Can you imagine living a century let alone 18 years past that? Julia Flores of Bolivia can. She just turned 118 years old and is considered to be the oldest woman in Bolivia. In fact, her family and the mayor's office of her town are working to get her recognized as the world's oldest person by the Guinness Book of World Records. During her recent birthday celebrations, Flores impressed by rocking out on the guitar and another instrument and ate cake, her favorite food. You go, lady! View Now
Wolfgang Siess has a different view of the world than most and that's because he's usually hang-gliding over the world. Flying out over the mountains and a village in Switzerland was how Siess ended his weekend. Feeling totally jealous of how Siess spends his time flying is how we ended our weekend. View Now
There are adventure courses you can go to with your friends, where you can free climb outdoors with safety nets and harnesses. You can also go when they're closed and have the whole place to yourself without any safety equipment at all. While that option isn't exactly legal, it is what Powers Of Passions did, who has years of experience so please don't copy him. View Now
Three siblings in their 80s and 90s just met for the first time ever, and the touching moment was all captured on camera. Before moving to Houston, Texas, 93-year-old Una Pereira was raised in a London convent and joined the Royal Air Force. She never knew who her real family was, so her grandson Michael decided to track them down. View Now
They do say marriage is a marathon not a sprint, but this couple took that very literally! Whitney Buck and Stephen Phillips started the Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank Marathon as an engaged couple but made it official halfway through. Family, friends and an officiant waited for the pair to make their way to the makeshift altar at mile marker 13.1, according to WXYZ. View Now
When you've got a backyard that doubles as a skatepark, some heavy metal jams and a bunch of friends, then you've got a skater's dream come true. That is until the skater fails so hard that he almost goes up in flames. Fortunately, that wasn't the case for the skater.
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A herd of wild javelinas showed up on Annette Mcquain's porch in Arizona one morning and decided to stay to check out the goods. And why wouldn't they? Annette and her family had left out some delicious pumpkins for them to eat.
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Who's ready to participate in a wingsuit rodeo? We're not, that's why we're glad that five women and five men did it instead. The men served as the wingsuit pilots while the women skydivers rode on their backs as they jumped from the plane.
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Cliff jumping is a dangerous sport by nature, but that just means you have to be extra careful and really be smart about every aspect of your jump. Officials are saying this man's jump was anything but safe. The weather had been rough, so water levels were especially high, and there had been a number of fatalities there in the past. Basically, this guy is lucky to be alive. View Now
Alright, this is just not fair! Who said a dog could be so good at ice skating?! Well, actually it's super cool. Cheryl Del Sangro is an ice skating coach and a huge hockey fan, so she decided to teach her adorable dog Benny how to skate. Training went well — he absolutely loved his lessons and worked hard to perfect his skills. Now, the pair's dream is to perform a routine at a Vegas Golden Knights hockey game, and we're sure hoping that happens soon! A special thanks to Cheryl as well for rescuing Benny from a kill shelter and giving him such a loving home. View Now
The Jurgys are finding things to put on our bucket list that we didn't even know we wanted to do. They went to Minnesota to drive a tank thanks to the super cool folks at (get this) "Drive A Tank." They got to crush a car and have a mini faux tank battle where they took out a piñata. We call dibs on the next turn! View Now
Maybe it's just because we've never tried it, but we feel like if we went skydiving we'd be distracted by the whole "rapidly falling to Earth," thing. These friends, however, are forming huge circles and taking turns flying through it during their dive. View Now
The guys from Adrenaline Addiction are heading into the desert for some cliff jumping. This particular spot is home to some beautiful views and tall cliffs that can only be accessed by boat. They start at a mere 70-foot jump (no biggie), and make their way to 110 feet. They've had a lot of practice up to this point, but the dude executes the jump perfectly. Even though hitting the water might be a little painful, he says the adrenaline is worth it. View Now
Why just carve pumpkins in the normal way when you could do it underwater?! You have to be both talented and resourceful to compete in this challenge put on every year near Key Largo in Florida as seen in the video and photos shared by The Florida Keys & Key West. The group of divers this year was beyond creative, carving a sea horse, eel, sharks, a dolphin and more. If only we could carve a pumpkin this well on dry land! View Now
Police officers never know what kind of calls they're going to get every day. We can imagine the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Office had no idea they'd be rescuing a pig the size of a mini horse! The animal had escaped from his home nearby, so the deputies lured him to them with some Doritos. Good job and quick thinking! View Now
Scooters are fine. They're kind of fun, you can go a little faster than walking, and they're easy to carry around. Well, Colin Furze wanted none of those things! In fact, he wanted to put a turbojet engine on a scooter. And when Colin Furze wants something he makes it happen (after a fail here and there). View Now
BASE jumping is an extreme sport in its own right, but wingsuit BASE jumping is even more extreme and requires a lot of skill. Steve Shipman heads out to an area called Fatal Attraction in Walenstadt, Switzerland, where there's not much room for error. He executes the jump flawlessly, though, flying down the mountain like a bat and landing perfectly on his feet. It's always amazing to see what crazy stunts people are capable of. View Now
Remember when you were little and your parents packed you a lunch for school? Maybe it was just a sandwich in a brown paper bag or maybe you had a cute little lunchbox filled with goodies. Either way, it probably wasn't as cool as what this dad does for his kids (granted you probably didn't have an amazing artist for your mom or dad!). It only takes Lynell Jinks an hour and a half to produce the fun lunch bags for his kids, based on popular characters from TV, movies and history. Every single one is an incredible work of art! View Now
Ryan Williams is usually the one making headlines on the Nitro Circus tour. However, this time, Ryan is just happy to be watching his friend Tyler Pynnonen try a stunt that seems impossible. Pynnonen attempted to perform a front flip on a snowmobile. We say "attempted" because it didn't quite go according to plan. View Now
OK, we're just going to sit here in awe and marvel over this video! We're sure you'll feel the same way as you watch Swiss freestyle skier Andri Ragettli make his way around a room of obstacles doing some very impossible parkour. No wonder it took him 53 tries to get this all right! View Now
Two men from the Qatar Skydiving Team had a chance to show how effective their training has been, just not in the way you'd think. The pair of skydivers got their parachutes tangled up in mid-air forcing them to think fast and cut their tangled chutes free. They were able to land safely after pulling their reserve chutes. View Now
It was a daring escape, but a plan that did not ultimately work. Justin Stumler and Jeremy Hunt have both been arrested after fleeing Louisville Metro Corrections over the weekend. Surveillance video shows how the kitchen workers hid in trash cans taken outside for disposal.
You can't win the Nitro Circus "Best Trick" competition unless you have the best tricks, of course. Luckily, our boy Ryan Williamshas all the best tricks and loves to put on a show. He had a few fails for sure, but when all is said and done, Williams walked away with the first place trophy. View Now
Talk about reaching your goals! Corinne Hutton is believed to be the first female quadruple amputee to reach the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, according to BBC News. Hutton lost her hands and feet to sepsis and pneumonia in 2013, but wouldn't let anything stop her from completing her climb. View Now