This Tiktoker Documents The Most "Feel-Good" Moments in Sport and Pass The Tissues - Men's Health Magazine Australia

This Tiktoker Documents The Most “Feel-Good” Moments in Sport and Pass The Tissues

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Neymar celebrates winning the 2014 World Cup Round of 16 game between Brazil and Chile at Mineirao Stadium. Image: shutterstock.

The impact great sporting moments can have on fans is unmatched, but when those moments reach the hearts of people not even interested in the sporting arena, they need a moment of respect. This year especially, as turbulent as it has been, enjoying sporting competitions – like the Olympics – not only brings cities together, but nations. And that sentiment is something that this Tiktoker has picked up on, creating an account that has so far amassed over 2 million likes for it’s #throwback content.

Vincent, the account’s creator began posting about moments in sporting history in late 2020, gaining a few thousand views for old-school videos of iconic basketball games and tennis matches. From there, noticing more interesting in his content, the videos became more curated, as he began separating them into categories such as “feel good”, “biggest plays” and “WTF”.

Now gaining over 150k views per video, we’ve picked out some of the more touching moments from his “feel good” portfolio. Just make sure you get the tissues.

1. The time Neymar did a dance for a cancer patient

2. When the Hershey Bears fans tossed teddy bears on the ice for charity

3. Jason Mclewain, a player with autism who was the team’s water boy, scoring big

4. When AJ David started his first game after losing his legs

5. When Mallory Holton helped Liz Wallace finish her home run after she tore a ligament

6. When Derek Redmonds father helped him to the finish line after an injury

By Nikolina Ilic

Nikolina is the former Digital Editor at Men's Health Australia, responsible for all things social media and .com. A lover of boxing, she has written for Women's Health, esquire, GQ and Vogue magazine.

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