Mario Fattoruso skydive at the Swoop Freestyle FAI World Championships wasn't a winning jump, but this time that didn't matter. Almost immediately, his chute became tangled and he was spinning out of control. Luckily, his reserve chute opened safely, but he missed the landing zone.
Next, Roland Brunnbauer has only been paragliding for about three years but already he's blowing our minds and jumping with the best in the world. Using the new GoPro Fusion camera, he's able to get these crazy 360-degree shots while he stands on his buddy's parachute. View Now
Typically, BASE jumpers plan their landing patterns ahead of time but Matt has something else in mind. By performing a maneuver called the "helicopter," he intends to rotate and face the wall for a moment before making contact with the earth below. He says most BASE jumpers would freak at this! View Now
Kaylee Foster had an amazing Friday night! Not only did the 17-year-old become Ocean Springs High School in Mississippi's newest homecoming queen, she scored the game-winning extra point for the football team. View Now
The lifesize inflatable T-Rex costumes will forever be one of our favorites. Red Bull athlete Casper Steinfath is suiting up and taking the board out to sea for a one-of-a-kind foiling experience. View Now
When you have your water skis on and you tell somebody to "hit it," you better be ready for them to hit it. Greg wasn't as ready as he thought and was lucky to keep all his limbs intact.
Then, Chase Christman recently reposted the time he and his friends touched the moon for the first time. maybe those inflatable rafts should come with seatbelts?
Finally, the only way you could pull off a flip like this and not hit your head on the way into the pool is if you're Red Bull athlete Pasha the Boss. View Now
Back in the day, if you wanted to learn how to backflip on your bike, you just had to try it and hope you didn't break your body in half. These days, there are much safer ways to learn to backflip. Seth from Seth's Bike Hacks went to one of these safer facilities to learn how to backflip on his mountain bike, but not without having a few painful fails first. View Now
Learning a new skill requires the utmost patience and continual practice. Adnan Can is a 30-year-old dude who wanted to challenge himself to learn how to do tricks on a skateboard. So, bearing that in mind, he documented an entire year of his progress. From simply being a form of transportation, Adnan now uses the skateboard to push himself to try new tricks. View Now
Alex Falcone is a comedian and YouTuber. What he's not is a synchronized swimmer, but that won't stop him from trying. He joined the Rose City Raindrops, a team of synchronized swimmers, to find out what it takes to be graceful in the water. Based on how well he did in the pool, he'll be needing all the coaching he can get. View Now
Slip-N-Slides are fun. Slip-N-Slides-N-Skydiving is even more fun, and we have an awesome video from DevinSuperTramp to prove it! This is the kind of sport we wish we could try out for ourselves. If you'd like to know how they pulled off these incredible stunts, check out the "Behind-The-Scenes" video below.
Drones are an amazing piece of technology with the ability to capture some spectacular sights. A video by Mr Steele is certainly one of those instances. Watch as a drone keeps up with the drifting action at the #GRIDLIFE South Festival at Road Atlanta in Georgia. You'll be impressed. View Now
Melissa Wheeler and Coral Jade have an excellent relationship with hula hoops. Not only can they sway with every rotation but they absolutely control the hoop's every movement. We are impressed, ladies! View Now
For Kylee Austin, the birth of her twins should have been a totally positive experience. But the flood of negative comments after she posted pictures of her body afterward changed that feeling. Due to complications from the pregnancy, the bikini competitor now had to deal with severely sagging stomach skin and stretch marks. Over time, Kylee has learned to accept her "flaws" and embrace her body.
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Maybe you've gone wakeboarding once or twice but do you have what it takes to compete in the Nautique WWA Wakeboard World Championships? Athletes from all over the world met in Miyoshi City, Japan to compete in this year's fierce competition. View Now
YouTuber Lel m8 made a promise to his followers when his channel hit 100,000 subscribers he would do something very chill, like relax at the spa. Just kidding, he promised to flip over his friend's car as it drove at him going 30 miles-per-hour. His girlfriend was nervous about the stunt, but after a few warm-up attempts, they did the real thing! His final flip was not only successful, he made it look easy (because he's a trained professional, after all). View Now
When Anthony Brown learned that his sister had diabetes, he stepped onto the scale himself. He weighed 375 pounds and knew he needed to change his lifestyle. At first, he tried healthy eating, then changed his mind. He didn't fall off the wagon though. In fact, he lost over 180 pounds since then and he still eats junk food! He eats smaller portions and gets in a good workout in order to get those results. View Now
It takes time to learn and grow into one's skills. Sean Sevestre started his "tricking" journey 10 years ago and since his beginning, he's advanced in his craft. Lucky for us, Sean has compiled a video of the last 10 years so we can see how he's improved despite suffering some setbacks along the way. View Now
Next time we need somebody to get something off the top shelf, we're gonna call Dexton Crutchfield. His social media posts have caused quite the sensation with his insane jumps. From jumping across a road, on top of a fridge, even jumping into his own pants, he's been blowing people away. In fact, his jumping skills landed him a scholarship to Iowa Western Community College! View Now
Not all BASE jumpers are experienced rock climbers which is why Matthias Giraus has asked Lizzy VanPatten for help. They're out in Moah, Utah to climb Ancient Art tower for one epic exit point. The trip up there is totally crazy! View Now
When Brandon Kerrigan was 15-years-old, he spent 135 days in a hospital waiting for a new heart. His experience has inspired him to raise awareness and money for organ transplantation to help reduce wait times. In doing so, Brandon and his friend Brooke Kinney are biking 2,800 miles across America. Brandon wouldn't be alive today without the organ donor who gave him a heart, so this is his way of giving back and embracing his second chance at life. View Now
Who knew that skateboarding and parkour went together as well as peanut butter and chocolate? Well, Jose Angeles apparently knows that and has no problem blowing us away with his skills in Brussels, Belgium. All these jaw-dropping stunts (and even fails) were recorded by DevinSuperTramp. View Now
Extreme sports aren't just for adults, kids can get in on the action too. That includes fails as well. The FIS Junior Freestyle Big Air Championships in Cardrona, New Zealand features some of the best youth extreme sports athletes in the world. They may be smaller than normal athletes, but the fails and wins are just as huge. View Now
You know that feeling when you're trying to do parkour but there is no good platform around to jump off? Yeah, neither do we. Sydney Olson was nervous at first about flipping off of Erik's abs, but she did it and she managed to hurt him. Not only that, but she did it twice! View Now
Paragliding can be such a majestic, peaceful sport. Sailing through the air as you view the beautiful landscape can make you forget about all your troubles. It can also make you forget how to land properly. This glider pilot landed upside down in the brush. He's okay though.
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The NFL regular season starts in one week, and lots of fans are getting ready for Fantasy Football. That means more videos of the losers will be going viral very soon. So, how can you avoid that fate? View Now