Think you got skills on the golf course? This challenge might be for you. A golf course in Zhangjiajie, China is offering up $1 million to anyone who can nail a hole-in-one on the Par 3 hole of their course. Regardless of if you can complete the challenge, it looks like one hell of a course to visit.
Up until now, if you wanted to wakeboard, you had to be towed behind some sort of watercraft. Well, Radinn has came in and changed the game with this electric wakeboard that is hand-controlled. The main downfall to this wakeboard is that you’re not going to be able to do any sort of tricks off the wake of the boat you’re behind. Having the freedom to just go out and sort of surf on your own is worth the sacrifice though. Check out more info on their website here.
Richard Sherman and Nike just recently released this new campaign called “Never Finished.” The set of videos attempts to show the mentality of “There is no finish line.” Cameos in the series include Johnny Manziel, Victor Cruz, Ken Griffey Jr., Damon Wayans Jr., and more.
With Derek Jeter getting ready to play his last home game ever later this month, Gatorade decided it was the perfect time to release this gem of a commercial. The ad follows Jeter as he walks around NYC interacting with his fans and just being the all-around badass that he is. The Frank Sinatra soundtrack doesn’t hurt either. Check it out above.
Christopher Chann put together this video of him doing skateboarding tricks, and then put it in slow-motion to give you a closer look at how the tricks are performed. Videos like this make me wish I would have tried a little harder when I was younger. So dope.
I know they’re just base-jumping, but this seems like something you would see in a movie. To help get their parachute gear past security, this extreme sports teamed dressed up as priests so they could base jump off the tallest building in Poland. Amazing.
Bleacher Report and Adrien Noterdaem, an artist who is known for his ability to recreate the distinct Simpsons’ style, came together to create this celebration of both the show’s 25th season, and the start of the NFL season. View the full feature here.
LeSean McCoy was recently out for lunch enjoying “America’s Craaaaaziest Burgers” with 3 friends, when he decided to stiff a waiter by leaving just a 20 cent tip on a 61 dollar tab. Some guy got his hands on the receipt, and it’s currently up for sale on eBay. The receipt has over 140 bids, and is currently sitting at $99,000. Check out the listing here.
This honestly looked fake for the beginning of the video, but it’s on Guinness’ actual YouTube channel. Dude has some serious skills being able to even hit the ball with that club. Unreal.
Ever wondered what goes into designing Nike products? Well, a lot of it has to do with “The Art of Science.” This will give you an inside look at what the Nike Explore Team does.
Pretty excellent prank by Jeremy Lin we have here. He recently traveled to San Francisco to act like a wax statue at Madame Tussauds.
As if athletes lives weren’t luxurious enough, Nike and the design team at Teague have created this ultimate private jet concept for basketball teams. These are just computer-generated mock-ups, but they look like they’re straight from the future. I wouldn’t be surprised to see this sometime in the very near future.
Real or fake? You tell me.
I watched this highlight about 138 times yesterday, and at first I was like “he was just trying to jump over him, and misjudged it.” Although, it now seems like he knew exactly what he was doing, and just wanted to see if karate kicks were legal in the NFL. You be the judge after you watch this GIF about 100 times.