Extreme Sports

Daredevils skydive in freezing cold temperatures1m16s

Daredevils skydive in freezing cold temperatures

These daredevils have put together a compilation displaying their love of adrenaline as they take extreme sports to a whole new level. Watch them jump from a Soviet aircraft in below freezing weather, BASE jump in the stunning Lauterbrunnen Valley, and speed-fly throughout a remote mountainous area in Switzerland.

Gaza’s parkour team44s

Gaza’s parkour team

Gaza’s parkour team train intensively to run, climb, roll and jump around obstacles and on different terrains without equipment. However, some barriers are too high for the team, who say they face travel restrictions from Israel which prevent the team from participating in international competitions.

Unbelievable paragliding compilation from the Caraiman Peak2m22s

Unbelievable paragliding compilation from the Caraiman Peak

The Caraiman Peak is a mountain peak located in Romania, in the Bucegi Mountains of the Southern Carpathians. Take a front row seat as this daredevil paraglides above a sea of clouds, flying through the sky and eventually landing in a nearby park. Incredible!

Epic homemade kayak ramp off a bridge!1m09s

Epic homemade kayak ramp off a bridge!

These extreme athletes have come up with the creative idea of jumping off a bridge using their kayak! With the correct speed and position, as well as a perfectly angled ramp, these daredevils successfully land some amazing jumps. Awesome!

Adventurous Daredevils Ride Kayak Down An Icy Mountain1m17s

Adventurous Daredevils Ride Kayak Down An Icy Mountain

These daredevils decide to take their kayaking to the extreme by riding it down a mountain side on a road covered in ice and snow. You won't believe just how fast they race down the slope! It is exactly what it sounds like. Grab a kayak and use it as a sled. Rinse and repeat. The sport formed when kayakers floated up to the mountain tops and took the snow down the mountain, cruising on waves of snow, instead of water. Forget scenic waterways and romantic paddles, the real way to get a kayak going is down a mountain. This daredevil shows how it’s done as he takes the wild ride down for a spin. With a camera strapped to him and armed with just a paddle, he lets gravity do the work. Would you try this daring stunt and feel this thrilling experience that will freeze your blood. Daredevils are often looked at as reckless, but they see themselves as calculated. There are very real risks with everything they do. This 'challenging' slide needs to be taken very seriously and requires a lot of experience. This gives daredevils the ability to make swift decisions and enjoy their sport! The camera is positioned downward and shows the front of the kayak as the daredevil uses his paddle to try to stay in the narrow strip of very steep mountain covered in snow. The footage also shows his friends screaming at the bottom, one of whom had to move in order not to get hurt. Snow snow kayaking is a winter sport practised by some kayakers. It usually involves kayakers descending snow slopes. This sport is typically done in the backcountry and occasionally at resorts and ski areas. Races are held in a modus similar to those of snowboarding they are known as a boatercross. In the races, kayakers race to a finish line or point.

Nerve-recking BASE jump off an icy antenna!1m11s

Nerve-recking BASE jump off an icy antenna!

Whether it's BASE jumping off an icy antenna, a sketchy paragliding landing above electrical cables, or an urban jump in the middle of the night, these guys make their holiday season an extreme one!

Drifting race car sends tire flying into the crowd15s

Drifting race car sends tire flying into the crowd

During the King of Europe drifting races that take place in the Polish town of Karpacz, a freak accident befell a few unlucky roadside participants. Watch what happens when a drifter's tire is sent flying into the crowd. Ouch! Not to worry, these people were not harmed.

Published: December 8, 2015356 plays$0.72 earned
Daredevil walks 1640 feet on slackline above Utah desert1m59s

Daredevil walks 1640 feet on slackline above Utah desert

On November 15, 2015 Theo Sanson walked nearly 500 meters on a slackline rigged from The Rectory to Castleton Tower in Castle Valley, Utah - likely a new world record. Rigging the line is perhaps as significant a feat as walking it. The team included: Andy Lewis, Brent Cain, Aleta Edinger, Sylvan Slacks, Scott Rogers, Brian Mosbaugh, Homer Manson, Ryan Zorg, Thibault Arrappiccatu, Mathieu Pertus, Crack Mouse, Sara Zorg, Guillaume Rolland, Antony Newton, Mimi Guesdon. Filmed and Edited by Tim Kemple, Renan Ozturk and Anson Fogel. Credit to 'Camp4 Collective'.

Inline skater dominates freestyle slalom competition1m57s

Inline skater dominates freestyle slalom competition

Freestyle slalom skating is a highly technical field of skating that involves performing tricks around a straight line of equally spaced cones. Chinese athlete Zhang Hao demonstrates his amazing skills in this competition held in Shanghai, China.

