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Caption Competition 358

This week's cap comp features American college students being put through their paces by their football coach.

It seems a crucial part of training is measuring how high each player can jump in an upwards direction.

The merits of vertical leaping remains untested but it certainly makes for a bizarre picture; and we asked you to provide the words to sum up the scene.

This week's comedy king is Darren Wright of the UK, who sent us this golden nugget:

Michael Flatley's Riverdance dancers had piled on the pounds since the last show.

Well done Dazza! The goody bag will soon be winging its way to you.


SAY WHAT YOU SEE

CATEGORY WINNER: The decapitated man left a three-foot deep hole when he landed, narrowly missing a skipping student.
Tamsyn Quormby, England

RUNNER-UP: International Man-Breast of the Year Award contestants practice the 'jump and jiggle' section of the competition.
Jonathan James, England

PUN FUN

CATEGORY WINNER: And I was thinking of skipping training.
Gerry Sullivan, United Kingdom

RUNNER-UP: "Dude this sucks; when you said Spring break, I thought we would be getting, like, totally wasted".
Daniel Nicholls, UK

MISCELLANEOUS

CATEGORY WINNER: Visitors to www.toplesscampusbouncers.com are left disappointed with the content.
Gavin Brooks, England

RUNNER-UP: Ms Daisy's under-eights skipping club have come on leaps and bounds since the introduction of Jamie's school lunch project.
Sean O Suilleabhain, Wicklow, Ireland

SUR-REALLY GREAT

CATEGORY WINNER: As the invisible man looked down the queue, he was not looking forward to giving everybody a piggy back ride.
Phil Clark, UK

RUNNER-UP: He suddenly had a crippling bout of lock-body, where he would become fragile as glass, mid-air and came to earth with a shuddering crash. After ths picture was taken four men needed medical attention for shrapnel wounds.
Simon Blundell, England

TOTALLY TOPICAL TASTE

CATEGORY WINNER: ".....And if you don't get the caption competition results out by Friday evening, I'll make you do another hundred."
Allan H, Wales

RUNNER-UP: Is it me, or are these Wimbledon ball boys looking older.
Mike Robins , UK

HONORARY MENTION: Estonia contest who will mark Peter Crouch
Anton Russell, UK

MISTAKEN IDENTITY

CATEGORY WINNER: Michael Flatley's Riverdance dancers had piled on the pounds since the last show.
Darren Wright, UK

RUNNER-UP: The college students are as suprised as us to see Matthew Pinsent appear from a mysterious black hole in the floor
Michael Davies, Wales

SHADOW-HO-HO

CATEGORY WINNER: The significance of this ominous 'headless shadow' picture was discovered only after the tragic low-flying Harrier Jump Jet incident.
Daniel, UK

RUNNER-UP: The animal shadow competition reached new heights as the crocodile was pitted against the unusual six-foot tall baboon.
Tim Coleman, UK

HONORARY MENTION: A small crowd gathers as Jake does his hilarious chicken shadow.
Daniel Nicholls, Uk

REGULARS' CAP COMP BANTER

CATEGORY WINNER: G4 undergo intense training under the watchfull eye of Denise Lewis and Lawrence Dallaglio
Drew Thomas, uk

RUNNER-UP: An eagle-eyed youngster spots the superglue prankster and avoids his trap.
Dan I, Harrow, England



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