Discussion in 'Sports and Fitness' started by Neroon, May 12, 2008.
Possible proof that Brian Wilson is nuts:
Anyone here a Hoyas or Big East fan and know who Rich Chvotkin is? Well he freaked out when Georgetown beat Louisville on Sunday and exclaimed "Hoyas win" 18 times.... as Georgetown improved to 6-4 in the Big East.
I couldn't find that call posted online, but the video I posted is from last season. He only freaks out 10 times in that one.
If you're a penguins fan, you re are gong to love this goal:
Louisville male cheerleader steps out onto the court, grabs the ball and throws it in the air to celebrate DURING THE GAME on Feb. 27 and is charged a technical.
In my years of supporting my football (soccer) team these moments I will never forget although no match was being played here.
A memorial for one of our most popular players at the time.
We played against Ajax (wich we won) and a guy named David Di tomasso was perhaps the best player on the field that day.
2 days later he died in his sleep (age 26 or 27)
And we had this.
I was there.
Greedy bitch steals foul ball from little girl.
The greatest Cheltenham festival ever.
These are the real sportsmen.
(Especially Ruby Walsh )
What more could an NBA champion team want than to announce the Top 10 list on Letterman?
Absolutely spectacular moment from last night:
This should be required viewing for all Cubs fans.
There is really funny things here. Well, I enjoy whole program and the funny things on the whole program was that ruben rivera does the worst base running in the history of the game.
I used to be a mad showjumping fan in the 80s (haven't really watched it much since, I converted to eventing in the 90s). I was searching around You Tube for videos, and amazingly enough found some 80s stuff. I thanked the guy for putting them up, and he said he'd loads of stuff on VHS from the 80s that he was converting to digital and posting on YT, so I asked if he happened to have Annette Lewis and Tutein jumping at Hickstead? He had a look and asked "this one?"
Yup, that's the one, remember it soooo clearly (you need to watch it all the way to the end)
How about Jordan 1991 Finals game 2 vs Lakers. That is the greatest moment for all time..
I'm a skateboarder, and the X-game/vert video that stands out from all the rest is Bob Burnquist's winning run in the skateboarding vert's finals.
If you don't skateboard you will think it's cool. If you do skateboard (and know da lingo), your mind will be blown!
The longest run from scrimmage in NFL history, it can only be matched, never broken.
Formula One's famous 1971 Italian Grand Prix, regarded as the fastest race in F1 history (until 2003) and which boasted the closest finish in F1 history, the top 5 cars finishing within 0.61 seconds of each other.
The winner was Britain's Peter Gethin, stealing victory right at the end having never lead during the race. This would be his only F1 championship Grand Prix victory (although he did win a couple of non-WDC races), and the only time he would reach the podium in his short F1 career.
He died yesterday, aged 71.
One man's collection of The Top 50 Plays of College Football in 2011: Link to video
Sweet save by the goalie, on Canadaa's Junior Hockey team:
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