Who knew that pogo sticks were good for more than seeing how many times you could jump up and down without falling off? (World record: 206,864.) Or that you could use them to grind rails, jump off buildings, do flips and other moves usually reserved for the craziest bikers and most daring skateboar...
Wish you could fly in the sky, performing graceful acrobatics like so many skydivers on film and TV, but are too acrophobic to jump out of an aircraft? Well, have no fear -- or rather, keep it -- for you don't have to fall from great heights to experience the sensation of flight when you [...]
It doesn't seem possible, but these dancers catch so much air as they push off the side of a building, they seem to float in space.
Eleven of the world's best extreme athletes take part in a life-sized Mousetrap-like game, sponsored by who else: Red Bull.
As Felix Baumgartner prepares to plummet from 22 miles above the Earth, the Telegraph has posted this video to show how it should go.
In the quest to break the sound barrier without a vehicle, Felix Baumgartner jumps from a capsule 96,000 feet from the ground.
Jonathan Trappe plans to sail 2,500 miles over the Atlantic by the lifting power of 365 helium balloons.
A mashup of the greatest tricks, falls and jumps humanity has to offer. People are Awesome, 2012: Gotta-See Video
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