Sunday's SuperBowl was the first cold weather event in the history of the NFL's seasonal showpiece game, with the MetLife Stadium covered in snow prior to the meeting between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.
There were those, however, able to watch the encounter away from the cold temperatures of New Jersey, and in the relative luxury of the USA's more southern cities. Miami was clearly a pretty sweet place to watch the SuperBowl, as Heat star Ray Allen showed.
Allen posted a picture on Instagram of his set-up for his SuperBowl party, with an enormous floating TV screen showing the game as guests looked out onto the sun-drenched ocean.
The SuperBowl, meanwhile, ended with a convincing win for the Seahawks, who were able to lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the first time.
It was a relative damp squib given the billing of the two strongest teams in the NFL meeting up in the final game of the season, with Peyton Manning's Broncos offensive scoring eight points to the Seahawks' 45 despite the QBs record breaking campaign.