In a stunt that brings new meaning to the phrase “jump the shark,” a Cape Cod man actually jumped on top of a shark, riding atop it for 15 feet through the ocean. Naturally, he got footage of the whole thing.
“I’ve been waiting for an opportunity like this my whole life,” said fisherman Erik Jacobs, who spotted a basking shark swimming around his boat, and then pounced.
In this video, Boston Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett makes sure a young fan in the crowd gets his prize (which fell slightly out of reach) by walking over and sticking it right in his hands. The kid’s response? A bit dramatic, but still pretty cute.
After an extensive study which included screening 78 of the saddest scenes in movie history to 500 volunteers, researchers from Stanford University were able to determine that the final scene of 1979 boxing drama ‘The Champ‘ was the most tear-jerking of all.
In American football, climbing up on your opponent’s shoulders to make a catch will get you flagged. In Australian football, the move, executed by player Andrew Walker, is being lauded as the play of the year.
Walker, of the Carlton Football Club, and his piggy-back ride of catch have to be seen to be believed — check out the clip below:
Upon the conclusion of the NFL lockout Monday, Indianapolis center Jeff Saturday took to the podium to praise New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Kraft’s late wife, Myra.
Myra, who had cancer, passed away during the lockout. Yet, despite his wife of 48 years’ grave condition, Robert kept a seat at the negotiating table, and was instrumental in saving the 2011 NFL season.
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