Australian acrobat Aiden Malacaria set a Guinness World Record yesterday for the most fire-breathing full twist backflips in one minute. He had to hit eight of them but made it to ten. From Guinness World Records:
Each jump had to be a complete 360° backwards flip and, whilst airborne, Aiden needed to perform a 360° lateral spin, and blow a flame, without falling – making this challenge both exhausting and risky.
Max Roucheau barely avoids getting his tow line caught in his spokes as he barrels through a field and jumps over a residential street.
Watch freerunner Jiemba Sands of Tasmania get over a short chainlink fence in a variety of different ways like it’s no big deal. Now watch his blooper reel: (Bored Panda)
There’s nothing like a bloodless decapitation to get someone’s attention.
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