Winnipeg Blue Bombers' Jovon Johnson snags the ball from intended receiver Fred Stamps of Edmonton during their CFL game.
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Saimaiti Aishan, a 27-year-old Uighur acrobat of tightrope walking, made history when he was the first person to walk a tightrope between two hot air balloons. He set a national tightrope walking record at 30 meters high on Aug. 6, but failed in his attempt of 100 meters.
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Life goes on after the Philippines were hit by back-to-back storms that caused heavy rains and flooding; the waist-deep water does not stop these ballers from balling.
4 of 17Julio Cortez
New York Jets Running back Chris Jennings battles the many fake arms of a blocking machine during the New York Jets' training camp.
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Hats off to Kansas City Chiefs guard Darryl Harris, who knocked off rookie linebacker Amara Kamara's helmet during one-on-one drills at the Chiefs' training camp.
6 of 17Keith Srakocic
Pittsburgh wide receiver Arnaz Battle proves that he can keep his eyes on the ball as he dives for a pass in the end zone at training camp.
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Oscar Hurtado of Venezuela shows off his kite surfing skills during the Windsurfing World Tour 2011.
8 of 17Kerim Okten/EPA
Manchester United's Patrice Evra gets tangled with Manchester City's David Silva while fighting for the ball during a FA Community Shield soccer match. Manchester United won 3-2.
9 of 17Enrique De La Osa/Reuters
U.S. swimmer Diana Nyad plays 'Reveille' on a bugle before starting her attempt to swim a world record 103 miles (168 km) from Cuba to the U.S. on Aug. 7, 2011. The 61-year-old dove into the Straits of Florida with hopes to become the first to complete this swim without a shark cage. Unfortunately, Nyad was pulled from the water after 29 hours after battling asthma, shoulder pain and overall exhaustion.
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Aubrey Huff of the San Francisco Giants faces a knuckleball at home plate from Philadelphia Phillies catcher Carlos Ruiz.
11 of 17Gene J. Puskar
San Diego Padres' Will Venable got a ball to the back while stealing second base when Pittsburgh's second baseman Neil Walker missed a throw from catcher Ryan Doumit. Venable advanced to third on the error.
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England's Adam Smith appears to be kicking Argentina's Nicolas Tagliafico's shoe, not the ball, during a World Cup U20 match.
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A paddle boarder casually encounters a gray whale while paddling in California's Klamath River. The whale and her calf entered the river in late June during their northward journey from breeding ground in Baja California to Alaska. The rescue team spotted what they believed to be the calf swimming to sea on July 23, and scientists said the calf was mature enough to survive its journey to Alaska.
14 of 17David W. Cerny/Reuters
A rider soars above the horizon during FMX, a freestyle motocross event in Prague.
15 of 17Adam Ciereszko/EPA/Landov
"Look, Ma, no hands!" Japan's Eigo Sato shows off a no-handed move during the final of the fifth stage of the Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour.
16 of 17Sergei Ilnitsky/EPA/Landov
A dog jumps during a Russian dog-frisbee tournament in Moscow.
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Tiger Woods knocks one out of the rough during the 16th hole of the Bridgestone Invitational's first round.
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