Andrea has a rare disorder called Dysautonomia. Although her malfunctioning nervous system keeps Andrea wheelchair-bound for months, this courageous young athlete competes at Strongman Competitions! The fact that Andrea competes is already victory enough, but her inspiring determination and a six-month training regimen have helped her earn an ecstatic third-place Lightweight Division finish!
While a team from Action Water Sports was filming on the water, their drone decided to switch into "return to home mode" in the middle of the lake. The guys tracked down the drone by boat, but you can see it started dropping closer to the water before they could reach it. Finally, a one man water rescue was needed to save the drone. View Now
Thankfully for Kevin Armstrong, at the heart of every ultralight aircraft is a glider! It's this clever design that stops an engine malfunction almost half a mile in the air from turning into the world's scariest freefall... without a parachute! Instead, Kevin cruises down for an almost comfortable crash landing in a country field.
Instead of knitting bones, he's spent the last few months repairing his battered ultralight!
Have you ever laid down on a skateboard and rolled down the street? Have you ever done it at speeds of over 100 miles per hour?!
That's exactly what 58-year-old world champion Roger Hickey did recently at the Top Speed World Championship. Hickey clocked in at 100.279 miles per hour on his final run. Luckily for us, he had a GoPro on top of his helmet to film the entire thing that resulted in this amazing video. View Now
Surfers are always looking out for a hungry "Jaws" in the water, but maybe they've got to add a friendly but distracted "Flipper" to the watchlist after watching this startling video from Stab Magazine! View Now
WARNING: Dentists (and teeth) don't endorse this challenge.
Not only can L.A. Beast scarf down an unholy number of raw shelled eggs, his teeth are as indestructible as his appetite as he uncaps 45 beer bottles with his mouth in his latest professional eating adventure!.
The YouTube channel What's Inside? traveled out to the Singapore racetrack to give us a look inside the world of Formula 1 race racing. During their visit, they were given a F1 helmet to use in their experiment. The F1 race helmets are made of carbon fiber to ensure maximum safety. In this video, the guys break out a sledgehammer and attempt to crack open one of these tough helmets. View Now
This video from JOINTHETEEM shows a 20-way formation skydive turn into a scary entanglement and break-off. Break-off happens when a skydiver's reserve canopy pops out unintentionally. The diver's point-of-view footage is scary to watch. Luckily, no one was injured in this mid-air accident. View Now
Professional boxer Luis Carlos Abregu was out of the ring for 22 months, so his returning match in Salta, Argentina against Juan Carlos Pedrozo was much anticipated. After Pedrozo beat Abregu, an angry spectator jumped into the ring and punched Pedrozo multiple times.
In soccer, a goalie stomped on a player, after the goalie received a red card for hitting that striker in the stomach. The goalie was kicked out of the game and normal play resumed in the matchup between Al Ain and Emirates Club in the Arabian Gulf League. View Now
It doesn't matter how fast your ride is if it's upside-down in a ditch or scattered across a field!
We're in for a special ViralVideoUK show as skilled Romanian and Lithuanian racers destroy their beautiful Ferrari supercar and supercharged Subaru tuner in cringeworthy crashes. If only they took that turn a little bit slower!
World Wingsuit League China Grand Prix is the premier wingsuit race in the world. The top wingsuit athletes will dive from the cliff of Tianmen Mountain in China and fly into its deepest valley. Our friend Jeb Corliss is a technical supervisor who ensures the races are challenging and safe for all of the athletes.
The president of the World Wingsuit League, Iiro Seppanen, joined our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype to announce a new element in this year's competition. View Now
Team Best Buddies Arizona made one athlete's podium dreams come true at the Lifetime Fitness Triathlon in Tempe, Arizona. Patrick's dream team for this Olympic distance triathlon was made up of collegiate swimmer Will Hogue, cyclist Eric Marcotte, and elite runner Randy Arriola. Patrick and his team finished in third place in the all-male relay, which accomplished the team goal of achieving a triathlon podium finish. Way to go guys! View Now
As if free-falling through the clouds isn't jaw-dropping and adrenaline-pumping enough, these skydiving daredevils bring a tennis ball with them and start tossing it around for an upside-down game of catch. Our jaws drop when we realize normal "ball" physics are completely different when both of you are falling... headfirst!
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Street luge rider Chris McBride went speeding down a hill to hopefully set a world record in Quebec, Canada. The old record for the hill was around 98 miles per hour. Even though Chris was close to that at over 90 miles per hour, he finished fourth in the l'Ultime Descente competition. View Now
Although Jeff Rose deserves our congratulations for a race well-flown at the National Championship Air Races, he's also getting our condolences after his victorious "Reno Rabbit" accidentally slams into a competitor's plane at the end of a high-speed landing and cuts itself in half! Thankfully, Rose did not suffer any injuries.
RNickeyMouse shared a video of Ryan Szielenski Buitrago cruising down the Mulholland Highway in California riding better than most riders. The only difference, Ryan lost his arm in a motorcycle accident in 2003 but never gave up his love of riding. With some modifications to his bike, Ryan is able to ride around on a motorcycle again. View Now
This amazing 360° virtual reality dancing video literally puts you in the middle of the action! YouTuber Matt Steffanina has taken several extremely talented dancers, a 360° camera, and some incredible choreography to make one of the most epic videos on the Internet.
One of the best parts about the video is how engaging it is. While you're watching it, the dancers give visual cues onscreen when to rotate the camera angle to see the next choreographed dance move! View Now
What could've been a tragic moment is instead filled with triumph as rescue teams haul up the smiling Aussie BMX rider who tumbled down an abandoned mineshaft just bordering the Sunny Corner Rally. Miraculously, the 50-foot tumble does little to dampen the spirits of the indestructible rider and bike!
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We've been using speedboats and drive-thrus wrong, folks!
Solid ground is never there where you need it and when you need it, so next time you're hang gliding through the Wild Blue Yonder, set course for the nearest friendly speedboat! (Actually, don't. It's way too risky.) View Now
Slackliner Dejan Premceski crossed the Treska River in Macedonia in an extreme way. You can see he's a bit shaky at some points, but Dejan carefully walked across a thin line secured across the raging rapids. Dejan is clearly a talented and brave slackliner. View Now
Because Guinness World Records has already done crazy things with boiled, pickled, and even regurgitated eggs, competitive eater "LA Beast" decides to make a world record of his own! But instead of throwing away the shell like those other world record pansies, he'll eat as many wholeraw eggs as he can in four minutes!
Yikes! We doubt the yolk makes the eggshells any less sharp.
In this dramatic Jukin video, a Southern California motorcyclist escapes death thanks to his airbag vest. Fred Greissing was riding down the Mulholland Highway at 60 miles per hour near Los Angeles when a deer suddenly jumped in front of him. Fred had less than a second to react, yet amazingly his airbag vest saved him from serious injury.
See what happens when the RightThisMinute hosts give the vests a try in the RTM studio. View Now
Not only is ping pong a big Summer Games sport... the guys from Takkyuu Geinin have made it an entertainment form! Forget every game rule you've learned—these guys can bowl, trick shot and even substitute paddles in the latest addition to their memorable and viral YouTube video series from Japan.