Wingsuit proximity flying through the clouds1m23s

Wingsuit proximity flying through the clouds

Raw footage from an incredible wingsuit flight in Walenstadt, Switzerland. Credit and special mention to Nick, James Y., Darren B. and Snake River BASE Jumping School. The only limit is the one you set yourself!

This Adrenaline-Filled Zip Line Hits Speeds Over 90 Mph1m33s

This Adrenaline-Filled Zip Line Hits Speeds Over 90 Mph

For all you adrenaline junkies, this zip line might be for you. Whistler Sasquatch Line in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada is the longest zip line in Canada and USA. At over 1.2 miles in length, 600 feet above the valley floor, and hitting speeds over 90 miles per hour, it looks like a breathtaking experience. Check out this point-of-view footage if you don’t believe us! How amazing is that? It might seem like nothing at all when you watch this clip. The buzzing of the air in the microphone aside, you really can’t get a sense of just how fast they are going. To give you an idea, just imagine riding on the roof of a car that goes 90+ miles per hour on a highway. Now imagine that highway is a mile and a half above the ground between two mountains and you are hanging in the air instead of sitting safely on a roof. Thrilling, isn’t it? Wasn’t there a movie with a scene like that? Anyway, this particular line is named after the famed mysterious creature that everyone claims to have seen, but there is no evidence for it. Fed by gravity, the Sasquatch takes you from one mountain to the other the shortest way, showing you a breathtaking view of the Canadian Rockies. Would you ever consider going to this zip-line? You'd be going faster than most cars on that! Be sure to stop by https://rumble.com/ to check out other awesome extreme videos and feel free to upload your own. Check out this awesome zip line.

Published: August 6, 2015294,851 views
Man builds replica boomerang from 'Mad Max' film1m15s

Man builds replica boomerang from 'Mad Max' film

'BoomerangsbyVic' has created a replica boomerang used in the late 1981 movie 'Mad Max: Road Warrior'. Check out it's beautiful flight! All boomerangs made by Vic from 'BoomerangsbyVic' are handcrafted with 10 ply 5 mm finish birch. His hand-crafted returning boomerangs can be purchased online and make great gifts for someone you know that loves boomerangs. The boomerang is a tool made and used by the Indigenous Australians for hunting. Typically constructed as a flat airfoil and when thrown is designed to spin about an axis that is perpendicular to the direction of its flight In terms of the use of the weapon in the Mad Max franchise, the Mad Max wikia page writes: “A once widespread tool used by the indigenous Australians for hunting and recreation, the boomerang has proved its worth following the collapse of western civilization. One notable user of the boomerang was the Feral Kid. His returning boomerang was made of chrome and was notably weighty, having the ability to embed itself in the skull of a victim. One such victim was a member of Lord Humungus' Marauders - The Golden Youth - who consequently suffered extensive head trauma and death." You might not be able to purchase the chrome boomerang like the one Vic made, but you can certainly purchase one of his wooden creations, so feel free to check out his site and share this video with your friends!

Landing a jet ski back flip with no hands!10s

Landing a jet ski back flip with no hands!

With the boring routines in our everyday lives, it shouldn't be all too surprising to see people doing extreme things to get out of their routines. Nowadays there are so many outdoor activities that you can do to get away from the boredom, everyone can find something to satisfy their cravings – mountain biking, trekking, waterskiing, sky diving...the list is endless. Gary Burtka took extreme sporting to a whole new level. Watch as the avid fan of jet skis makes a backward flip and lands without controlling his Backie Chan watercraft! That is wicked! We imagine it took hours of practice to be able to pull that off Here's what Gary can tell us about himself on his site, www.garyburtka.com: “I began legally riding a Kasawaki X-2 in the late 80s after completing a boating safety coarse at the age of 12. For years I enjoyed the freedom and experience that a personal watercraft could bring me as a regular consumer rider. In the summer of 1993 I was introduced to Tommy Nuttall Jr through his father, Tommy Nuttall Sr. (a family friend and owner of the local Big Boy's that we frequented). I watched one of Tommy's (Pride Performance) shows and eagerly participated in my first competitive event just a few weeks later in Wyandotte, MI in August of 93. I rode my X-2 in closed-course and amateur freestyle. I was hooked!"

BASE jump point-of-view from The Alps3m10s

BASE jump point-of-view from The Alps

There are seven days in the week and someday isn't one of them! Watch as these daredevils provide us with point-of-view footage featuring BASE jumping from the Dolomites Alps and wingsuit flying over the amazing Walenstadt!