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Wingsuit flying involves wearing a suit that allows a person to glide before landing with the use of a parachute.
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While generally involving protection with ropes, ice climbing is nevertheless hugely challenging and risky.
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Snowboarding, while developed in the '60s and '70s, finally became an official Winter Olympic sport in 1998.
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A genuinely dangerous obsession, bungee jumping owes its thrills as much to the rebound as to the original free fall.
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Recent viral phenomenon parkour involves racing through an environment by vaulting, rolling, running, climbing and jumping.
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Rock climbing can range from the relatively safe challenge of rope-protected climbing to the madness of free soloing without ropes.
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Imagine a mix between snowboarding, surfing and skydiving and you've got skysurfing.
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BASE jumping stands for parachute jumping from fixed objects such as buildings, antennas, spans (bridges) and earth (cliffs).
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Relatively new on the extreme sport circuit, stunt pogoing involves performing crazy stunts or tricks on a pogo stick.
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Skateboarding needs no introduction.
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Modern technology has given hang gliders the ability to stay in the air for hours and travel for nearly 200 miles.
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Powerbocking involves jumping and running with elastic-like spring-loaded stilts, which are called "kangaroo boots" in Australia.
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White water rafting can range from simple and safe to extremely dangerous and deadly.
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Surfing, long a favorite activity in Hawaii, owes its widespread popularity to the Hawaiian Olympic swimmer Duke Kahanamoku.
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Skydiving has become a popular extreme means for people to overcome personal fears.
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