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This one's for the thrill seekers who like a nice view. If skiing or snowboarding in the French Alps isn't enough for you, this zip line is sure to get the adrenaline pumping!
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Mac Dreidel of eBaum's World is back! And he has two video that'll have you thinking, real or fake? Watch a few guys go all Macgyver-like with a speedboat and then a guy ruin a carnival by causing a huge electrical explosion. Our hosts gave their opinions, now what's yours?
GoPro footage from Jeff King shows the scenery of the Iditarod in Alaska. King is a four-time winner of the massive race and features sled dogs racing along on rough terrain. Not everything is good old fashion fun, as there is a pretty good chance of whip outs.
Security footage shows a woman falling onto the track as a train is coming into the station. She fainted, leaving her legs on the rails. But luckily, supervisors watching the footage as she fell were able to hit an emergency button causing the trains to stop.
Driving in China a man lost control and ended up in a lake. The car was submerged with him still inside. A large group of civilians came to his rescue. He was pulled out, given CPR and taken to the hospital. His heartbeat and breathing did slowly resume, but the condition he will be in is unknown.
NFL stars Michael Hoomanawanui and Johnny Hekker recently took a trip far away from the football field. The gridiron duo got the opportunity to fly with the U.S. Navy Blue Angels in El Centro, California. Hoomanawanui, a tight end for the New England Patriots, got to live a life-long dream by flying in a military jet. Hekker, a punter for the St. Louis Rams, was challenged by his punting trainer to go up with the Angels. Both men had a great time, as they were literally taken to new heights.
A frozen lake means it's time to hang up the wakeboard until spring, right? Not these guys. They took out their chainsaw and created ramps and rails using the ice from a frozen lake in Latvia. Passion seems to create ingenuity.
A man in Russia is seen walking up to a building's fire alarm and turning it off. According to officials, this building housed a few "women of the night." Soon after the man and his alleged accomplice left, a fire started and flames spread. One of the women died as a result of her burns, and authorities are currently investigating the incident.
No matter how small a wild animal is, you probably shouldn't mess with it. A few snowboarders learned that the hard way. Luckily, they walked boarded away with just a pair of ripped gloves. Then over to another Olympic sport that looks a little different after the Sochi games. This group pulled out the ol' canoe and put it to good use in the winter. A little luging never seemed so fun. Except when you forget the paddles...
This is a selfie-crazed world, especially since that famous one at the Oscars. It's getting out of control. But this "selfie" from a Danish fighter jet pilot might be the most badass one of all time, so we'll allow it. However, it might just be a screengrab. You decide. Screenshot or selfie?
The popular surf spot in Jaws, Hawaii was the set of a new film project. Unfortunately, the heavy surf caused a photography boat to capsize during filming. The Go Big Project captured the scary scene while filming "Liftoff," which features wingsuit pilot Jokke Sommer and Hawaiian local big wave surfer Niccolo Porcella, who are attempting to switch sports. The director, Rocky Romano, joined RTM to talk about the scary moments that were caught on the GBP's footage. Check out more at Maverick Moments. Follow the Go Big Team as they report on swells around the world as they are happening on their Facebook Page "Live From The Channel."
A shocking video is circulating around the web showing what looks to be abuse taking place at a nursing home. A caregiver is seen slamming a wheelchair-bound patient repeatedly into walls as she pushes him down a hallway. Except, there is no real abuse going on in this video. There's a production company at work here, trying to have a little fun with all of us. With the help of JukinVideo, we were able to confirm this is a big ol' fake.