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Members of the team discuss how good they can be.
Wedged between buses, lorries and cars, cycling in London isn't for the faint hearted. Nevertheless the number of people choosing to bike in the British capital has doubled over the past 15 years. Duration: 02:27
Eddie Johnson breaks down the NBA players who leave you speechless.
USA TODAY Sports' Dan Wolken wraps up the SEC action from week one. This week's top performance goes to Georgia's Todd Gurley who rushed for 198 yards on just 15 carries, good for three touchdowns.
USA TODAY Sports recaps Week 1 of college football.
François D'Haene has been crowned winner of the 2014 Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc, one of the toughest running events in the world. D'Haene, who also won the event in 2012, finished the 168 km long course in just over 20 hours. Duration: 00:53
Move over bungee jumping -- and make way for rope jumping. The extreme sport has hit new heights on the Greek island of Zakynthos where, using a unique network of ropes, thrill seekers can freefall for 200 metres. Duration: 01:50
The body of slain Cameroonian footballer Albert Ebosse arrived in Douala, Cameroon, where a ceremony took place in his memory. Duration: 01:39
Wingsuiters have become an increasingly common sight in the Alps. But with 21 deaths reported worldwide last year, there's concern that the spread of videos online could be encouraging amateurs to take increasingly dangerous risks. Duration: 02:16