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15 Greatest ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Videos Done By Athletes

15 Greatest ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Videos Done By Athletes

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If you have social media, then you have probably seen dozens of videos of people accepting the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The Ice Bucket Challenge was created to generate awareness and funds for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Thousands of people have accepted the challenge, including athletes. Some of these athletes decided to complete the challenge in a colorful manner. Here's 15 of the greatest Ice Bucket Challenge videos done by athletes.

15. Matt Ryan

15. Matt Ryan

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Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matthew Ryan joined in on striking out ALS. It didn’t look like the ice cold water phased him much.

14. Tyler Seguin

14. Tyler Seguin

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Tyler Seguin, the center for the Dallas Stars, chose to man up after being called out by Rich Peverly. Seguin is one of several Stars to complete the challenge.

13. Stacy Lewis

13. Stacy Lewis

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The professional golfer Stacy Lewis accepted Michelle Wie’s challenge. I don’t think she was expecting that water to be as cold as it was.

12. Ian Poulter

12. Ian Poulter

Ian Poulter
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English professional golfer Ian Poulter accepted the challenge by taking freezing cold water to the face. Poulter then challenged golf superstar Tiger Woods. We'll be crossing our fingers in hopes of seeing Woods accept the test.

11. Michelle Wie

11. Michelle Wie

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After being challenged by her close friend Matt Broome, the four-time LBGA champion accepted her fate. Did anyone else think she was about to use that dinky cup at first?

10. Sidney Crosby

10. Sidney Crosby

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Pittsburgh Penguins captain Sidney Crosby accepted the challenge after being nominated by fellow teammate Craig Adams. Crosby was the second Penguin to endure the challenge.

9. Julian Edelman

9. Julian Edelman

Julian Edelman
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New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman is one of the many NFL players to accept the challenge. Instead of putting one bag of ice in his bucket, Edelman upped the ante with three.

8. Brad Marchand

8. Brad Marchand

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Boston’s own Brad Marchand of the Boston Bruins joined in on the challenge. Whoever Marchand was with clearly didn’t want him to have all the fun.

7. Kevin Connauton

7. Kevin Connauton

Kevin Connauton
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Dallas Stars defenseman Kevin Connauton accepted the challenge while simultaneously giving his dog a bath. Two birds, one stone.

6. Keith Yandle

6. Keith Yandle

Keith Yandle
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Keith Yandle of the Arizona Coyotes felt as if one bucket wasn’t good enough, so he used three. Yandle was accompanied by his daughter, who looked anything but willing to join in.

5. Torey Krug

5. Torey Krug

Torey Krug
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After being nominated by fellow teammate Brad Marchand, Torey Krug accepted the challenge. What better way to complete the Ice Bucket Challenge than on ice?

4. Jordan Staal

4. Jordan Staal

Jordan Staal
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Jordan Staal chose to accept the challenge with his wife Heather in a slightly terrifying Mr. Potato Man costume. The Carolina Hurricanes center accepted the challenge from Pittsburgh Penguins goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury, who was wearing a banana suit in his video.

3. Torrey Smith

3. Torrey Smith

Torrey Smith
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Torrey Smith, wide receiver for the Baltimore Ravens, conducted the challenge during Ravens training camp. Smith completed the challenge like a champ.

2. Indianapolis Colts

2. Indianapolis Colts

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Matt Hasselback, Andrew luck and Chandler Harnish of the Indianapolis Colts joined forces to help put a stop to ALS. Hasselbeck and Luck couldn't complete the challenge dry, as they were drenched in water bottles by a fellow teammate while prepping their buckets.

1. New England Revolution

1. New England Revolution

New England Revolution
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Chris Tierny, Charlie Davies and the Revolution’s mascot Slyde, accepted the challenge after being nominated by several different people. It’s always fun to see a team’s mascot get involved in team shenanigans, especially when it's for a good cause.

Amanda Sklarek is a Pittsburgh Penguins/NHL writer for RantSports.com. Follow her on Twitter @amandabukowski“Like” her on Facebook or add her to your network on Google.