Top 10 perfectly timed sports photos
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From a gymnast's unitard splitting to a superbowl star caught in a dirty minded photo we countdown the top 10 perfectly timed sports photos. In this image a Spanish swimmer has an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction when swimming. Unfortunately her whole came out of Factsverse her swim suit, just as a questionable sports photographer snapped a picture of her. Luckily, she was able to cover herself back up rather quickly, but not before this photo was taken. She defiantly does not look pleased with her little accident. When this professional female tennis player had to do the split to hit the ball, she probably didn’t realise this photo was being taken. Her incredibly muscular leg she has acquired from playing tennis backfired, as it looks incredibly phallic at that angle. Next time she may rethink her choice of shorts when playing tennis. This image looks as if a person has just tried ice skating. However, the angle and perfect timing of the image was taken just at the right moment to make it seem as if her head is missing, when it is actually tucked behind her back. In September of 2014 the Columbian women’s cycling team changed their uniform to a revealing looking piece of kit. However, the uniforms were not actually see-through, but just in the colouring of the cyclist’s skin. The women said they were not ashamed of their uniforms Factsverse and would continue to wear them, despite the president of the International Cycling Union calling them “indecent”. This photo captured at the perfect time was taken at a rugby match. The ball is milliseconds away from striking the man in the face, as we can see from the man’s expression. The ball broke the man’s nose after impacting him seconds after the image was taken. A few years ago, this photo went viral on social media. The image was captured as a cheerleader being thrown into the air defecates on her fellow cheerleaders below. This image became famous for it being shocking and gross, but also because of the comically shocked expressions of the cheerleaders on the ground. This stunning image was captured just as a man kicks his opponents left side in an MMA match. The painful wave looks almost like a Factsverse still from a slow-motion movie, but it was actually just a photograph taken at the perfect moment. This comical wrestling photo is incredibly confusing to the eye at first. The cluster of arms legs and heads leads the eye to believe that the body of the man in red is attached to the head of the man in blue. When in reality, it’s just a photo caught at the exact right moment. This wacky photo was taken at a basketball game in the USA. The man on the opposing team of the man about to dunk appears to be using a very unorthodox method of stopping him from dunking. Rather than blocking, it appears that the opposing man decided to pick his opponent’s nose. Funny photos. This image must be every gymnast’s worst nightmare. Either the female gymnast’s leg stretch went to far, or she was wearing a size to small, either way it caused the uniform to rip, revealing her private part.
Swimmer Nip Slip
Phallic Leg Muscle
Headless Ice Skater
Columbian Cycling Team
Seconds Before Pain
WWE Wrestler’s Head on Wrong Body
Basketball Nose Pick
Gymnast’s Split Uniform Rips
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The bottom of the foot at 0:54 kind of looks like it has a face. About half way down it looks like it has the type of eyes that are seen in anime (^ ^), and the black line at the heel that meets closely to the Achilles' tendon looks a little bit like a smile. Also, the other black lines above the "smile" look like they are nostrils.
Mariella Spiteri :The picture was photoshopped and faked. I just googled "cheerleader pooped" and got the real!. Check for yourself!
Even the "gymnast's split is a lie .Her uniform did nit rip at the crotch!
Shawn Johnson’s wardrobe malfunction happened whenever she did her gymnastic exercises. This time the leg openings of her uniform rode up high showing her bikini line.
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