Awesome footage from the 2012 World Parachuting Championships. The skydivers appear at around 3:30, but you should watch the whole thing to get a gander at the sheer wonder and opulence of Dubai.
National Geographic’s short profile on the sensational free solo climber Alex Honnold. While he’s talented and brave, we have to applaud the people behind the camera for the awesome shots.
When we were 5-years-old we congratulated ourselves if we woke up early enough to watch Saturday morning cartoons. Meanwhile Tsung Tsung here is beasting on the piano. Here he is on Ellen.
In Sweden’s friendly match against England, Swedish captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a ridiculous bicycle kick from 30 yards out that left even his coach in utter disbelief.
We love human Rube Goldberg vids; here, the Red Bull Kluge combines the agile athletic prowess of Lolo Jones, Danny MacAskill, Robbie Maddison and more with complex machinery. (Thanks everyone!)
Check out this long, bumpy and goofy bowling strike from the Aussie guys over at How Ridiculous. They make silly trick shot videos like this one to raise awareness for child poverty around the world.
Steve J. Ellison – not to be confused with this dude – has a great memory that lets him pull off a unique trick: he can remember the birth year and death year of many famous personalities.
The complete live footage captured from Felix Baumgartner’s death defying balloon flight to over 128,000 feet, and his extraordinary skydive back to Earth. We dare you not to be moved by this.
A documentary about wingsuit flyer Espen Fadnes, whose love for the outdoors led him to the sport. We’ll never get tired of listening to the sound he creates as he speeds to the ground.
Devin Graham filmed the Parabatix team’s Sky Racing competition, where contestants zip around a course while wearing engine-powered paragliders. They’re no Jetman, but these folks are still daring.
We’ve featured a lot of bottle openers, but this man doesn’t need any of those to drink beer. First of all, he drinks from a can and second… just watch. Don’t even think about trying this.
(NSFW: Language) While on recon in Afghanistan, a group of US soldiers were pinned by gunfire. This soldier went into the open so the others could escape. Thankfully he survived. More on YouTube.
A hovering, drone follows climbers as they ascend Pakistan’s mighty 20,623 foot Trango Tower, capturing amazing footage of this challenging mountainous region. Though we wish it was in HD.
Is there any ride that people can’t do stunts in? Watch Kevin Kartchner, Colby Thomas and their friends pull off stunts that will make your shins and crotch cringe. The latest from Devin Supertramp.
Geoff Mackley, Bradley Ambrose and Nathan Berg descended to the lava lake of the Marum volcano in Vanuatu, becoming the first people to ever come this close – about 98ft – to the scorching lake.
Devin Supertramp captures his entourage of youthful and sexy friends on a thrilling, muddy, Jeep-propelled wakeboard ride through a dirty industrial canal. (Thanks Dallin!)
Watch 19-year old Mitch Baldry pull off flips, whips and more flips at the Knox Skate Park in Australia in this video shot by Infinity List. We are terribly afraid for your head and neck dude.
Peter Drakos is so good at carnival games that he’s forced establishments to limit the number of prizes a person can win. He’s donated his winnings – almost 250,000 toys – to over 50 charities.
Highliner Faith Dickey does something no sane person would do, crossing a line strung between two speeding Volvo trucks before they run into a pair of tunnels. Amazing, but a big bowl of crazy.
YouTuber Uberbania is a human frog. This video shows him jumping to a height of 64″ from a standstill. That’s 5ft, 4 in. The official Guiness World Record (of course there’s one) is 4ft, 10.27in.
The all-female Pearls of Russia skydiving team pull off a spectacular parachuting stunt, in which a whopping 88 members linked together in mid-air, forming a red, white and blue flower.
Think you’ve been ziplining? Well wait until you get a load of Nepal’s ZipFlyer, which drops passengers nearly 2000 feet at speeds approaching 90 miles per hour along its mile-long flight.
Nik Wallenda is the first man to cross Niagara Falls on a high wire. It took him over 25 mins to cross the 1,500 ft gap. We can hardly believe he allowed interviews while he was walking.
Take a fun and exhilarating ride down the snow-covered Allalin Glacier with Andreas Tschanz and 138 other bikers, as he hits almost 80mph, all captured from the viewpoint of his helmetcam.
Search for videos of skateboarder Aaron “Jaws” Homoki and you’ll see that he’s all about ollieing from great heights. His entry to the X Games 2012 Real Street competition is no different.
A jetpack may be cooler than a bike, but if both of them are water-powered and tied to a hose then there’s not much difference. The Jetovator goes up to 25mph, rises up to 30ft and dives up to 10ft.
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