French race walker Yohann Diniz is leading today’s 50k, but his competition hasn’t been a, uh, cakewalk? It looks like Diniz either has severe gastrointestinal issues—at times shoving a sponge down his pants to soak up wet fecal matter, and then throwing the sponge off toward the crowd—or stuck a bunch of chocolate…
As you already know, there have been some problems at the Olympic diving venue in Rio. Organizers’ desperate attempts to get the algae problem under control haven’t been too successful, and the problem has spread somewhat to the water polo pool next to it. To illustrate the problem as it’s continued this week, here is…
Preseason football is stupid, exhibit #9000: Malcolm Mitchell, the Patriots’ fourth-round wide receiver pick out of Georgia, suffered a really awful-looking elbow injury in the second quarter of New England’s game against the Saints tonight. What a sport!
Andranik Karapetyan is the reigning European champion in 77 kilogram weightlifting, but his hopes for an Olympic medal ended when he suffered a disgusting elbow dislocation while trying to lift 195 kilograms (430 pounds).
French gymnast Samir Aït Saïd was coming in for a landing after flipping several times off of the vault, when his left leg buckled and snapped horrifically upon contact with the ground.
Jeremy Menez left AC Milan for Bordeaux two days ago with two ears. He left his Bordeaux debut with one-and-a-half.
After MMA fighter Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos suffered a gruesome skull fracture in a Bellator fight against Michael Page, his ex-wife set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for his medical bills. Santos ended up not needing that money, and now he’s giving it to a good cause.
Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos lost his match against Michael Page at Bellator 158 on Saturday after Page landed a flying knee flush with Santos’s forehead. It was clear that Santos was badly hurt in the immediate aftermath of the fight, and now an Instagram post by his ex-wife, Cris “Cyborg” Justino, has confirmed the…
We’ve seen our fair share of disgusting-looking leg injuries, but watching Demba Ba’s heretofore straight shin turn into the letter Z in a Shangai Shenhua-Shanghai SIPG game is probably the worst of them all. That poor, poor man.
Alexis Sanchez had to leave the Copa America final before the penalty shootout on account of Gabriel Mercado caught him with a nasty tackle that left him unable to play past the 104th minute. Chile won anyway, thanks to Messi’s chokejob, but Alexis’ ankle has ballooned up and it looks like the podiatric equivalent of…
The above video, given the disgustingly appropriate title “Joachim Löw smells his balls and his ass during Germany vs Ukraine 2-0,” blew up this weekend because, well, it shows a grown man slipping his hands down the front and back of his pants and sniffing the offending fingers. Sadly, new evidence shows that this…
Real Salt Lake goalkeeper Nick Rimando shared an Instagram photo of his hand yesterday, and his pinkie looked like it’s trying to get away from the rest of his hand. You were warned:
Because we are sick in the head, we were curious what would happen if we took today’s episode of Pardon the Interruption and ran it through Snapchat’s face swap filter. The results are, as you might expect, horrifying.
This MLB season is not even a week old, yet fans are already resorting to the kind of boredom-reducing insane behavior we usually see in late September. Two separate incidents in Detroit and Milwaukee will, if you continue reading any further, probably ruin your appetite for the day. You’ve been warned.
Dallas Stars center Tyler Seguin will be out for three to four weeks after partially slicing his Achilles tendon in Thursday’s game against the Lightning. If you ever wanted to know what a sliced Achilles tendon looks like from the outside, Seguin’s got you covered. (It’s below, and it might be a little nasty.)
Dodgers pitcher Josh Ravin will have surgery to repair a broken arm he suffered in a car accident on Monday night. Would you like to see a picture of the arm that will possibly make you very queasy? On we go, then:
Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis, who tore his ACLs on three separate occasions in his NFL career, was already known for his resiliency. So, when Davis broke his right arm in the NFC championship game, had surgery, and vowed to play in the Super Bowl, his promise was taken seriously.