Euro 2012: Lego Recreations of the Tournament’s Greatest Moments

Have you been watching the 2012 European Championships? Yeah, me neither. But hey, this might pique your interest: a teenage football fan from Scotland has celebrated the (apparently very exciting) sports event by recreating some of the most memorable moments from past tournaments – in Lego! 18-year-old Graham Love spent four weeks painstakingly manipulating pint-sized plastic figures to make the stop-motion video, which he uploaded onto YouTube and which has went down a storm.

If you’re a footy fan, you may recognise some of the famous scenes receiving the Lego treatment in Love’s video: Cristiano Ronaldo weeping at Portugal’s Euro 2004 loss, for example, as well as David Trezeguet winning the tournament for France in 2000. He also leaves a question mark open for England’s performance this year. Well, we shall see (I’m sure I’ll read about it somewhere). Below are some screenshots from the video, and right at the bottom is the video itself. Enjoy. [Read more…]

The 15 Biggest Blunders in Sports History

It happens all the time in the world of professional sports: one split-second decision costs the team the game, the season, the Super Bowl, or even a player’s career; in some cases, it can even cost someone their life. This mistake can manifest itself in the shape of anything: an unfortunate interception, an ill-advised trade-off, a dodgy landing, or someone literally dropping the ball. Whatever way, that split-second decision can land its doer an unwanted inclusion in the sports history books, as the fifteen blunders listed below have undoubtedly done. [Read more…]

9 Insane Sports Plays That Are Unlikely to Ever Happen Again

Sometimes the world of Sports does amazing things, things you didn’t know were possible in the real world, things that defy belief. Here’s a list of these things, for your enjoyment. [Read more…]

U.S. Pro Sports Compared [Infographic]

The stunning infographic below compares various segments of pro sports in the United States, including ticket prices, highest salaries, total ticket revenue, and attendance. There were many surprises in the infographic for me. I didn’t know how popular Major League Soccer was. The average attendance is higher than that of pro hockey. Feast your eyes on the graphic below:

Via: ABC Tickets

This graphic confirms something we all knew: the San Francisco 49ers really have a hard time selling tickets. The tickets are priced at $27.99 on average, and the franchise still struggles with filling up Candlestick Park during regular season games.

By Eddie Von Cheddy

Slimming Tips Infographic

Guess what, TBR readers. It’s time for us to drop some health knowledge via an infographic about staying fit. The bottom line is that if you don’t use your body on a daily basis, it will slowly erode. Your lungs and heart won’t function at their peak (not good if you’re trying to avoid a heart attack or stroke), and your muscles will wither away. But what are the best exercises to do if you want to remain healthy and lose some flab? The infographic below offers some pointers.