Here's a Look Back at 2019 in 6 Minutes

From the Bottle Cap Challenge to the “Old Town Road” craze.

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With 2020 only being a few days in, the creatives over at VOX have shared a digestible six minute video looking back on the past 12 months of 2019.

From some of the year’s most viral hits, such as the Bottle Cap Challenge, Tesla’s Cybertruck mishap and Baby Yoda, to the more tragic events, the video posted above focuses on the biggest headlines that drove 2019. Key moments include Avengers: Endgame becoming the highest grossing film of all-time, Eliud Kipchoge making history by running a sub two-hour marathon, the USA Women’s National Team winning their second straight FIFA World Cup, and Greta Thunberg and her push for climate change. A short in memoriam section paying tribute to Nipsey Hussle, Karl Lagerfeld and more that we’ve lost has also been added.

For more on 2019, take a look at our Best of 2019.

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