Best Sports Pictures Of 2018
Did you get off your behind in 2018? Go to the gym, loose some pounds or even took your hobby to the next level and tried to go pro? Sport is practiced on so many levels and it's not just about being fit or being really, really good at something. It is also about having fun.
If 2018 wasn't your year, just take these sports pictures as an inspiration for 2019.
Nothing is impossible and you can do it.
Driving The Famous 21 Bends of L’Alpe D’Huez With Kevin Hansen and Sebastien Loeb
Both these gentleman are amazing racing car drivers.
And the 21 bends of l'Alpe d'Huez is an amazing road/mountain to drive on.
A recipe for a spectacle.
Climbing the Great Pyramid of Giza
The Great Pyramid of Giza was built from 2580 - 2560 BC. That means it is more than 4500 years old and it is a pretty special place to visit. It must have seen some things in it's history, but I don't think anything prepared it for what Andreas Hvid and a friend did in November.
They climbed to the top, admired the view and took of their clothes to simulate having sex at the top of the pyramid.
The whole of Egypt was outraged.
We're just glad they filmed it. The climb, not the sex.
Santa-costumed revelers get into the holiday spirit with a massive pub crawl in cities around the world.
Basically drunk Santas.
The 2018 Movie Trailer Mashup
I have two young kids so a night at the movies has been replaced by evenings of Netflix and watching movie trailers online. I tell myself that one day I'll play catch-up.
How many of the movies featured in this movie trailer mashup did you go and see?
The Photos Of 2018 Week 49
Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.Open this photogallery >
Downhill Challenge Medellín with Sam Pilgrim and Nicholi Rogatkin
GoPro Athlete Sam Pilgrim and Nicholi Rogatkin show us what it is like to ride the Downhill Challenge Medellín, the world's longest urban downhill race.
Georgian mining town offers little alternative to deadly job
When the roof of a coal mine collapsed in the Georgian town of Tkibuli in July, killing four miners and injuring six, the small town was plunged into grief - and not for the first time.Open this photogallery >
Abandoned Norwegian houses by Britt Marie Bye
All my friends who have visited Norway say it is a must-visit location.
Stunning scenery, friendly people, clean air and easy going.
Apparently people want to move there, but photographer Britt Marie Bye found some fine little houses, abandoned inside the Arctic circle.
Credit: Britt Marie Bye
Safari in the city
Views from the edge of Kenya's capital city in Nairobi National Park.
Must be really weird to see exotic animals with skyscrapers in the background. Tell me we are stealing their land.
Shanghai’s Late Night Shops by Florian Mueller
They say New York is the city that never sleeps, but in Asia there are loads of cities that never sleep. And cities that never sleep have nighttime economies.
Florian Mueller spent some time in Shanghai and capture some to the thousands of typical late night shops and stalls.
Credit: Florian Mueller
Mexico’s presidential plane is for sale
The big, luxurious airplane used to ferry Mexico's former president around the globe is about to fly away permanently in one of the first moves by the new president to rid the country of what he has derided as a towering symbol of excess.Open this photogallery >