Wilderness training is serious business and thanks to Sportsmen's Expos our hosts Nick Calderone and Charity Bailey are now ready for a camping trip. They take to fire starting, paddleboarding, and UTV driving. Sure, Charity almost falls off the paddleboard but we are impressed at how she started a fire. You could learn a thing or two from these thrillseekers! View Now
This jaw-dropping "LED Motion" performance lighting up social media from the Dunking Devils and Artifex teams is like nothing you've seen before. After all, who'd ever think to combine basketball dunking, dancing and wearable LED lights in the dark? Obviously, it's a pretty magical recipe.
Once you see one BASE jump, sometimes it feels like you've seen them all. You'll probably reconsider as you watch this daredevil from Negative4 Productions gingerly tiptoe along the edge of this enormous, inactive wind turbine blade. Just as the blade starts moving beneath his feet... he's off! View Now
During a tennis match at the Miami Open, an iguana burst onto the scene and caused quite a stir. Jiri Vesely was facing off against Tommy Haas when the massive reptile decided to make a surprise appearance and caused the match to be delayed for several minutes. Haas responded to the bizarre occurrence like many of us would by approaching it and taking a selfie with the unexpected spectator. View Now
For the world's elite mountain bikers, adventure sometime lies underground! French buddies Kilian Bron, Maxime Peythieu and Olivier Cuvet discovered an abandoned mine and wasted no time exploring the dark, vast complex in signature MTB style.
Would you brave a mine like this if you could?
The Angry Ram first charged onto the scene back in 2013, but did you know this silver-haired New Zealand fox is still alive and ramming? Two years ago, Marty Todd strung up a tetherball in the forest for some laughs, but despite Rambro's best efforts, he couldn't destroy the ball-shaped invader!
That is, until today.
Reserve parachutes are a paraglider's best friend should the worst happen midair, but this parachute "safety net" almost evaporates when Freefly Tom's opens in his face before he can ditch the original tangled chute! Thankfully, Tom's no rookie and invested in a good reserve chute, so he's spared a bone-crunching crash when he touches down in between two chalets in the French Prealps.
If you've got the world on a string, why not give yourself a challenge? The guy at BBsDoingNothing has certainly upped the difficulty on some of life's most essential tasks. His over-the-shoulder trick shot is a work of art!
Who needs a surfboard when you could have the Wave Skater Pro? The guys at Nub TV were given one to put to the test because the boogie board company claims it's indestructible. So, can they break it? Surfers, would you give it a try after watching this video? View Now
Everyone knows that parents keep score at their kids' games, but these competitive adults clearly stepped over the line when they sparked a full-on brawl on the sidelines at this Spanish youth soccer game. Even if you're upset over "aggressive" behavior on the field, the best solution isn't to deck another dad, especially on Father's Day.
We've seen countless expert skiers barely dodge avalanches and certain death on RightThisMinute, but the folks at this blue slope in the French Alps are essentially beginners. As soon as the wave of snow stops in this riveting, just-released video, panic sets in as families, friends, and strangers frantically dig away at the snow to find buried skiers. Miraculously, everyone makes it out alive! View Now
Basketball fever is in full swing right now as March Madness is currently ongoing and the NBA playoffs are just around the corner. A defining aspect of the sport is the 3-point shot and it would be hard to imagine basketball games without it. This intriguing video from Great Big Story explains the history behind the shot and who better to explain it than the NBA's career 3-point scoring leader, Ray Allen! View Now
Halfway through their fishing adventure, David Daily's buddy hears the call of nature. The boat goes forward, sending his shocked friend overboard. Goes to prove it's never too cold to enjoy Lake Conroe's icy waters!
With an avalanche and a crash landing to choose between on the Chobak Mountains, veteran skier Norbert Salva picks the wipeout! After seeing that tsunami of snow rushing by, we agree that Norbert made the right choice.
The poor guy in this ViralHog video will scout out his jumps before he gets some mega air next time at the Snowbird Ski Resort. After all, there's no mistake more painful than landing on a tree!
Ryan Williams (AKA R-Willy) will be forever known as "the guy who landed the world's first BMX triple frontflip." Though he technically made history with the extreme jump back in 2015, it's still dangerous for the Nitro Circus alum and rising BMX star. View Now
Sports Illustrated assembled the cutest group of first graders to get their expert opinions on picking teams for a winning bracket. These kids can tell a winning team just by looking at the mascot. There's nothing better than the predictions of children except possibly rankings and statistics. View Now
Even when you've surrounded by Mother Nature's natural "ice pack," some winter collisions take a few days to shake off! Take these two snowboarders in Telluride who dramatically T-Bone on the slope and are still feeling it a week later.
There's no wipeout in our second Viral Video UK clip, only laughs as our cheeky skier dusts his buddies in a wave of powder!
Defensive end Tahj Rice wanted to make his mark when committing to play football at a university. Choosing between Louisville, Duke, Oregon, USC and Virginia Tech, he finally made up his mind. The Waggener High student from Kentucky also came up with the idea for a video announcing his decision a week before. He worked with local Courier-Journal.com to put together an amazing one that definitely made an impression! Watch to see how the "Superhero" ended up choosing Duke. View Now
James Corden may not have much knowledge of NCAA men's basketball, but don't discredit his bracket predictions just yet. The late night television host used a coin toss, Magic 8 Ball, and even an Ouija board to pick his teams. The comedian's bracket selections may be more dependent on superstition than statistics, but that doesn't necessarily mean he's wrong. You'll have to just wait and see how he did as the tournament unfolds. View Now
Laura Kampf makes a handy mad scientist as she Frankensteins a BMX bike and handtruck together. The final product is an awesome marriage of form and function. Granted, Laura's basically a mechanical genius, but her newly dubbed "Beer Bike" is guaranteed to become the envy of the neighborhood!
Why carry when you can ride in style?View Now
Most people rent trucks to move, but daredevil Ryan Taylor and his buddy Zack have something a little more adventurous in mind... like a portable BMX ramp! No kidding, they haul their loaned truck all over SoCal to frontflip down grassy hills, dry canals, and even an empty college campus.
Jealous you didn't think of it first?
Christopher Wallace was better known by his fans as the rapper The Notorious B.I.G. He died in 1997 in Los Angeles, CA. His memory was honored, at the Brooklyn Net's game in New York City. His mother Voletta Wallace, his widow Faith Evans, and his children all attended as a special banner was displayed to pay tribute to the beloved musician.
Columbian street racers love to set up illegal matches in a particular highway tunnel. Besides the "danger" factor, the rude drivers completely block traffic to clear up the road ahead! Karma makes a satisfying cameo in this dashcam video, however, when one Mercedes-driving racer understeers his car into the tunnel wall and wipes out in a dramatic shower of sparks. View Now