Do not Repeat: The Most Dangerous Sports in the World

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Wingsuit flying

Wingsuit Flying

If you could gain one superhero power what would it be? How about flying? If parachuting is too easy for you and doesn’t bring real satisfaction any more than you should definitely try flying with the wingsuit, or as it is sometimes called a ‘bat suit’ – no wonder, large pieces of fabric between legs and hands remind the wings of the animal. The ‘wings’ considerably enlarge the area of the body enabling it to glide through air like a bird. Unfortunately, the power of the suit is not sufficient for the safe landing, and no matter how good you feel in the costume of a batman your flight will end up with the parachute deploy in any case. Still the minutes of free soar you experience before landing are in no way like traditional skydiving, so if you are looking for new emotions – you are welcome to try.


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Creeking

Creeking

Creeking is a kind of canoeing and kayaking – a very dangerous one. Unlike more traditional kinds of sport, creeking involves descending extremely steep whitewater, some professionals even dare to challenge real waterfalls. Creekers are subject to multiple dangers on their way, so if you want to try this one you should make sure you have enough experience to withstand the power of the water.

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