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If you want to hear God laugh, celebrate early during a 12-lap motocross event at the X-Games.
You might think you’ve seen it all when it comes to BMX riders jumping over large gaps while doing tricks. You, sir or madam, are wrong. Take a look at Zach Warden’s gold medal-winning “Iron Lotus,” which in normal BMX speak is a back flip bikeflip late tailwhip, which is normal human speak is some crazy shit.
Brazilian Skateboard Babe Leticia Bufoni Channels Her Inner David Ortiz And Drops A Major F-Bomb On ESPN’s X-Games (VIDEO)
You’ve had a long week, America. Why don’t you just sit back, relax, and enjoy a nice cold video of an attractive young lady dropping a f-bomb on live TV during ESPN’s broadcast of the X-Games Foz Do Igauzu. Video of the priceless moment, and some of her flattering photographs after the jump.
On January 24th, X Games snowmobiler Caleb Moore crashed during a backflip attempt at the snowmobile freestyle final and suffered a concussion after his head smashed into the ground and his snowmobile landed on top of him. But during his evaluation, doctors discovered bleeding on his heart and he was transported to St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado.
On Saturday during a practice run at the X Games in L.A., RallyCross driver Toomas Heikkinen hit a ramp too slow and crashed (head-on) into a set steel beams 50 feet in front of him. Luckily, Heikkinen was able to escape from the flipped Ford Fiesta in relatively good condition: he was treated for a broken ankle and some abdominal pain. The lesson here, as always, is to gun it like your life depended on it.
The Moto X Enduro is an odd event in which competitors, instead of racing at top speed and using ramps to soar majestically on their bikes…run into a bunch of obstacles that slow them down. The X Games recently held this event, for both men and women. And while many female motocross riders are great at what they do…this didn’t go so well.
The X Games‘ opening night was already cast a pallor with the injury sustained to multisport star Travis Pastrana, but it was BMX star Chad Kagy’s fall in the Big Air event that silenced the LA Live crowd.
Oh, live boobs. A young man’s first glimpse of them can be an exciting time in life, full of wonder and elation.