Meet the young members of the Bangladesh Surf Club, an oxymoron in a country with plenty of beach, but a conservative Islamic culture that frowns on swimming. (Telegraph21)
Here's the story behind the 32 baseball fans who caught a foul ball in the stands during one Tigers vs. Blue Jays game. (Detroit Free Press)
A series of 60-second videos celebrate city sights and sounds, from a night of bikeracing to a day at the beach to practicing Parkour. (Rochester Democrat and Chronicle)
The sport of Course Landaise, France's answer to bullfighting, combines leaping, spinning and smarter bovines. (Time)
In Johannesburg, being a member of an openly lesbian soccer team can mean risking your life. (NYT)
A freak accident left paddleboarder Jeff Denholm with a prosthetic arm, but that didn't stop him from competing in a 32-mile race for the sport's unofficial world championship.
Customized bicycles in Oakland, California, called 'scraper bikes,' are the teenager's version of a lowrider car. (California is a Place)
Two Texas towns are so small that their high schools play six-man football. But their historic rivalry is one of the biggest in the state. (Austin American-Statesman)