Supersonic Freefall – Red Bull Stratos CGI

Red Bull Stratos

In the summer of 2012, Felix Baumgartner will attempt a record-breaking freefall jump from 120,000 feet – 23 miles – above the earth as part of Red Bull Stratos: a mission to the edge of space. The attempt will take place near Roswell, NM, USA, and if successful, Felix Baumgartner could be the first person […]

Ekstremsportveko 2012 – Todays Video – BEST OF

Ekstremsportveko 2012 1

Ekstremsportveko is the largest sport and music festival of its kind, and is hosted every year in Voss, Western Norway. We host competitions in kayaking, rafting, mtb-bmx, kiting, skydiving, paragliding, hanggliding, multisport, freeride, big air, climbing, BASE and longboarding. For one whole week national and international athletes compete and challenge themselves in the elements. However, […]

Why We Jump


I wanted to take a new perspective with skydiving, and ask the simple question “Why Do You Jump”. From jumpers who have made a career from the skydive industry, to some of the best skydivers in the world. Why they jump and how it feels are given a unique insight. Coupled together with some of […]



The ultimate dream of flight – soaring through the air, with total freedom in all three dimensions, not within a heavy and complicated machine but with only one’s body and sensations – a dream everybody had at least once in their life. JETMAN made it real. Check out this link where Jetman races a Jet

Seize the day

Sieze the Day

What are you all waiting for? Music: Wax Tailor feat. Charlotte Savary – Seize the day While we’re on Wax Tailor; music video to another chill song from him – ‘Dragon Chasers’

Felix Baumgartner’s Test Jump from approximately 71,580 feet

Felix Test Jump

On March 15, 2012, Austria’s Felix Baumgartner jumped out of a space capsule from an altitude of approximately 71,580 feet as the Red Bull Stratos project moved forward into the manned flight stage in New Mexico. The 42-year-old rode the space capsule attached to a giant helium balloon above the so-called “Armstrong Line.” The goal […]

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