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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Ambrose, Jan 3, 2017.
A thread to post brilliant examples of white athleticism.
Great thread Ambrose. If you haven't seen Steve Austin's Broken Skull ranch, you should take a look at his champion, Hunter McIntyre. McIntyre is a machine! The Broken Skull Challenge pits athletes against each other in a combination of obstacle courses, speed, wrestling, stamina and strength. The winner each week gets to run the Skull Buster obstacle course for time, where McIntyre has defended his title for 8 weeks. No one has come really close to beating him. I'll try to get up video or maybe someone else can get one up of McIntyre?
Here's parkour legend David Belle...
A complete unknown leaping about in the park. Looks like South Carolina?
The best running quarterback ever -- 6' 6" Matt Jones, who ran a 4.37 40 at the NFL Combine.
My hatred for the NFL just grew 10 fold. If Jones were Black...well, you know the rest.
If Matt Jones was playing in these spread option offenses now just imagine the numbers he would of put up. One of the best athletes ever in college football. He just emerged onto the scene 10 years to early.
Don Hutson is largely forgotten now, but in the 1930s and early '40s he was the NFL's closest player to Babe Ruth in terms of fame and domination of his sport.
Good point. But maybe, 10 years too late. If you think about it, he had the athleticism of a Steve Young, with even better speed and size, and the arm strength to match. He is a prime example of the Caste System for sure.
Another phenomenal display of White athleticism.
Young kid; long kick...
Would like to see an NBA'er do this:
I had no idea Jones was that explosive a runner. What exactly ended his career? I remember the excuse was he tested positive for cocaine and something about getting caught drinking beer. But it seems of course the real reason is because he was a White man with too much athleticism.
Those men have a huge set is about all I can say about that. Amazing!
Simply incredible. Courage, strength, endurance and balls of steel. I couldn't do that for a million dollars. Wish I could.
By their names they look to be Russian. All I can say is "Holy ****".
MAN ON WIRE
This is fairly "athletic" Something's wrong with people who don't like this.
Rita Hayworth & Fred Astaire dance the "Shorty George" - YouTube
Apr 13, 2017 - Uploaded by Professor Hamamoto
Released during World War II, "You Were Never Lovelier" (1942) was much-needed escapism. This romantic ...
Impressive indeed! Thanks for the link.
... I've seen this one before but watched it again. I get that nervous, yes, scary feeling just watching it. People like him are one in a billion, if even that!