Caleb Smith wrestler with no arms or legs (Click for Video)
A high school wrestler from St Paul, Minnesota, is wowing opponents across the country but not just with his physical strength and will-power – he also doesn’t have arms or legs.
120-pound wrestler Caleb Smith was born with a rare blood disease which forced his parents to make the agonizing decision to amputate his arms below the elbows and legs below the knees when he was just three. Read more
Act Of Sportsmanship Gives Texas High Schooler Shot At Glory (Click for Video)
A Texas teen has set the example of sportsmanship by unselfishly surrendering the basketball to a developmentally disabled member of the opposing team so he could score a point during a game. Mitchell Marcus serves as the team manager for the basketball team at Coronado High School in El Paso, Texas. Read more
Incredible Haitian stunt man (click for video)
Watch this incredibly talented Haitian stuntman performing very impressive parkour style stunts on the streets of Port au Prince. The most impressive (and a bit frightening) of his stunts is where he jumps over a motorcycle that is racing towards him.
Spencer Watson kite flying competition winner (click for video)
Watch in this video Spencer Watson’s first place performance at the American Kitefliers Association (AKA) Open Individual Indoor Unlimited competition at the World Kite Museum’s 2013 Windless Kite Festival.
I must admit that before watching this video, I didn’t know that this sport existed. It is, however, very beautiful to watch as it is quite artistic and appears to take a bit of skill. Read more
People are Awesome 2013 (click for video)
This People are Awesome 2013 mash-up is the follow up to the 2010 video from the band Hadouken. The band’s song Levitate provides the background music to this video of incredible physical feats.
The original video has now garnered some 55 million views and counting on YouTube and this new video just published a couple days ago has already gone viral.There have been many “people are awesome” imitators, but these guys are the originals and have mastered the art.
Caden and Conner (click for video)
Several months ago we posted a story about two inspiring brothers Conner and Cayden. Cayden, who is 6, has cerebral palsy. Conner, who is 8, pushes and tows his little brother in all of their races and refuses to compete without him. The brothers have been named sports kids of the year by Sports Illustrated. Watch in this moving video as they receive their award. You can also see LeBron James, who won Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year, pay tribute to them and says that they are the real sportsmen of the year. Great stuff!