Skiing Stereotypes | Dude Perfect

Ah! What a gorgeous day. Woo hoo! Woo hoo! Hey! Dude! Come on, man! Sorry, it’s kind of my buddy’s thing. Ow! Ugh! Got to let go, man! Woo! Ha ha! Ski tips up! It’s time to shred the gnar– Can you grab me a couple of chili cheese corn dogs? I’m going to smoke them on the way up. […]

Bowling with Bekah!

Bekah: Hi, guys. I’m Bekah and my secret talent is bowling. Growing up in California I was on a bowling team and I might have owned my own ball. Back in my heyday I regularly broke 200. And my friends used to call me Strike. Let me show you why.

High school athletes compete in Special Olympics bowling competition at Holiday Lanes

THERE WAS A PACKED HOUSE AT HOLIDAY LANES IN JOHNSON CITY TODAY — FOR THE SECOND OF THREE SPECIAL OLYPMICS BOWLING COMPETITIONS. NEARLY 120 HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES FILLED THE LANES WITH CHEERS AND LAUGHER. THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS COMMITTEE SAYS EVENTS LIKE THIS ARE POSSIBLE THANKS TO THE COUNTLESS HOURS PUT IN BY VOLUNTEERS. NO MATTER WHAT NUMBER OF PINS WERE […]

DSA0005 Interview with deaf bowler

Hello, I am Hau En. [Fingerspelling: H-A-U E-N] I came to observe bowling at CSC Bukit Batok Westwood Bowl. I would like to have a chat with this bowler, Andy Toh. Hello, I heard you are good at bowling. I also heard you represented Singapore at at Deaflympics Games. How, please share your experiences with us. Ok, it was a […]

Water Bottle Flip 2 | Dude Perfect

Tyler: This is the second story bounce pad. YEAH! Man water bottle flips are dead. We’re done. Never happening again. And then you do something like that and you’re like: LET’S GO! ANNOUNCER: Dude Perfect. (MUSIC PLAYING) Coby: You might be thinking,” you’re playing soccer and baseball?” Huh. I’m bottle flippin’. *thunk* *winks* (highnote) HAHA! *in the background* Yeah! Heyy!! […]

CCB Blind Bowling

Mike I know you’ve met and worked with members of the Canadian Council of the Blind, and know that they offer a ton of support and services for those in the blind and low-vision community. – Yes they do, and since most of the CCB’s members have some degree of vision loss themselves, it truly is a self-help organization. – […]