VICE Sports Meets

Vice Sports Meets Benjamin Köhler

Im Januar 2015 bekam Union Berlins Benjamin Köhler eine schreckliche Diagnose: Krebs. Wir haben mit ihm über die schwierigste Zeit in seinem Leben gesprochen.
The Cusp

Auf dem Sprung: Isaiah Hartenstein

Isaiah Hartenstein gilt als größtes deutsches Basketballtalent seit Nowitzki. Für den Traum NBA ging Isaiah erstmal nach Litauen. Wir haben ihn dabei begleitet.
Off Day

Your New Favorite Golfer is Andres Gonzales

He plays in the rain, hits the bar, and tweets random thoughts at Tiger Woods.
Off Day / web

Jozy Altidore's Long Road to Europe and Back

We took Jozy to a local soccer bar and talked through his long and winding road as a professional and his hopes for Haiti in Copa America.
Off Day / web

Beer, Bets, and Golf Cart Races: Kevin Kisner Preps for the Masters

VICE Sports hangs out with Kevin Kisner as he approaches his first Masters and prepares with a day on the course winning bets against his childhood friends in Aiken, SC.
Off Day / web

Kevin Kisner Preps for the Masters by Beating His Friends (Trailer)

As he approaches his first Masters, Kevin prepares with a day on the course winning bets against his childhood friends in Aiken, SC.
Off Day / web

Meet the Real Happy Gilmore

Jamie Sadlowski is one of the most prolific long drivers in the world, able to hit a ball nearly 450 yards.
VICE Sports Meets

Stevie Williams: From Homeless Kid to Skate Mogul

Stevie Williams isn't just one of the greatest skateboarders of all time, he's the successful entrepreneur behind Dirty Ghetto Kids and a host of other ventures.
Vice Sports Shorts

Behind the Scenes with Nyjah Huston, Chris Cole, and more at Tampa Pro

In 2015, the Tampa Pro contest became an official stop on the Street League Skateboarding Pro tour.
Daily VICE

Ancient Petroglyphs

We also investigate the appearance of CTE in young athletes, talk to the California activists beating the NRA at its own game, and get bloody with GWAR again.

Die 20.000-Kalorien-Ernährung für starke Männer

Täglich konsumiert der professionelle Kraftsportler Robert Oberst bis zu 20.000 Kalorien. Wir begleiten ihn vom Fitnessstudio bis in die Küche.