Is that J.J. Watt?
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Is that J.J. Watt?
Think about Zlata when you try to bend down and touch your toes in the morning.
Whoops. Remember to hang on tight when you're twerking halfway out the door of a moving car.
In his attempt to break the world record for the longest car jump, French daredevil Guerlain Chicherit had a little problem sticking the landing yesterday.
This vicious hit during a high school hockey game in Wisconsin is incredibly nasty and amazingly legal.
Friends, family and complete strangers have donated more than $49,000 to 31-year old skydiver Ben Cornick after he fell 12,000 feet and lived.
Three minutes of extreme sports injuries footage from the documentary 'The Crash Reel' might change how you see extreme sports forever.
Watch Karl Stollery of the Lake Erie Monsters get WRECKED by an opposing player, so much so that he does a full body flip onto his face. Ouch.
Here's a reminder of why GoPro exists, as this first person motocross crash will certainly make you dizzy.
A pair of Will Power's pit crew members got hit by Scott Dixon's car during the GoPro Grand Prix at Sonoma. Ouch.
Back on May 2, according to Tomahawk Nation, Florida State Seminoles tight end Nick O’Leary (grandson of Jack Nicklaus) was in a horrifying-looking accident when his motorcycle struck the front end of a Lexus that apparently pulled out into a street without establishing right of way.
This video comes to us via Reddit without a lot of context, but it's easy enough to figure out.
Here's a hang glider crash that goes about as well as one can.
Here's The Fail Academy's Best Fails of 2012.
Just as I'm willing to be impressed with the vertical agility of this kid in the blue sweatshirt (who's probably not Welker's kid, to be honest), this other turd comes outta nowhere and takes his legs out from under him.
On 205th knows that if you're jumping over any body of water, there's one rule and one rule only: Don't come up short.
Rumors are swirling that Lance Armstrong could be up to something more than trying to win his eighth Tour de France next year.
Several dozen people were racing motorcycles at 140 mph on a track in Rome with tight turns, and shockingly, two people -- Max Biaggi and Kenan Sufuolu -- bumped into each other.
All right, news cycle: I don't like you, and you don't like me.
A Montana teacher suffered some cuts and bruises but was otherwise okay after he struck a bear while riding his bicycle to school.