What a terrible way to lose a race at the Olympics. As U.S. runner Paul Chelimo was competing in a race he made contact with another runner while trying to get to the outside. I know the Olympics are pretty tight on their rules but this seems a bit much. What do you think?
I had no idea what being "wham sauced" was or actually ever heard the term until now. Check out this video of a track meet. Not too exciting I agree, that is until a runner "wham sauces" one of the track helpers. The announcer said the term and I am now going to start saying it. Also, am I the only one that thinks announcer guy sounds a lot like Jerry Seinfeld?
Running from the cops never really works out, this isn't Grand Theft Auto. This guy decides to give it a try. Keep in mind, he could have easily outrun the cop but decided to plead with him instead. I can't believe the cop didn't let him go after "Come on cop, you can't do this dude!"
Over the weekend, some drunk guy fell on me. I am not kidding, some a-hole totally took me down. I was not laughing. However, I am laughing at this woman. Watch as this couple tell a TV reporter how great running in the snow is. As the couple jog away into the night, the female bites it hard!
These folks from Australia are all part of the 2012 Autumn classic Beer Mile. A Beer mile is a drinking game combining running and speed drinking. It all takes place on a 1/4 mile track. The race begins at the 1 mile starting line, there you chug a beer and then run a full lap around the track. Do this four times and you have yourself a beer mile. I would puke after the first turn.
Being a monkey would be pretty sweet, considering that you get to eat a lot of bananas, everything you do is hilarious, and if something is pissing you off, you can just throw crap at it. This dude really wanted to be a monkey, so he started walking like one.
Here's one for the 'dumb criminal' file; an Indiana man -- Jared Johnson, 25-years-old from Center Township Ind. -- saw opportunity knocking and answered the door; it was the cops ready for a chase.
According to the Chicagoist; Jared Johnson was riding his bicycle through Rogers Lakewood Park after the park closed Monday when police tried to stop him...