We’ve all had one of those incredible moments where you pull off a feat so mind blowing it’s almost impossible to believe, all whilst desperately wishing there’d been a camera rolling. Luckily for these guys, there was. Whether it’s acing it on the golf course, hurling a water bottle across the office or simply proving you’re the best online casino player of all your friends with a single lucky bet, everyone loves a risk paying off. Check out these clips below of incredible feats of both luck, and skill.
World’s Longest Basketball Shot
This incredible video taken at Texas A&M University back in 2009 by the team over at Dude Perfect shows an incredible basketball shot from all the way at the top of the seating tier, all the way down to the hoop. What are the chances!
Wayne Rooney Bicycle Kick
This absolutely ridiculous clip from Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney in 2011 shows an incredible goal against rivals Manchester City. After a pass from his team mate Nani, Rooney leaps up for a bicycle kick, sending it flying straight past goalkeeper Joe Hart.
Upside Down Bottle Flip Challenge
This brief but incredible clip published in 2016 shows how a simple error can make a trick shot even cooler. Rather than simply landing as expected, the bottle landed upside down on its cap!
86 Foot Seated Hoop Shot
This insane clip from 2010 shows Memphis Grizzlies player Vince Carter breaking his team mates World Record for longest hoop shot sitting down at an incredible 86 foot (that’s over three London buses in length!)
Tiger Woods Hole In One
This footage shows the incredible Tiger Woods scoring a mind blowing hole in one at the 16th Hole, during the 1997 Phoenix Open. It’s said to be one of the biggest crowd responses ever in professional golf, and we can’t blame them!
Most Accurate Bow Shot Ever
This amazing albeit rather low quality clip from Asia shows an anonymous archer nailing some incredible shots through items such as an apple, an egg, and even a walnut. The icing on the cake however, is when he manages to shoot an arrow, through the end of another hollowed out arrow. How does anyone do that?!