Back in 2011, Michelle Salt survived a catastrophic motorcycle accident that left her with several serious injuries. One of those injuries led to the loss of her right leg. Instead of giving up, Michelle decided to turn things around and come back even stronger than before. These days she's a Paralympic snowboarder, wakeboarder and strives to become an even better athlete.
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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 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
If you're a dad that likes to workout, why would you go to the gym when you have perfectly good weights at home? That's right, the kids make perfect weights!
Then, Demi Bagby isn't satisfied with simply strolling into the store — she has to climb it first. Sure this kind of stunt isn't necessary, but so are most of the things you buy at those kinds of stores anyway. View Now
When an ambulance shows up on a runway, it's rarely a good thing. This time is different, though. Eric Tucker has been a pilot since he was 17 and has had a dream of landing a J3 Piper Cub on a car. It took a lot of calculations and skill in order to even attempt this kind of stunt. Once he had the ambulance (the type of vehicle they decided was strong enough) and the runway, he was off to make his dream come true.
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Curtis Lee is a beast on the pull-up bar. He spent six months deployed in Djibouti, Africa where he began weight training and has been working on his fitness ever since. Not only can he do pull-ups, but he's a talented dancer who can freestyle some sweet moves in the process.
Next, we all know curling is the best sport in the Winter Olympics, but these wrestlers have put a new spin on the sport. Clearly, they're having a lot of fun using their sweaty bodies to create a game of human curling on the gym floor. You do you, dudes. 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
Carlos Sainz, Cyril Despres and Stéphane Peterhansel are the best in the racing game and they're taking the new MINI John Cooper Works Buggy out for a little test drive before the big 2019 Dakar Rally. The three are part of the RedBull X-raid MINI JCW Team and they're out in the dunes of Morocco making sure all their opponents know what they're up against. View Now
Grab the tissues for this touching story — you might need them! Born with cerebral palsy, Justin Gallegos doesn't have much control over his muscles and body coordination, but he's always loved running and is on the cross country team at the University of Oregon. Gallegos had just finished his cross country race in this Elevation 0m video when he received the surprise of a lifetime. View Now
The only castles that get conquered these days are White Castles restaurants when we visit for lunch. Still, that didn't stop Red Bull from holding their "Conquer The Castle" competition in Demark. There were 32 men and 32 women competing in this extreme obstacle course at the famous Egeskov Castle. View Now
Austrian stunt rider Günter Schachermayr lives for the adrenaline rush. He's always looking for new crazy stunts to attempt and wanted to see if he could bungee jump with his Vespa scooter. There were many safety concerns that came with the stunt, but with a smart team, he was able to pull off this thrill of a lifetime. View Now
Dutch soccer player Robin van Persie was in his hometown of Rotterdam when he spotted some schoolchildren and decided to drop in for a little surprise meet-and-greet. The excited kids mobbed the athlete for a chance to say hello and take some pictures and almost didn't let him drive away.
New fathers cherish the moment their baby says "dada" for the first time, but after hearing mommy call daddy "bae" all day long, the little guy seems to think that's daddy's name. 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
Roughly three years ago, Dominik Hernler stumbled upon this abandoned quarry near Lake Millstatt in Carinthia. So, knowing this would one day make an epic cable wakeboard playground, he returned to this spot with some buddies and they got to building. This Red Bull video shows the awesome tricks, jumps and stunts they were able to pull off. 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
Who's up for a quick game of Chinlone? Oh, you've never played it before or even heard of it? Don't worry, as long as you're extremely athletic, good at martial arts, and you've been practicing since you were a child, like these villagers in Myanmar, you'll do fine! View Now
37-year-old father of two Takeshi Teruya is a motorsports enthusiast and drifting driver who had a crazy brilliant idea. He wanted to build a drifting track on his own property, around his own house. He dropped nearly $10,000 on his passion project, but if you ask him, he'll say it was all worth it. If you ask his wife, however, you might get a different answer. View Now
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
Weaving in and out of buildings while flying through the air is pretty dangerous — but Matt Lajeunesse is brave enough to do it. Without wearing a wingsuit, Matt falls long enough to gain airspeed to then use his body as a wing — much like skydiving. 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
Daniel Kofler is a great speedflyer. Like, he's really, really great! Check out how close to the ground he gets in this video, were he's practically cutting the grass at super high speeds. This is definitely the most effective way to get downhill.
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Eighteen-year-old George King has been free climbing since he was 10, and now he's become the very first person to climb the tallest free-standing wall in the United Kingdom (118 feet) without any safety gear. He was able to accomplish the incredible feat, but only after many years of hard work and training. Aka, don't try this at home, kids. View Now
If you're adventurous and you live in China, then making the jump from plank to plank across this nearly 500-foot tall bridge at a theme park sounds like fun. Well, it was almost a disaster for one man. The safety rope he was attached to suddenly detached before the man reached safety. Fortunately, nothing happened, but authorities are getting involved. View Now
It's always disheartening when adults overshadow children having fun, just like in this shocking video posted by Twitter user Stephen Salyers. At a Pee Wee football game in Virginia, some of the parents joined the kids in a handshake line post game when a fight broke out. View Now
Madi and Tallara are acrobatic yoga twins, but they're not the only ones! In fact, they are hanging out with another pair of acro yoga athlete twins, Jaz and Brooke. The four of them are teaming up to take over social media. View Now
Bad weather conditions stranded four teenagers at the bottom of a cliff while out surfing in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but luckily, rescue teams were able to come up with a plan to save them that involved pulling them up the cliff one by one.
And over on Langkawi Island, one unlucky lady was just trying to have a good time paragliding on the beach when unfortunately, her landing didn't go so smooth. While we don't quite see the rough landing, we definitely hear it. View Now