Epic Irish commentary during the 3 / 5 minute race start.
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn is playing cards right now in what is apparently the biggest poker tournament ever, and if you're one those people who likes watching others gamble, or can't get enough news of the Greenlight Capital founder—you can watch the livestream here.
The 48 participants in the World Series of Poker's Big One for One Drop put up $1 million to enter the tournament, with about 11 percent of each player's buy-in supporting a nonprofit organization that seeks to provide access to clean water.
Cuban joined ESPNs First Take for a debate about the NBA Finals, media coverage and specifically host Skip Bayless’ comments.
Now that we've all been provided the opportunity for a good, long think about the zombie apocalypse, perhaps its time to consider some of the overlooked skills that would come in handy and seek out some new mentors. And while most of us wouldn't have the stomach to get hone some parkour skills, rolling a bike through an urban obstacle course could one day save your life.
The body of Shriya Shah-Klorfine, a Canadian woman who died while returning from the summit of Mount Everest, has been brought off the world’s tallest mountain.
A spokesman from Utmost Adventure Trekking says Shah-Klorfine’s body has been taken via helicopter from Mount Everest to her family in the Nepalese capital Kathmandu.
Ganesh Thakuri says a team of climbers managed to bring the Toronto woman’s remains down from an area more than 8,000 metres above sea level to a camp within helicopter rescue range on Monday, but bad weather prevented the body from being flown off the peak right away.
Highlights from wingsuit flying in South Africa, Norway and China (2011).
Ski-sailing, a new sport invented in Austria, demonstrated in St. Moritz, Switzerland, January 1938.
Lord Northesk on his bobsleigh in St. Moritz, Switzerland, 1935.
A team of five men riding a bobsleigh, 1931.
Young skater with safety cushion.
Skating mom pushing a sledge pram on the ice. St. Moritz, Switzerland, 1926.
Indoor skiing. France, 1939.
Sleigh leaving ski-jump. Alexandra Palace, London, England, 1933.