The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has taken over the world—and the sports world right along with it.
High-profile athletes from every sport have accepted the challenge and posted videos of their own dousing.
The general idea is to either soak yourself in ice water or make a donation to the ALS Association (many have done both). The other wrinkle is to nominate others to take the same challenge within 24 hours.
This phenomenon has helped raise awareness for an incurable and devastating disease, and it has spurred millions in donations in the fight for a cure.
Some sports ALS Ice Bucket Challenges have been totally boss—like the Los Angeles Kings goaltending coach using the Stanley Cup as an ice bucket or Paul George doing it (at all) with his cast wrapped in plastic.
Others have been the opposite. Others have been weak sauce, super lame or shake-your-head disappointing. Others have taken the easy way, found loopholes or just altogether failed.
Some people crushed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. These are not those people.