In this week’s best viral videos, watch Google’s 17-year evolution, a round of plastic golf, Usain Bolt’s Segway collision, an epic battle between a truck and a tree and a perfect example of why it’s never over until it’s over…
1. Watch the evolution of Google
Google is coming up to its 17th birthday, so the company created this viral video to show how they’ve evolved over that time. And what a 17 years it’s been – from coining a new verb to digitising books and mapping the entire world, check out what Google have been up to…
2. Watch Usain Bolt get wiped out by a Segway
It’s been on every news channel and social media feed going this week, so frankly, if you haven’t seen this video yet, you must have been living under a rock.
If you wondering, Bolt was not hurt in the accident, and the cameraman has since apologised, blaming his lack of Segway experience for the mishap. He might be best off sticking to solid ground next time…
3. Watch an epic battle between a truck and a tree
If you’ve ever wondered whether a dodge truck could pull over a truck, well, you’re in luck. Here’s the answer….
4. Watch a premature celebration gone wrong
There’s falling at the last hurdle. And then there’s getting to the end of the race, getting overexcited at the prospect of winning and celebrating too early, while your teammate swoops around you and pips you to the post – perfectly demonstrated here by Molly Huddle in the Women’s 10,000m Final in Bejing. Well, she won’t be making that mistake again.
5. Watch a plastic golf club battle
There has to be at least one sunny Sunday left to get a round of golf in this year, right? Why not make it golf with a difference like these guys and pinch some kids’ plastic golf clubs to make things more interesting…
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