During the diving events at The Olympics, you will see the athletes take their dive and it is over in a split second. What happens when you slow things down frame by frame? You see the divers in a completely different light!
Whether you remember him as the guffawing beanie-donned simpleton Goober on The Andy Griffith Show, Mayberry R.F.D or Hee Haw, George Lindsay will be forever in our hearts as a purveyor of down-home goofy humor.
If you’re an athlete who’ll be competing at this year’s Olympic games in London, don’t be offended if the 550 British competitors won’t shake your hand. It’s nothing personal — they’re just afraid you might have cooties.
The Special Olympics Minnesota Polar Bear Plunge in St. Cloud is Saturday, Feb. 18 at 1 p.m. at the 400 Supper Club.The Polar Bear Plunge — presented by Minnesota law enforcement as part of their year-round Law Enforcement Torch Run® events — is a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations and businesses to support Special Olympics Minnesota athletes by jumping into frigid Minnesota waters. It consists of several different events that take pla
Three finalists are left to fight over the mirror ball trophy during next week’s ‘Dancing With the Stars’ finale, and Lady Antebellum will be on hand to watch. The country trio announced on their Twitter page that they’ll be performing.
The first annual Redneck Olympics, which took place in Hebron, Maine earlier this month, featured events such as wife-carrying, bobbing for pig’s feet, lawn mower races, mud pit belly flops and toilet-seat horseshoes
The conditions were less than balmy, but the 2011 St. Cloud Polar Plunge was a huge success. Over 500 plungers raised more than $70,000 for the Special Olympics of Minnesota. 98 Country photographer Megan Honstrom was in attendance, snapping pictures before jumping in herself
The Polar Bear Plunge — presented by Minnesota law enforcement as part of the year-round Law Enforcement Torch Run® events to benefit Special Olympics — is a unique opportunity for individuals, organizations and businesses to support Special Olympics athletes by jumping into frigid Minnesota waters
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