from playing college basketball because his father was accused of taking a bribe?
More and more NBA players are turning their workouts (and summer highlight reels) over to private skill trainers. With the help of social media, some trainers are using the exposure to become entrepreneurs, newsmakers and even celebrities in their own right.
Sure, maybe it's not as flashy as the superpipe or as daring as slaloming through the woods, but carving up groomers is a classic pastime that will never go out of style.
This is the most bro clip you'll see all week.
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