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Mark Tretter was in Iceland when a heavy breeze caused him to struggle while drinking water. Not only did the wind prohibit Mark's ability to hydrate, but also made it difficult from him to stand. He got a little of bit of Earth and a lot of wind, but thankfully he avoided fire.
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Elegant and majestic are the two words that describe this. Just some more amazing footage captured on a GoPro. Young Carley Hinson definitely has an Olympic medal in her future.
This one's a mystery. A video surfaced and has gone viral in Europe showing it raining in just one spot in Italy. Seems right out of a cartoon. While people are saying this is possible, others are saying it's not rain at all. What do you think, rain or something else?
John Freeman is a professional mountain guide. So he knows he should not be alive after a fall like the one he took, let alone climbing again. A pillar of ice he was climbing detached from the cliff and went crumbling to the valley floor, with him on it. EpicTV called it "one of the craziest ice climbing falls ever recorded."
First you have a baby moose who's splashing around looking like a kid in a big bathtub, and then there are dogs of all shapes and sizes having an absolute blast in the snow. It all adds up to a pair of videos that'll make your day.
When you're about to BASE jump, it's probably important that you see the ground beneath you. If you can't, you might find yourself jumping like this guy, basically blindfolded...
Philippe Gillet is considered by many to be the "Indiana Jones of France." However, unlike Henry Jones Jr. in the movies, Gillet is a big fan of reptiles. He hangs out with his two alligators, scorpions, and plenty of snakes that he has a serious passion for saving from endangerment. While he has tiger skins on his walls, those are not for fashion, but are meant to serve as reminders of animals that he was unable to save.
The Japanese goat-antelope might be small, but it sure is feisty. These snowboarders might think twice before trying to have a little fun with it next time.
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...
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."
The first video takes us to Maui where a momma whale is warning a kayaker and a paddleboater that they better stay away from her baby. One swipe of that giant tail and they'll be drinking sea water. Then over to Spain where yachtsman Alex Thomson attempted to climb the mast of his high-speed yacht like a boss in his Hugo Boss.
How do you spark interest in a new television show in London? A huge, 7-foot-tall hedgehog should do the trick. The prickly attraction was unveiled on Clapham Common to coincide with Sir David Attenborough's new television show Natural Curiosities. The show will showcase natural history with storytelling to educate us about these extraordinary creatures.