Trick Shots

Guy Throws Returning Boomerang Straight Into A Basketball Hoop22s

Guy Throws Returning Boomerang Straight Into A Basketball Hoop

Most people have seen a boomerang only in the movies. You remember the typical plot of the old movies: the hero of the film throws a boomerang, which flies in the air making a characteristic whistle, hits the villain oh his head, and then, as of on command, obediently returns to the hero. The hero smiles: the day was not spent in vain. There is one fatal mistake in this movie plot: if you throw a boomerang and it hits anything, it will never return to the person who throws it. In fact, a boomerang is one of the varieties of a throwing baton. These batons are known for 10,000 years. Archaeologists find them in the burials of Ancient Egypt. The Hopi Indians from Arizona used throwing batons to hunt rabbits and they still use them today in their traditional dances. The Australian Aborigines were the ones who invented the boomerang, which, after a throw, returns to the person who threw it, the world's only returning projectile. The Australian aborigines, who used to live in a primitive tribal system (the first inhabitants of the Green Continent), also used ordinary non-returning projectiles for hunting. The Dutch physicist Felix Hess got concerned with the question of what makes the boomerang return. A Math and Physics graduate, he wrote a 600-page book on why the boomerang returns to the shooter. Hess believed that the boomerang returns for two reasons. The first is in the shape of a boomerang, the second is in the method of throwing. Today, we see a revival of the boomerang . One of the key responsible figures for this trend is Victor Poulin, form New Hampshire who is not an Aboriginal Australian but manages to produce and provide the world with exceptionally designed and crafted boomerangs since 2008. Vic boomerang story is exceptional: he threw his first plastic boomerangs when he was only 10, but his dad took it away from him because he feared Vic is bound to hit somebody on the head with it. Almost 30 years later, his wife gave him a boomerang as a birthday present. He got hooked and wanted to find out what makes the boomerang return to the shooter. After unravelling the millennia old mystery, Vic started to build his own line of boomerangs. After posting a few videos on YouTube, his new hobby turned into a blooming business. In the video on the top of the page, you can see Vic showing his dexterity and skill when throwing a boomerang. The boomerang in the video targets the basketball hoop. You can follow the awesome curvature of the boomerang flight trajectory. It does not go straight, like a ball or other projectile would, because of its shape and the aerodynamics of its wings. You really need to have some training and experience when throwing it, like Vic does in the video: It actually returns in this epic flight into his basketball hoop ! What dо you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

World record boomerang throw into basketball hoop17s

World record boomerang throw into basketball hoop

This is the first person to ever throw a boomerang into a basketball hoop. Vic, owner of BoomerangsbyVic, shows us here how he does it. After several attempts he finally nails it. The boomerang stayed in flight for a full 8 seconds before landing in his basketball hoop!

This Toddler Nails His Basketball Trick Shot Like A Pro14s

This Toddler Nails His Basketball Trick Shot Like A Pro

If you ask a parent, any parent out there, about their small child and how the tiny human is progressing through life, they will probably say the exact same thing. That their baby is the smartest, cleverest, most talented kid the world has ever laid eyes upon. In a parent’s eyes, this is always the truth, single and universal and it would be rude to assume otherwise. But every now and again a clip comes to the light of day that proves that yes, there are immeasurable talents out there, wrapped in tiny clothes and probably still wearing diapers. When we saw this toddler nail that basketball trick shot, out mouths fell open with amazement! Check out Jaxon Maverick Eastey shooting a basketball off the second story and making it in the hoop on ground level. Keep in mind, this boy is just one year old! He only just started walking yesterday! Well, not literally, but we hope you know what we mean. Jaxon kind of remind us of Enzo Lee , who we have been following through his junior basketball career since he was six years old. With elite ball-handling skills and a formed jump shot, complete with a natural love and understanding of the game, the sky’s the limit for this talented young athlete! While on the subject of young athletes, we also must mention this Filipino kid that has been swishing ball after ball at the arcade in Marilao in the Philippines, making just one miss during his 4 minute reign!

