During the qualifying round at Vikersund, Norway, Johan Remen Evensen rubs everyone's face in his greatness by soaring past his previous world record to set a new one for the longest ski jump. There's no such thing as breaking too many records.
Jacob Tucker is taking a page out of Jennifer Aniston's book in hopes that a good viral video will win him a spot in the 2011 NCAA dunk contest. With his 50-inch running vertical and sick dunks, we figure he should be a shoe in.
Truly wireless with a handcrafted tortoise brown acetate body, the MW07 earphones from Master & Dynamic strike an ideal blend of convenience, performance, and style. Inside each 'bud is a custom 10mm Beryllium driver that delivers impossibly good sound from a small package. Silicone "wings" in two different sizes ensure a secure fit, and MEMS mics let you handle calls easily. They last for 3.5 hours, charge inside the included stainless steel carrying case for a total of 14 hours of battery life, and have an IPX 4 splashproof rating, making them capable, although unlikely, gym companions.
Available in Matte Black or Tortoise Shell.
Dimensions (Earphones): 0.98" x 0.87" x 1.11" / Dimensions (Case): 2.54" x 1.06" x 1.78" / Weight (Earphone, each): 0.32 oz / Weight (Case): 2.68 oz / Wireless: Bluetooth 4.2 with apt-X / Connectivity Distance: 65+ feet
Some golf courses are known for their beauty, others their history. Some are lucky enough to have both. But if it's truly worth mentioning, you'll find it in Golf: The Impossible Collection. Compiled by award-winning golf journalist George Peper, this astounding compendium covers the 100 most notable courses around the world. From the hallowed fairways of St. Andrews to greens and clubhouses built within the last few years, it gives intimate details of each and every spot alongside stunning photography and quotes. While the book itself is meant for casual reading, expect a serious urge to start booking tee times when you pick it up. Arrives in a hard shell display case.
Width: 14" / Height: 17" / Depth: 2.75" / Weight: 20 lbs / 200 pages
A third grader from Portland sinks a last-second shot from well behind the half-court line, bringing his team to victory. For all of you calling traveling, you better check yourself before you wreck yourself.