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During a recent match, tennis player Donald Young was starting to feel frustrated. When you get frustrated, sometimes bad words fall out of your mouth accidentally. Donald chose his words very carefully because he knew he was on television. Apparently, the umpire didn't like his PG choice of words. Lighten up, dude.
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Jumpy the Parkour dog is probably the coolest dog on the Internet. We're totally serious. Just look at him and his sick moves. Here Jumpy is, training with a professional parkour athlete. Jumpy has better moves.
A soccer stadium in Greece recently turned into Hell on Earth. Fans got into fights and lit flames before the match even started between N.A.O.K. and Olympiacos P.A.E. Fans threw fish on the visiting team's bench and the game was delayed due to the smoke from the flares that the people in the stands were using. Again, this was before the game even started. And you thought NFL fans were passionate.
A group of experienced skydivers recently jumped out of a plane above Florida. However, to make their dive interesting, the guys made a dangerous game out of it. The practical joke was that whoever grabbed the lead diver's shoe and was able to take it off without messing with the landing, would win a case of beer. Not sure the juice was worth the potential squeeze on this one.
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The guys from BlacktipH Fishing recently had quite the catch on the line. An extremely strong shark took some time to reel in, but the fishermen came up empty. The guys host a monthly show, so they'll likely have better luck next time. Click here for the RTM take on the video.
Even though it's in the middle of April right now, some places are still freezing. In fact, much of the country were recently teased by Mother Nature. One of those places is Chicago, Illinois. Bulls star Joakim Noah was excited about the recent warm weather. Much to his surprise, snow once again hit the ground in Chi Town.
A huge television event on the Discovery Channel is set to take place on May 11. Everest Jump Live will air at 9 p.m. EST and features Joby Ogwyn, who will attempt the first wingsuit flight off the top of the mountain. The feat will air live on Discovery, and NBC Sports correspondents Chris Jacobs and Kyle Martino spoke with the RTM crew about the television event of the summer.
Spring may be in full swing, but snow is still on the ground in other areas across the globe. In the first clip, Jake Denham of the World Snowboard Tour was recently able to hit the slopes. Unfortunately that is not all he hit, as Denham was on a run when he collided with another boarder. In clip two, a group of snowboarders in Montreal got into some extreme stunts in the snow. Some of those tricks are just ridiculous.
Deep in the rainforest of Far North Queensland, the scenery is beautiful and the creek is scary. Kayakers are forced to thread their kayaks through some extremely narrow cayons while fighting the rapids. They don't call it "one of the best creeks in Australia for kayaking class five" for nothing.
Who thought you could make extreme sports more extreme? Well, we guess the developer of these electric jet engines did. Testing them out in Switzerland was professional snowboarder, Jamie Barrow, and he was able to reach speeds of 50 mph on a flat frozen lake surface. This video from Jon Williams could be showing us the future of extreme sports, at least in some way.
The Moth Nationals is a boat race that took place recently in Key Largo, Florida. The mini-speed boats made for some great video action as they completed the obstacle course. Using cool technology, these boats look like they are skating on water. Believe it or not, this is a team sport.
Nico Calabria was born with one leg, but that hasn't stopped him from staying active. This documentary from Powerade shows Calabria through his years of athletics. Calabria will now play for the United States soccer team in June at the Amputee World Cup in Mexico. An adventurer and an athlete, Calabria shows that despite being different, you can succeed when you put your mind to it.