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These videos show us why soft drinks and alcoholic beverages can bring on a lot more fun than we ever realized. In the first clip, a few Canadians enjoyed some beer hockey. The Canucks played their native game while chugging some brews, so everybody was a winner. In the second clip, Grant Thompson shows us how to blast off soda bottles like a champion. Now you have an ice breaker for your next get-together.
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A Russian marketing company is using sex to sell hockey tickets. If you are a fan of hockey and hotties, we definitely recommend paying attention to this sales technique. Despite likely alienating half of their fanbase, the sales seemed to go rather well for the group. The NHL should take some notes.
When you're a huge fan of a sports team, you might buy a jersey, maybe hang a few posters of your favorite player, or you might even throw some stickers on your car. But that wasn't enough for Bob Witt. So in the spirit of Christmas, Bob decked out his house in a huge, 45,000-light display that danced along to the Penn State fight song. We just hope his neighbors aren't Pitt fans...
Turkish Airlines is really jumping on the viral marketing bandwagon. Teaming up with the likes of Kobe Bryant and Lionel Messi — a soccer star, the airline has just released this new promo which is quickly going viral.
It isn't easy being a Cleveland Browns fan. For this angry fanatic (AngryBrownsFan, to be exact), his solace comes from singing about his team's sorrows. Just in time for the holidays, Christmas melodies light the flames for this fan's hate fire! From owner Jimmy Haslam to quarterback Brandon Weeden, no one is safe from the holiday hate-a-thon.
The Mirror Lake Jump at The Ohio State University is a time-honored tradition during the week that they prepare for their huge rivalry game against the University of Michigan. This year, the school got involved in the tradition and put restrictions on "The Jump." This caused students to jump earlier in the week, so the university had a double dose of lake jumping.
You might've already seen the little gem of a store ad that's gotten a lot of attention, but now the "Mike's Golf Shop Fall 2013" video has an update! Check out the song version that might clear a few things up for potential customers. And yes, they definitely buy golf clubs!
Warning: This video includes explicit language and content. Guy Williams with Jono and Ben at Ten pranked people by providing a movie-like soundtrack to their everyday lives! There's nothing like an overly appropriate song to provide some emotional context, right?
Skateboarding is a risky sport, but going high speeds of 60 and 70 mph is just nuts! This extreme skater was going 65 mph when he crashed and burned on camera during a competition in Brazil.
A Boeing 737 airplane crashed in Russia, possibly due to a technical failure, reportedly killing at least 50 passengers on board. Among the passengers were members of an Ice Hockey team, their trainers and administrative team, on the way to their first match of the season.
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When life gets hard, you have two choices: give up or keep fighting. Heather Hardy kept fighting. It was her toughness and determination that took this single mother all the way into the world of professional boxing, where she is currently undefeated. Hardy's story is one of strength and perseverance, a life of fighting from outside to inside the ring, beautifully told in a short documentary borrowing her professional nickname, "The Heat."
If you've ever had a chance to witness a military flyover prior to a sporting event, you know it's a sight to see. But sadly, budget cuts have eliminated those from happening at Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs. That, however, did not stop a group of local pilots from hopping in their own planes and filling the skies above the stadium with pink smoke in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This group of about 50 pilots raised close to $30,000 for breast cancer research, and at RightThisMinute we had the chance to Skype with one of the men sitting in the cockpit.