Naked Ping Pong Session at Bounce in London

This weekend, Bounce, the home of ping-pong hosted the world’s first naked ping-pong tournament in their stunning private room.

The private room – known as the Jaques room – hosts groups of 35 – 100 people. Not only do they get three ping pong tables to battle it out across, they also have their very own bar, a state of the art integrated Karaoke system, UV lighting (should you want to have a go at glow in the dark pong), a ipod docking station connected to the private room’s huge surround system so you can be your own DG and of course, a wireless presentation kit with an LCD screen.

Photos: Jack Taylor / Barcroft Media

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Soccer Match in Rio de Janeiro’s Slum

People take part in a soccer match held at the Tavares Bastos slum in Rio de Janeiro, May 18, 2014. The World Cup will be held in 12 cities in Brazil from June 12 till July 13. (Photo: Reuters)

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Pregnant Fitness Fanatic

“Mum-to-be Meghan Leatherman, 33, was pumping iron the day she went into labour. As well as going to the gym four times a week, Meghan, from Arizona, continued to walk her dog for three miles a day and go on a four-mile hike through the mountains every week. But far from doing herself or her first baby damage, Meghan, a marketing and communications consultant, insists they’re both healthier for it and her pregnancy was actually easier.

Now she is settling in to life as a mum after giving birth to 6 lb, 11 oz daughter, Florence Germaine, on May 3. But she expects to be back at the gym again in just three weeks”. – Barcroft Media. Photos: Meghan Umphres Leatherman, 9 months pregnant and dilated to 1cm seen lifting a heavy weight at her home town gym in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photos by Dave Cruz/Barcroft Media)

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Skiing in Skivvies

A skier crashes during the Bikini & Board Shorts Downhill at Crystal Mountain, a ski resort near Enumclaw, Washington April 19, 2014. Skiers and snowboarders competed for a chance to win one of four season’s passes. (Photo by David Ryder/Reuters)

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Game Golf | Performance Monitoring System

GAME GOLF is a small wearable system designed to seamlessly capture and display your golf game in a comprehensive, dynamic interface with stats, trends and information you can actually use. GAME GOLF captures real game data from the rounds you play, not your shots on the range. You will learn what you’re really doing on the course and quickly see where you can improve. All of your round data is displayed shot-by-shot, hole-by-hole over satellite imagery of the course.

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The Kitewing is a wing-shaped kite. Due to its shape, it’s often simply called “the wing.” You can use Kitewing with your skis, snowboard, mountainboard, skates or in-line skates. Users often report that it’s like an exciting combination of kite surfing and wind surfing.

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Best Fancy Dress Runners of the London Marathon

A fancy dress runner during the Flora London Marathon in London, England on April 13, 2003. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

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ABSA Cape Epic Mountain Bike Race in South Africa

Riders compete in the final stage of the annual ABSA Cape Epic mountain bike stage race, Cape Town, South Africa, 30 March 2014. The multi day stage race is know as the “Tour de France” of mountain biking and sees 1,200 riders riding 720km in seven days. The race includes the worlds leading professional racers along with amateur cyclists. (Photo by Kim Ludbrook/EPA)

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Floating Skate Ramp

Professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist had his own designers join “Visit California” for four days to build this ramp “floating” above Lake Tahoe.

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Blind runners in Tokyo

Every weekend, at the Yoyogi Park in the middle of Tokyo, you can see blind people jogging around the park’s track. Amazing, emotional and inspiring, it’s a true testament on overcoming adversities.

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Afghan Female Boxers Fighting their Way to the 2016 Olympics

Afghan women boxers practice at the Kabul stadium boxing club. A few yellow lamps light up the cavernous, sparsely furnished room where Afghanistan’s young female boxers train, hoping to become good enough to compete in the 2016 Olympics. (Photo by Massoud Hossaini/AP Photo)

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Adidas Samba Primeknit – World’s First Knitted Football Boot

World’s First Knitted Football Boot in the current week. Luis Suarez is going to wear the primeknit boot in the Liverpool vs. Manchester United match at Old Trafford. It features the heel-to-toe, zone-catering, bespoke second-skin fit upper to retain stability and strength.

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Altra Olympus | Trail Running Shoes

Step into the only trail shoe with a foot-shaped toe box and max-cushioned Zero Drop platform. Named after one of the most prominent peaks in the Wasatch Mountains, the Olympus is designed to help you conquer any terrain. The flexible, max-cushioned Zero Drop platform and foot-shaped toe box combine to place your foot in a natural position for an efficient, stable trail or road running experience…

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Muhammad Ali’s 1964 Bout Winning Gloves Hit Auction

Most of you won’t remember Cassius Clay’s massive upset of Sonny Liston back in 1964, but it doesn’t make these boxing gloves worn by the greatest boxer of all time during that fight any less valuable. Sports memorabilia fanatics can now get their hands on these iconic pieces of leather.

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A Bunch Of Lunatics Are Surfing On Lake Superior In The Dead Of Winter

Minnesota is probably the last place you would think of surfing, but a group of diehard surfers is making it happen on Lake Superior in the freezing winter, when the waves are biggest. Photographer and Minnesota-native John Haynes captured the chilly scene last year and shared some photos here.

Most surfers go out to Lake Superior to surf, two and half hours from Minneapolis. (Photo: John Haynes / Business Insider)

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