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Olga Korbut's 1972 Dead Loop trended on reddit last night:


That looks scary as hell. But damn, it's a great example of what the human body can do.
 

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Olga Korbut's 1972 Dead Loop trended on reddit last night:


That looks scary as hell. But damn, it's a great example of what the human body can do.
Christ one a Bike, 😮

imagen doing that with a scrotum 😫
 
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Last year my friends got me to follow Formula 1 and I’ve loved the adrenaline that it gives you, but my all-time favorite sport is Basketball, been following the NBA since I was a kid, die-hard Kobe fan and in 2013 discovered a kid named Steph Curry, been my second GOAT since then 👨🏻‍🍳.
 
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It's a shame that Roger Federer has retired from all Tennis apart from laver cup which will be his last.
 

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Tennis is a bit of a mess right now.

A player like Ruud is now #2 and would even have been number one if he had beaten Alcaraz.

In the past a Del Porto or Wawrinka had to at least win 2 matches against the big 3 (or 4 including Murray).

But now it’s much different. Big names are gone, old, or unvaccinated… and new gen is injured or too unstable: Zverev, Tsitsipas, Kyrgios, thiem (not new but gotta name him). Sinner was good, but also not there yet.

Alcaraz the only new talent who really delivers at this moment
 
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