We like bringing you rarely-heard calls of major sports moments, so here’s one for you: the final shots of tonight’s 3-2 shootout win that brought women’s hockey gold back to the United States after 20 years, as called by Tony Ambrogio on the descriptive audio channel for the sight-impaired. Enjoy!
A driver in an allegedly stolen truck led L.A. police on a wild chase that saw him/her drive down into a Gold Line tunnel after a series of jumps, swerves, and the t-boning of a taxicab.
Lindsey Vonn claimed bronze in what we’ll assume is her final time contesting the Olympic downhill, and spoke with NBC about her comeback after missing Sochi and how she’ll look back on her career. It’s intense, at times, as Vonn confronts the probable end of her career.
American Maddie Bowman will not repeat as ski halfpipe gold medalist after crashing on all three of her runs in tonight’s final round, the final time of which left the 2014 champion crumpled on the ground with a busted helmet.
Pop singer Fergie struggled with her, erm, unique take on “The Star-Spangled Banner” even before her widely mocked performance of it before last night’s NBA All-Star Game, rehearsal footage acquired by Deadspin reveals.
The French ice dancing team of Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron is our pick to win the event in Pyeongchang, but an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction today threatened to sink those chances, if not for Papadakis’s steely determination.
Auburn sophomore forward Anfernee McLemore suffered a grotesque injury late in the first half of the Tigers’ SEC matchup at South Carolina just days after putting up one of the best performances of his career. Warning: the video is graphic.
When Ester Ledecká crossed the finish line of this morning’s run of the women’s Super-G a hundredth of a second ahead of reigning gold medalist Anna Veith, the Czech couldn’t believe she’d beaten the Austrian champ. Ledecká, after all, is best known for her achievements in a completely different event: snowboarding,…
Laura Ingraham says basketballers should stick to their sport and keep their opinions to themselves. Here, then, are some examples of her employer believing otherwise:
“Did we lose him?”
An Arizona cheerleader hit the showers early after being ejected for shouting something at a referee midway through the second half of the Wildcats’ game in Tempe against rivals Arizona State.
16-year-old Japanese snowboarder Yuto Totsuka left the halfpipe on a medical sled after a disastrous crash on the lip of the halfpipe.
Bucknell downed Colgate tonight at home in a stunning last-minute comeback that saw the Bison score 13 points in the final 50 seconds.
We’ve all fantasized about what songs to which we’d perform were we Olympic figure skaters. (Or maybe that’s just me?) Anyway, it’s more entertaining to consider what the least appropriate songs to choreograph a routine to might be, so here is what they are, in order:
CNBC is known for its coverage of money markets, including the value of the Yuan, Euro, and Yen. But today, it was covering the Dong. A Huddersfield keeper’s dong, to be specific.
The Walleye no longer play at the Toledo Sports Arena, but the ECHL action tonight brought back memories of that smoke-filled brawlatorium as tonight’s game against the Kansas City Mavericks got feisty in the third period: