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One of Dave’s favorite ways to cap a day in London is by visiting one of the city’s friendly neighborhood pubs for a pint. Kicking back a few is a bit of a sport for him.
There’s nothing like a little stroll through London’s beautiful Hampstead Heath.
Out of all the sports he’s played, Dave Hill says triathlon is the ‘most manly and the most grueling of them all.’
Dave’s longtime dream of learning tennis from a real professional finally comes true.
When it comes to basketball, Dave’s got game. A whole bunch of it.
Pushing one’s ‘incredible strength and agility’ to the max is everything Dave Hill is about. Just check him out on the parallel bars.
Nevermind the balance beam or vault. Dave gets his kicks with floor gymnastics.
With some horse riding lessons under his belt, ‘world class athlete’ Dave Hill amps up his game for a little show jumping.
At London’s Royal Richmond Park, Dave gets some horse-riding lessons.
Dave steps inside the ring to show of his fancy footwork.
Now it’s time for some boxing prep with Irish middleweight boxer Simon O’Connell.
Dave says there’s more to the game than just ‘taking control of some dumb ball.’ Things like ‘strength, speed, and agility’ are totally key.
According to Dave, a trampoline is a veritable rocket launcher for a human being. Watch him kick gravity in the face.
Dave showcases his unique style of dance as he gives gymnastics ribbon a shot.
Dave takes to the River Thames to master the art of rowing with British rower and 2008 silver medalist Al Heathcote.
From running really fast to cycling to swimming and being awesome at news sports he’s never even heard of, Dave Hill looks to help some of the world’s greatest athletes gear up for this summer’s London Games.
He’s a dancer, a poet … and one of America’s funniest comedians and writer. Get to know Dave Hill, who will surely steal your heart in his many Olympic spoofs.
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