It’s better than working.
Ayumi Fukushima is one of the best b-girls in the world. The 33-year-old from Kyoto, Japan, recently won the 2v2 (with B-boy Thesis) at Outbreak Europe, a major breaking event. She is also the first woman to be invited to competed in the 1v1 battle at Battle of the Year. And she is one of the coaches for breaking’s…
Klay Thompson has enjoyed more on his trip to China than just rim-checking himself to hell. He also enjoyed at least one night of being extremely hype at a club of some sort, showing off some pretty creative moves and seemingly not caring at all about what anyone else might think:
Gabriel Jesus is the best young striker Brazil has produced in a startlingly long time. Obviously, this makes him a big deal back home. Brazilian funk artist MC Nego Blue was so impressed by Jesus’s talents that he penned an entire song, “É Gol” (translation: “It’s a Goal”), about the Manchester City man. And despite…
Tyshawn Johnson, a senior at Kent County High School in Maryland and evidently a popular Vine Teen, turned the hardwood into a dance floor before getting T’d up by a referee who loathes joy and human expression.
During the Bucks’ game against the Wizards today, a young fan crumbled when faced with his own dancing skills.
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett has been known to unleash an homage to Ravishing Rick Rude after recording a sack, and he hit the Rams with a particularly saucy one after sacking Jared Goff last Thursday. Bennett was penalized for the dance, but that didn’t stop him from commemorating it with a very dope…
Pokémon Go may be an agent of the New World Order, but that doesn’t mean the Pokémon themselves don’t like to have a little fun every once in a while. Like these two giant birds, for instance. Look at those ‘mons dance.
These videos are better than winning $1 million.
The following GIF of a section of Real Salt Lake fans hamming it up for the camera can only be fully appreciated the way you appreciate a Tati movie: after repeated viewings, with your eyes drinking in as much of the frame-suffusing action as possible:
Peter Crouch is most known for 1) being a lumbering giant of a striker who somehow parlayed his head’s altitude and the middling skills that came with the rest of his body into a surprisingly good career with the English national team, and 2) for doing the Robot a few times after scoring. Thanks to this video, we now…
Russell Westbrook is an intense dude, and if he’s determined to do a million dabs with Cameron Payne, maybe you should just let him do so in peace?
About two weeks ago, Maryland Terrapins sophomore Jared Nickens posted a video of himself dancing to Ghost Town DJ’s “My Boo” with teammate Jaylen Brantley. It’s a fun dance!
Serena Williams was recently on set for some commercial. That’s not important, except that she seems to have a fair amount of downtime. Enough, at least, to produce about five minutes of random phone footage that includes tutorials on how to twerk (“squeeze the glutes, engage the quads”) and milly rock (“it’s really…
Everton manager Roberto Martínez is young and hip. It’s no surprise, then, to see him turn up at a Jason Derulo concert in Manchester last night and, well, turn up. Maybe also not that surprising: Martínez’s dance moves aren’t exactly the sharpest:
It’s recruiting season, which means it’s the one time of year when we get to relish self-serious millionaire coaches embarrassing themselves in order to scoop up the next crop of talented freshman. Take it away, Nick Saban!
I don’t know what’s more endearing: the way Didier Drogba coaxes these Montreal Impact academy kids into an impromptu dance circle, or the way the kids take to it with such gusto. Drogba may well have found his second calling.
The NBA and its players are in Shanghai for Fan Appreciation Day, and there’s no better display of fan appreciation than Hornets rookie Frank Kaminsky doing a dance—that isn’t the Dougie—to “Teach Me How To Dougie” on the court.
Clemson had a close call last night, escaping with a 20-17 victory over unranked Louisville. A win on national TV naturally calls for some locker-room dancing, and head coach Dabo Swinney was happy to get in on the action.
Here’s Kenyan steeplechaser Ezekiel Kemboi after winning that 3,000-meter barrier-and-pond race at the Track and Field World Championships in Beijing. This was his seventh gold or silver World Championship performance. He’s got two Olympic golds at home in the drawer, stacks of others too, and, wonder on top of…