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In their PAC-12 meet against the University of Utah, UCLA gymnast Sophina DeJesus pumped up her fellow teammates and their home crowd with her trendy floor routine, where in between her flips she pulled off dance moves like the nae nae, the Quan and the dab.
Al the Jumper shows exactly why he’s been given that name, as he performs an incredibly dangerous stunt – jumping over two bikes bearing down on him at nearly 70mph. One wrong move, and both Al and the bikers are toast.
Freerunner Dominik Sky, shows off his ability to fling his entire body through windows and other tight spaces. While he makes it look easy, he says it took a year to compile, and he sustained many injuries along the way.
Stuntman Damien Walters shows off more of his incredible athleticism, gymnastic skills and the giant size of his balls in this compilation he posted to celebrate hitting 500,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel.
Stuntman/Parkour artist Damien Walters and his acrobatic friends skip the foam-rubber gym mat and test out some of their tricks on their bouncy new AirTrick mat. Now imagine a room with these covering the walls and ceiling.
The girls on this gymnastics team take a break and hand over the floor to a guy named Danikka, letting him show off his best floor routine. Despite the silliness, he can still do way more flips than us.
Australian gymnast Joel Pocklington never travels without his video camera; to our horror and delight he’s crafted a madcap compilation of face plants, belly flops and runaway stunts. (Thanks Stephen!)