Smuggler's Cove in Greece is so beautiful, it looks like a movie set. So Team Suprttramp made it the location for their most recent video, and what they did there is amazing. See how they did in the behind-the-scenes video here. View Now
WARNING: Some adult language. You really have to be careful of what you say, and how you say it on TV. "And boom goes the dynamite." View Now
These two men were racing Barbie Jeeps in Kentucky. One of the racers hit a bump, lost control and crashed into the other. They both weren't wearing helmets or other safety gear, but they didn't sustain major injuries.
Graham Dickinson spent a year researching, exploring, and jumping in the beautiful mountains of the UAE and Oman for a series called, "Blood, Sweat & Tears." He is passionate about safely base jumping. Check out the highlight footage of his pioneering wingsuit pilot base jumps.
An amazing rescue took place at the Green Race for kayakers in North Carolina. One kayaker got caught up in the waves, but a rescue team was standing by and was able to quickly retrieve him from the water. Another kayaker in Florida got stuck at sea, but onlookers jumped into action and saved the day. View Now
You've got to see this breathtaking base jump in Norway. You can see the lovely waterfall that is revealed after they dive off the cliff. This is all part of a base jumping wingsuit travel show called Base Tripping. View Now
The students at Broken Arrow High School in Oklahoma went all out with this dubsmash video that's gone viral. Everyone from the cheerleaders to the football players, swimmers, golfers, actors and the marching band got involved in this epic project shot during homecoming festivities. Check it out!
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To say the UMass Lowell River Hawks basketball team was explosive in its win Tuesday night may be an understatement. Especially when it came to one play in particular.
UMass Lowell beat Wheelock 104-76, and this play was the definite exclamation point (despite the missed dunk). Bring down the house, Dontavious Smith.
Vitaly Zdorovetskiy of the VitalyzdTv Youtube channel tricked his poor mom during their vacation in Dubai. He convinces his mom they are going for a nice ride. Then the driver makes a sharp turn and flips the car onto two wheels. You have to see her reaction to this wild ride. View Now
We Love Cycling placed a beautiful bicycle strategically on the streets of Amsterdam, Prague and Rome to see which city the bike would be stolen in the fastest. The catch was that the bike had a red smoke bomb and a truck with a band accompanying it to celebrate the theft. Surprisingly the bike was never stolen in Prague. Amsterdam was the first city to have a thief steal the bike.
Once a skydiver is in the air, there's one thing they must remember: release the parachute. One diver looked to be in such bliss while free-falling that he totally forgot to pull his rip cord. Luckily, parachutes are now equipped with automation so they'll release if the diver gets too close to the ground. If this diver had jumped a few years ago, his ending might not have been so happy. View Now
If you've ever thought I really want a GoPro, but I don't have anything to record then the NoPro is for regular people just like you. Then check out this dude attempting to some palm tree sit ups.
Fame can do funny things to a person.
For UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Holly Holm, it was briefly forgetting Beyoncé's name. No, seriously. At a VIP event in Las Vegas, rapper Jay-Z introduced Holm to his wife. Holm's response was 'What is your name?"
"That is what I do when I meet someone's wife," Holm told KRQE in Albuquerque. "As I am shaking her hand I am thinking 'Why did I just say that?'"
Holly Holm joined Seth Meyers to discuss the kick that took Ronda Rousey down, but also to praise Rousey. Holm is a very humble winner who said she welcomes a rematch. View Now
Legendary driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. didn't finish in the top 10 in the Sprint Cup standings, but he didn't let that keep him down.
Spencer from Urban Endeavors spent two and a half hours freeclimbing an antenna that was about 1,400 feet tall. He says he may have unofficially broke a world record for the tallest freeclimb of an antenna, base to apex. He may have also broken the laws of the land and common sense by climbing an antenna that is normally activated with no safety gear on. The wind speeds were about 50 miles per hour. Please do not attempt this at home. View Now
At 90 years old, Erik Burger was the world's oldest racecar driver before his recent retirement. His last race was at the Falkenberg Classic. It was held on a rainy day, and Burger ended his career with a crash.
While Burger was experiencing his last race, one fan was experiencing his first. He was attending a Top Fuel Race, and the power of dragsters really got this new fan excited. View Now
This kid just finished solving the Rubik's Cube faster than most people can peel a banana. View Now
The age-old question, "can one do a handstand on a surfboard while in the water?" has finally been answered (SPOILER: No, on cannot do a handstand on a surfboard while in water). And once again, it has been reaffirmed that walking on thin ice will not end well. View Now
This poor elderly man tried to film his snowmobile ride and accidently placed the GoPro incorrectly and filmed his face the entire ride. Then check out this poor snowboarder taking a tumble trying to jump up a slope. View Now
Snow can be wonderful, but it can also be pretty scary. One sledder was enjoying his ride in a winter wonderland, totally oblivious to the fact that his sledding almost caused an avalanche. Luckily he didn't, but a snowmobiler enjoying the winter wasn't so lucky. He ran into a wire fence while riding and flipped right off his snowmobile. View Now
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Nichol Tran captured this cell phone video of Arizona State University students running across campus in Tempe for tickets to the rivalry football game this Saturday against the University of Arizona. ASU tweeted the secret location to get student tickets and this caused a flood of students running down Palm Walk. May the best team win!
There's one number that sets Tony Hawk apart from the other greats of the sport, 900. He was the first to ever complete and land two-and-a-half mid-air revolutions on a skateboard. That was in 1999 and now in 2015 he has become the first to do something again, the horizonal loop. Further cementing his legendary status. View Now
RightThisMinute hosts Nick Calderone took Charity Bailey to a shooting range to try to takedown aerial target drones with Gnat Warfare. Nick was not able to hit the target, but Charity was successful. Gnat Warfare will be supporting a Phoenix charitable foodbank called St. Vincent de Paul during a campaign called the Million Can Crusade. View Now
Two close calls, both in Russia. A circus performer riding a motorbike overcorrected himself and ended up almost injuring one of the spectators, while a mountain biker hit a nasty bump and almost got knocked unconscious. View Now