Bright and fun sport
• Bright and fun sport
Reuters has invited you to watch sports events under very unusual angle. Number of photos is small, but that is not important. The main thing that all the images are relevant and cause a kind smile.
Said Beraimo of "West Brom" is not the owner of the four-hand and do not want to become a Hindu god, it Fernandinho from the "Manchester City" deals with the background imitation. The match of the English Premier League football.
Japanese actor Takashi Kokubu finish during the hundred-meter race on all fours. The winner was Kenichi Ito, pobivshy his own record. The Guinness Book of Records listed are now 16 times, 83 seconds. Kenichi studied monkeys running technique and trained hard.
Xenia Monk and Cyril Halyavin whirled-whirled performing at figure skating tournament "ISU Bompard Trophy" in Paris.
The Belarusian Leonid Chernobaev (left) competes in chessboxing with Indian Tripathi Shaleyshem light heavyweight title at the World Championships in Moscow.
This photo requires a detailed description. "Townspeople" Jesús Navas (left) celebrates a goal scored in the gate keeper "spurs" Hugo Lloris (right). Match "Manchester City - Tottenham" in the English Premier League.
The Spanish skater Javier Fernandez is on the ice during a performance at the tournament "ISU Bompard Trophy" in Paris. A shadow, it seems, continues to dance
aerobatics from the Russian figure skater Maxim Kovtun, speaking at the Rostelecom Cup in Moscow.
The Japanese volleyball Arisa Sato is ready to disperse the bench of the national team, just to save the feed during the match against Brazil at the World Cup champions.
Oranzhevousy Sebastian Vettel celebrates with the team "Red Bull" unconditional victory at Austin, USA and in the Formula 1 championship.
A French couple Vanessa James and Morgan Cyprien: "A pen here they are." All the same tournament in Paris.
Novak Djokovic (right) and Rafael Nadal (left), play tennis on a ship off the coast of Patagonia and on the background of the glacier Perito Moreno, in the framework of the farewell Event Argentine tennis player David Nalbandian.
Smile more often, and life will be even better!