(CNN)A MotoGP rider avoiding serious injury after jumping off his bike. Major US athletes and sports organizations taking a stand followiing the recent police shooting of Jacob Blake. Lionel Messi saying he wants to leave Barcelona. A four-year-old hitting a hole-in-one. Here are the must-see videos of the week from the world of sport.
Maverick Viñales dodges disaster after bailing out at 228 kph 00:56A week after miraculously avoiding a flying motorcycle that almost hit him at high speed, Yamaha MotoGP rider Maverick Viñales was counting his lucky stars for a second time after a terrifying incident during Sunday’s Styrian MotoGP in Austria.Messi on the move?JUST WATCHEDLionel Messi and Barcelona: The highs and lowsReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH
Lionel Messi and Barcelona: The highs and lows 00:59He’s one of the world’s greatest ever players, who appeared destined to be a one-club man. But now Lionel Messi’s relationship with Barcelona looks to be irreparably fractured. Read More’Bubble life’JUST WATCHED’I feel safe’ at US Open, says Alexander ZverevReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH
‘I feel safe’ at US Open, says Alexander Zverev 04:07Germany’s Alexander Zverev is among those tennis stars living inside tbe US Open “bubble” right now — he’s seeing it as a “once in a lifetime experience.” Taking a standJUST WATCHEDProfessional athletes take stand for Kenosha protestsReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH
Professional athletes take stand for Kenosha protests 04:26Across the sports world in the US, athletes held an unprecedented wildcat strike, refusing to play their regularly scheduled games. The decision started with the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks and stemmed from the police shooting of Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Sunday.SolidarityJUST WATCHEDKenny Smith walks off set in solidarity with NBA players ReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH
Kenny Smith walks off set in solidarity with NBA players 03:21″Inside the NBA” analyst Kenny Smith walked off his show in solidarity with NBA players boycotting the police shooting of Blake.And finally …JUST WATCHEDSee four-year-old hit a hole-in-oneReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCH
See four-year-old hit a hole-in-one 01:03The odds of the average golfer making a hole-in-one are 12,000 to 1, according to the National Hole-in-One Registry. One four-year-old has just defied the odds.