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Humans: pretty bloody good at sport. [Songs below] The dog is real: www.youtube.com Song 1: She – Coloris Song 2: Enya – Orinoco Flow Distrikt Beats remix

Watch me on this episode of Fox Sports West’s “Sport Science”! Sport Science did a study to find out if a football hit has as much force as a cheerleader falling from a stunt. The study also used a crash dummy falling from 18 ft. in the air to measure the pressure of a cheerleader falling from the highest performed stunt, a basket toss. The study involved NFL player Hassim Osgood (tackling a crash dummy) vs. me and teammates from the University of California Irvine’s Cheer team. I’m the one being thrown in the air:)

31 July 2012 Meet Gabriel — an 11-year-old boy, born without feet — has fulfilled a lifelong dream by training at the Barcelona academy in Rio de Janeiro. The youngster, with hugely impressive football skills despite his malformation, was featured on Brazilian TV earlier this year and Gabriel said it was his dream to train with Barcelona. Joaquim Estrada, one of the administrators at the Barcelona academy said: “We’ve never had a case like this, but its no problem as we have room for everyone here.” And to the delight of all involved Gabriel passed all the tests for the youngsters at the Barcelona training and excelled alongside his peers. With talk in football circles in Brazil of “the boy with no feet who played very well.”