It's too bad North Korea keeps all of its "doings" within its own borders, but remarkably Kim Jong Il's impressive sports career could not stay within the gates.
Apparently, Kim Jong Il was, without question, the greatest athlete in world history—in literally every sport he attempted. During his first (and only) time on the links, he fired a record 38-under-par round of 34—including 11 holes-in-one—as reported by Pyongyang Golf Club. Fitting, seeing as how his favorite movie of all time was Caddyshack.
Too bad he never gave Tiger a run for his money.
Feeling that this beginner's luck round was not the final limit of his athletic ability, Kim tested his skill in the alley. His first time bowling, by the grace of his great nation, Kim bowled a perfect score of 300.
Congratulations to North Korea for its pure breeding of athletes. Must have been recent seeing as how in 2010 it qualified for its first World Cup since 1966. Placed in an alleged "Group of Death" with football powerhouses Brazil, Portugal and Cote d'Ivoire. North Korea was outscored a total of 12-1 and lost all three games, which, unfortunately, led to its early exit.
However, Big Pimpin' Kim Jong-Il somehow couldn't help but feel his boys played their hearts out and announced to the nation that North Korea were the 2010 FIFA World Cup champions. En route, thanks to some video trickery, the North Koreans toppled mighty Brazil!