Polish cyclist Bartosz Huzarski shared an insane photo of his legs after stage 18 of the Tour de France
The photo shocked, awed — and even found Huzarski on the defensive after some fans could hardly handle the veiny spectacle.
Here’s the photo he shared to Facebook after completing Thursday’s mountainous, 90-mile 18th stage.
Pretty gnarly, right? All that’s missing is a #nofilter…
It isn’t often you get a rock star-style reaction to walking into a bar and pulling a pint of beer. But that’s what happened at Comic-Con Thursday when Pedro Pascal — AKA the Red Viper, the late, lamented Oberyn Martell of Dorne — poured the first few ceremonial glasses of Game of Thrones ale.
“Yeah, this is my life now,” Pascal joked to Mashable after fighting his way through a cheering throng of fans who rushed the bar at the Wired lounge in the Omni hotel. “Every time I go outside, people…
It’s not just the superheroes who wear the masks.
Marvel cover artist Mr. Garcin, who is known for his stunning collages, wears a face mask when he is in public. The mysterious artist has crafted covers for The Amazing Spiderman, Daredevil and Iron Man.
As part of his appearance at London Comic-Con 2014, Garcin created a time-lapse video with camera manufacturer Autographer to show how he creates his work.
Good news, film fanatics — Apple just released a new version of iTunes Extras along with long-awaited support for the Apple TV.
iTunes Extras are digital versions of the extra features you get on a DVD or Blu-ray. These include featurettes, behind-the-scenes commentary and deleted scenes.
Apple has supported iTunes Extras since 2009 — but the new version offers all-new extras for HD movies. The bigger news, for Apple TV fans, is that the company’s $99 set-top box will now deliver the premium…
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The Argentine fans leaned their entire torsos out of the bus windows, beating on the metal sides, singing, yelling and taunting the inhabitants of Rio de Janeiro. But mostly taunting
This was June 21 2014, the day Argentina played Iran in the World Cup‘s Group F. As Argentina soccer fans rode down Avenida Nossa Senhora de Copacabana — one of Rio’s main drags — you didn’t need to be a soccer expert to see the palpable intensity of one of the sport’s fiercest rivalries
It was a match that soccer fans had salivated over for days: Brazil vs. Colombia in the World Cup quarterfinals. In one corner, the touted host team, looking to finally get on track after a sluggish start to the tournament. In the other, the red-hot, charismatic and immensely likable Cafeteros of Colombia, led by 22-year-old James Rodriguez, unquestionably this year’s breakout star.
What magic could Friday’s matchup bring? The possibilities seemed endless. But, instead of a heavyweight clash…
The most famous bicycle race in the world, the Tour de France, kicked off this weekend with its first two stages, which were held in the UK countryside.
For this year’s race, 198 competitors are participating in the Tour de France. The race will take them through a grueling three-week ride through four countries, ending in the Champs Elysees in Paris on July 27. On Saturday, Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, bestowed the first race leader, the winner of the first stage Marcel Kittel,…
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Welcome to Throwback Tunesday, where Mashable amplifies the echoes of music past. With genre trends and throwbacks, we synthesize music and nostalgia.
Life is full of unexpectedly great pairings: Bacon and peanut butter, cats and the Internet and so on and so forth. Electro beats meet classical music (yes, like Beethoven) when it comes to UK-based quartet Clean Bandit, and fans worldwide are loving it
In fact, Clean Bandit’s video for single “Rather Be” has been viewed more than 75 million…