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Extreme sports aren't just for adults, kids can get in on the action too. That includes fails as well. The FIS Junior Freestyle Big Air Championships in Cardrona, New Zealand features some of the best youth extreme sports athletes in the world. They may be smaller than normal athletes, but the fails and wins are just as huge. 

Then, sometimes you just gotta chill and meditate for a bit. The best place to get totally zen? Deep underwater, of course! At least, that's what David Langlois believes. This awesome footage was taken by André Musgrove, be sure to check out his website too.

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