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Published: May 22, 2018166 plays$0.30 earned
Hockey Fan Wins $1,000 After Scoring Almost Impossible Goal1m19s

Hockey Fan Wins $1,000 After Scoring Almost Impossible Goal

Whether you are a hockey fan or not, you just have to admit that this goal was pure perfection! It takes a lot of skill and probably a bit of luck to manage to drive that tiny little puck inside the goal from such a distance. Check out this guy nail a ridiculously tough hockey shot from the far blue line during intermission at an Air Force Falcons hockey game. It is quite a feat for this novice to achieve the shot under the watchful eyes of the audience. No one was expecting this goal to be successful, but he proved them wrong. This hockey fan managed to awe the audience all the while snagging the $1000 reward. You might want to lower the volume of your headphones because the incredulous roar of the crowd might come as a surprise. They definitely weren’t expecting him to make it. The icy surface of the hockey rink can easily change the trajectory of the puck, the contestant did a good job of not using too much force to kick the puck, he merely pointed it in the right direction, and the puck was well on it’s way to gaining him a $1000. Do you have any similar experience in any sport? Have you ever won something during a competition? The feeling must have been sublime! We would like to hear everything in detail in the comments down below!

Jlunny27
Published: December 11, 201688,593 views
Incredible Golf Trick Shot On The First Go 14s

Incredible Golf Trick Shot On The First Go

It seems like these people have just come to a large open field in which they decided to wack some golf balls, or it seems. We cannot tell if this is a legitimate golf course or if these people are just golf enthusiast, as this lady happens to hit it like a pro on the first time around. Golf , unlike most ball games, cannot and does not utilize a standardized playing area, and coping with the varied terrains encountered on different courses is a key part of the game. The game at the highest level is played on a course with an arranged progression of 18 holes, though recreational courses can be smaller, usually 9 holes. Lets not forget that golf is a professional sport which people make a lot of money doing. For some however it is just a hobby, something like these guys in the video. So, the men, obviously stand around and wait for this lady to perform the epic fail as she tries to hit the ball. Ether fall down, dig a huge pot hole into the grass or who knows what else. Even though the odds are on their side, somehow the odds choose to play in favor of this woman with the golf driver. On the very first try these women pull of an epic trick shot in front of a clinic of a local high school! Awesome!

JakeBritt
Published: February 25, 2018644 plays$1.87 earned
Two Basketballs Enter The Hoop In Unison Mid Trampoline Stunt1m04s

Two Basketballs Enter The Hoop In Unison Mid Trampoline Stunt

This is the incredible moment when a talented youngster manages to pull an amazing basketball stunt, making two basketballs enter the hoop in unison, making for a double score! You have never seen something like this before! Check out this video as Kevin Libertowski performs a trampoline shot involving two flips and two basketballs and passes with flying colors! How many attempts do you think this took to pull off? How did he manage to pull something off so amazing! Two flips, two basketballs, one epic shot and a unison score! Voila! Kevin Libertowski of Cleveland, Ohio, submerged a marvelous duo of stunt shots back-to-back while jumping on a trampoline in his lawn. The first shot was already amazing as it is, but the second shot that he did was the icing on the cake. He must have practiced so long to pull of a shot of that caliber. Even he seemed so surprised and hyped as he made those shots! An Ohio youngster known for his skills of basketballs shots may have beaten himself with his most recent trick. Watch as Libertowski jumps on a trampoline and throws off one basketball at the hoop with a back-flip maneuver while holding another basketball in between his legs, before flinging the other basketball with the next front flip. Insane skills! Not only did Kevin score, but he calculated the distance so that both of the basketballs enter the hoop in unison, making for a double score! What a priceless stunt! Not many people can do flips, and certainly not many can make two baskets enter the hoop at the same time, while jumping on a trampoline and doing back and front flips! Incredible! Have you done any cool trick shots before? Kevin Libertowski sure did pull off an amazing trampoline trick shot involving multiple flips and basketballs and proved that he really is something, given his unique and awesome skills! The next NBA star is born! How many attempts do you think this took to pull off? We are guessing plenty!

