The worst part of snowboarding? Getting stuck on the flats, having to uncouple your boot, pedal along like a schmuck — all the while hoping you don't get run down from behind. Bugger that. The Kahuna Snow Stick turns your snowboard into reliable cross-country transportation.
British athlete James Ellington is about to appear on eBay. This isn't the usual case of a disgruntled fan selling him as a joke -- it's James' attempt to raise sponsorship money to help fund his appearance at the London 2012 Olympics.
Recon Instruments' amazing little GPS-enabled MOD display for ski goggles is some of the coolest personal tracking technology out there. The newest—the Android-based MOD Live—slickly integrates the phone in your pocket with the data in your face.
We loved our GoPro HD Hero. It was simply the sweetest wearable action camera we'd seen... until now. The brand spankin' new Hero 2 isn't dramatically different; they just made everything a lot better. I may never take it off.
F1 isn't known as the most accessible sport in the world, but thanks to the wonders of AR, you too can have a F1 car in your garage. You can even sit in the virtual car and pretend you've just beaten Vettel. [Via Ubergizmo]
Man United may have its own fancy TV channel, but Man City's embraced the internet generation with a YouTube channel. Watch people do the players' washing, a cat roam the car parks, and Hargreaves fight against injury. Just what you've always wanted? [MCFC Official]
Striding purposefully onto the App Store this past week is Slam Dunk King, a nifty little sports simulator with dreams of making it big. And thanks to the frankly ingenious deployment of a freemium model, it might just do exactly that. Just keep a careful eye on your wallet, because there's a strong chance you're going to get hustled.
JJ Jegede hasn't set a world record with his feat, given the combined width of the Minis is less than the Olympic long jump qualifying standard -- but he's got in the papers. That's a modern-world gold medal achievement.
Painted lines? Where we're going we don't need any painted lines. We'll have reconfigurable LED lines, because this is the future we're talking about, and those little lights are almost cheap enough to use everywhere, including beneath our sneakered feet.