Felix Baumgartners supersonic freefall from 128k Mission Highlights
Release! I know the whole world is watching nowâ€¦ I'm going home now. Jumper away. Speed 725. Showing Felix at a stable descent. And Felix is back down to Earth safely. The new world record holder.
Debbie Doo Friends Lets Star Jump Dance Song For Children
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Top 10 Deadliest Stunts Ever Performed
Welcome to Top10Archive! Stunt performershave captivated audiences for centuries with their death defying feats, all having theirown inherent risks involved. While injury and death are not uncommon for this dangerousprofession, some quot;daredevilsquot; still do not use safety equipment. For this installment,we're taking a look at the deadliest stunts ever performed, from a human speed bump tojumping across the Grand Canyon, we're counting down our pick of the top 10 deadliest stuntsever performed. 10. Human Speed BumpTom Owen is a Body builder from Birmingham, Alabama that has nicknamed himself the quot;HumanSpeed Bump.quot; Owen has been featured in Stan
Lee's Superhumans television program and holdsthe Guinness World Record for most vehicles to run over the stomach. For the record, Owenallowed nine 3,000 to 4,000kilogram or 6,500 to 9,000pound trucks to pass over him inMilan, Italy on April 26th 2009. s believe that this unnatural feat of strength lieswithin Owen's huge abdomen muscles which act as a pillow. The rest of his body is not nearlyas strong though, having broken his ribs and his back by completing the famous truck passover.Owen has also suffered injuries from other passovers due to operator error, and now usesa specially built ramp to help guide the vehicle over his stomach.9. Jumping the Grand Canyon
Most have heard of Evel Knievel, but not manyknow he had a dream to jump across the Grand Canyon on his motorcycle. Unfortunately, hewould never accomplish this goal, but his son Robbie Knievel would. Robbie performedthe stunt on May 20th, 1999, soaring 228 feet or 69 meters across a narrow gap of the canyonthat belonged to the Hualapai Nation, an American Indian tribe. Breaking his own Guinness WorldRecord for the longest distance jump at 223 feet or 68 meters, Robbie risked plunging2,500 feet or 762 meters to his death if he failed. Robbie used a 500 cc motorcycle, reaching80 miles or 129 kilometers per hour on the takeoff ramp while fireworks erupted in thebackground. Although Robbie cleared the jump,
he lost control of the bike on his landing,breaking his leg in the crash. 8. English Channel CrossingNicknamed the Jet Man, Yves Rossy is a Swiss military trained pilot and aviation enthusiast.He has invented a series of experimental individual jet packs, which he sometimes tests and presentsin high profile events staged around the world. In 2008, Rossy made a flight over the AlpsMountain Range, reaching speeds of 189 miles or 302 kilometers per hour. In 2009, he attemptedto cross the Strait of Gibraltar, hoping to be the first to traverse between two continentswith a jet pack, but strong winds and cloud banks forced him to ditch into the sea 3 milesor 5 kilometers from the Spanish Coast. On
September 26th, 2008, Rossy leapt from a helicopterat an altitude of 8,200 feet or 2,500 meters over Calais, France where he began to crossthe English Channel at speeds of over 125 miles or 200 kilometers per hour. The 22mileor 35kilometer flight to England took 13 minutes and could've been disastrous as thechannel is one of the world's busiest shipping lanes, and Rossy's jet wing wasn't designedfor landing in water. 7. Red Bull Space JumpFelix Baumgartner climbed to 128,100 feet or ',045 meters in a helium filled balloonon October 14th, 2012 for a mission that took Baumgartner and his team five years to trainand prepare for, with the purpose of improving
our scientific understanding of how the bodycopes with the extreme conditions near space. Jumping from the stratosphere, Baumgartnerreached an estimated 833.9 miles or 1,342.8 kilometers per hour, making him the firstman to break the speed of sound in free fall. He also broke two other records that day,one for the highest free fall and one for the highest manned balloon flight. The entiretrip back to Earth lasted 9 minutes and 9 seconds, with 4 minutes and 22 seconds ofthat time being in free fall. 6. Tight Rope Walking Between Hot Air BalloonsAisikaier Wubulikasimu was the cause of nerve wracking scenes in Yunnan Province, Chinawhen the tightrope walker traveled between