Certainly the Super Bowl grabbed the most headlines in the sporting world on Sunday. And while Left Shark attempted to steal the spotlight, another competition did it's best to provide the biggest cringe inducing images.
Sunday in Perton, England, thousands of daring individuals gathered to take on the annual Tough Guy course with obstacles like freezing mud, barbed wire and fire — all to raise money for charity.
Teachers Learn Defense
Speaking of tough, these women are learning their way around some serious weapons. In Pakistan's Peshawar Province teachers are now allowed to carry licensed weapons into the classroom. The local government made the decision after nearly 150 people were killed in a school by the Taliban in December.
Everyday Life in Kabul
In neighboring Afghanistan, photographer Lorenzo Tugnoli is hoping to show what life in Kabul is really like. Tugnoli and writer Francesca Recchia are working on a book aimed at depicting Kabul, not in terms of cliché violence, but how the community of artists there struggle to preserve a sense of normality.
Planning a Trip to Europa
And, the Administrator of NASA has decided it's time we know what everyday life is like on the moon, Europa. Charles Bolden described plans to explore Jupiter's moon in his State of the Agency address.