Player Performs Amazing 'Round The World' Snooker Trick Shot16s

Player Performs Amazing 'Round The World' Snooker Trick Shot

A trick shot is a shot played on a billiards or snooker table, which seems unlikely or impossible or requires significant skill. Trick shots frequently involve the balls organized in ways that are unlikely or impossible to appear in normal play, such as balls being in a straight line, or use props such as extra cues or a triangle that would not be allowed on the table during a game. In this clip, an amateur snooker player has arranged the red ball in two opposite diagonal lines, with found more in the back arranged as a gate. He hits the cue ball, which ricochets off all the walls on the table, then comes straight down to hit the round ball waiting by the corner pocket. The trick shot is executed with some remarkable precision, it really gave us some snooker envy. We struggle to remember which balls to hit, let alone perform tricks like these! As an organized cue sports discipline, trick shot competition is known as artistic pool. The word " snooker " was a long used military term used to describe inexperienced or first-year personnel. In the 1870s, billiards was a popular sport played by members of the British Army stationed in India. Snooker gained its own identity in 1884 when officer Sir Neville Chamberlain, while stationed in Ooty, devised a set of rules that combined pyramid and life pool.

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Published: January 12, 2018525 views
Forget The Fidget Spinner, This Is The Latest Internet Craze11s

Forget The Fidget Spinner, This Is The Latest Internet Craze

Just when we thought that nothing will ever take the throne right from under those insufferable fidget spinners, something like this happens that made us think that we should have kept our pie holes shut. It is a game that has been around for quite some time. We get to blame Malcolm In The Middle for its widespread sensation, but the game goes way back. No one could tell for sure how far back does the game come from, but the earliest someone could remember playing it was in the 1980’s. It used to be a silly game of making a circle with your thumb and forefinger and whoever got to notice it received a nice smack on the arm. Today it is a trend so stupefying, we all just want to look straight ahead and not show any signs of humane curiosity. Because you never know when someone will knock the shoulder off it’s joint. So here's the golf trick of the day with a surprise special ending! A guy has some 30 golf balls lined up next to each other. His friend, who is on the ground recording the whole htng, gives him the que to strike and our patient golfer makes his gentle swing. Each of the golf balls hit the next and fall to the ground, with the last one making it in the hole. Is that it? Oh, no, dear friends, because our cameraman pans in on the hole, to reveal a piece of paper with the circle drawn on it. Now that you have been warned, we hope it came right on time before someone smacked you on the arm. Credit to @rich_sung

richsung
Published: January 4, 201869,192 views
The Breizh Mamba Scores Another Amazing 82 Foot Basketball Shot  30s

The Breizh Mamba Scores Another Amazing 82 Foot Basketball Shot

Yoann Simon, aka "The Breizh Mamba", is an instant Internet celebrity. Aged 28, the basketball player is a showman and the videos of his basketball feats have swiped the Internet, reaching more that 11 million views. This video is a proof of his love and devotion to <a href=" https://rumble.com/v44pdf-high-school-basketball-game-postponed-as-players-dunk-breaks-rim.html " target="_blank">basketball</a>. Yoann, running far outside the basketball court, jump climbs a <a href=" https://rumble.com/v38rgf-video-of-massive-cargo-ship-being-launched-in-the-water-is-quickly-going-vi.html " target="_blank">massive</a> slab of rock and, taking a large swing, shoots the ball towards the net in the far distance. The net is so far away that he has enough time to make a gesture, jump down from the rock and slap his thigh while waiting for the ball to perfectly enter the rim! Originally from Camors, he started playing basketball at the age of 8. "I started by watching videos of Michael Jordan," he explains. "I liked his aestheticism and his aerial game." The idea of making his own videos came only later: after receiving a gift camera, he decided to film himself in order share his own feats. Finally, in June of 2015, success finally came for our showman. He was spotted and his videos were picked up by an American website, uploaded and promoted to make the buzz. ‘In all, I have more than 11 million views on Facebook, including a video that has made more than 6 million views’ says Yoann. Followed by NBA players and even approached by the Harlem Globetrotters, his success is mostly on the other side of the Atlantic. "In France, I am the only one to do that. There, they love my creativity and the fact that I do something different." Such success requires work, and it is not so simple as it seems: several hours of trying to get the ball into the basket are a must. He works 6 days a week, so it's hard to find the time. "I almost stopped. But I know there are kids who follow me so it motivates me to continue," explains Yoann.