11 years ago, Global News sports anchor Rob Leth decided to do some coverage of a toboggan race. Little did he know that he'd be engaging in some strenuous physical activity himself.
As he was standing in the snow, two toboggans came towards him and he was caught unawares when one of the racers hit him. But the shock allowed him to execute a near perfect flip.
People were glad that this clip resurfaces on its anniversary.
Here we go again...... https://t.co/P4Ej4rjI9N— Rob Leth (@Rob Leth) 1549049579.0
It was hilarious 11 years ago, and still is. https://t.co/c8R3Tp7fUk— Karen Bartko (@Karen Bartko) 1549243149.0
@globalnews @RobLeth <3 https://t.co/0EbOuTRNoE— Andrew Johnston (@Andrew Johnston) 1549139607.0
Many were entertained all over again.
@RobLeth This is one of the most impressive television feats ever— Caroline Cameron (@Caroline Cameron) 1549075933.0
@globalnews @GlobalNational @RobLeth https://t.co/G2A9HmxDln— AWomanInBC🇨🇦 (@AWomanInBC🇨🇦) 1549048176.0
@globalnews @RobLeth Best part is the deep concern that @MaxT_global shows...for the microphone that got all snowy.— Sean Mallen (@Sean Mallen) 1549126930.0
@globalnews @RobLeth What I really liked is that the reporter, Rob, had the presence of mind to finish the stand up… https://t.co/b8AkHJ97PF— Duncan Matheson (@Duncan Matheson) 1549048237.0
Leth himself seemed a little nonplussed, but fans couldn't get enough.
@RobLeth This will never get old. Ever.— Patrick Luciani (@Patrick Luciani) 1549135447.0
@RobLeth https://t.co/8V6FeOu1Et— Sarah Robertson (@Sarah Robertson) 1549132413.0
@RobLeth Classic!— 💀CRIMSONGHOST💀 (@💀CRIMSONGHOST💀) 1549125925.0
Rob Leth casually upped the game for sports broadcasters everywhere.