U.S. BMX cyclist Connor Fields crashed at the Olympics and was rushed to the hospital.
BMX racing is brutal.
Hope Connor Fields is alright 🙏 pic.twitter.com/QZCkvuk2eW
— djspice (@officialspicyj2) July 30, 2021
A 57-year-old New York man was filmed being engulfed by flames in Queens when he was walking down the sidewalk when it exploded. The man’s name is Barry West and he said it, “hurt like hell” and some of his skin was burned, thankfully he’s expected to survive.
This is nuts! A sidewalk explosion in St Albans, Queens. Thankfully, the brother is OK and recovering.
Reason no. 1 Billion why I fear walking over those grates. pic.twitter.com/C1tnFBNHdJ
— Jeff (@JeffJSays) July 27, 2021
Sportscaster for BBC Clare Balding gave a hilarious double-entendre on Wednesday at the Tokyo Olympic Games. She was interviewing British swimmers Tom Dean and Matthew Richards about their win in the 4x200m freestyle relay when she asked about Richard’s third leg. Both the swimmers couldn’t help but smirk.
Meeting the family of your significant other is a big step in any relationship and could be a make-or-break moment. This dude learned that when he arrived at his girlfriend’s house and talking on the phone to someone else. He told them he had to go and insulted her dad right before noticing the doorbell camera. Click HERE to see the video!
An Olympic Judo Wrestler is defending her coach after a video was posted on social media of him slapping her before one of her matches. Martyna Trajdos is a German Judo wrestler and she was shaken and slapped in the cheek by her coach Claudiu Pusa in the round of 32 for the women’s 63kg category. She says that she wants her coach to do this before every match to wake her up.
A czo tu się odpoliczkowało w ogóle?! pic.twitter.com/mX2r9rMMTA
— Mischa Von Jadczak (@michaljadczak) July 27, 2021
Fred Durst posted this picture of him to his Instagram account and fans are losing their minds because it doesn’t look like him at all! We also realized he looks like Dr. P Jesus!
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Dutch BMX rider Niek Kimmann injured his knee Monday when he crashed into an Olympics official during a training run.
So this is what happened today. 💣 Hit an official that wanted to cross the 2nd straight. Hope the official is O.K. My knee is sore, but will do my best to be ready for Thursday! Thanks everyone for the messages, appreciate it! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/QOdJ2r0usT
— Niek Kimmann (@niekkimmann) July 26, 2021