HIGH DIVING
For a long time people were attracted by the opportunity to jump into the water from a great height. Sometimes it was an indicator of the jumper's courage and courage.…

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PARASAILING
Humanity has always sought to conquer the sky. Just remember the myth of the flight of Icarus, which took off, but crashed, rising too close to the sun. Later, Da…

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TICK DRAGGING
More and more young people and professional athletes prefer active recreation and getting a boost of vigor with the help of extreme sports, the determining condition for which is the…

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KAYAKING AT THE PUMPKINS

“The universe changes when you go kayaking,” the athletes say. From the surface of water, nature along the coast looks different. And you are completely new to perceive the body of water. It excites, and sometimes scares, with its unpredictability. Experienced kayakers warn: either you will love kayaking from the first trip, or, most likely, you will not board the boat anymore. This water sport catches once and for all.

The idea of ​​kayaking on an extreme pumpkin was inspired by pumpkin harvest festivals, which take place everywhere. For Native Americans, this solar product has been nutritional for centuries. Passion for the fetus was inherited by the sailing colonizers. Continue reading

AQUASTAND (AQUASTAND) – DRAWING UNDER WATER!

Ichthyander, the hero of the story of the same name by Alexander Belyaev, is familiar to many. He could be under water indefinitely, playing with dolphins, but nowhere in this literary work does he mention that he was engaged in any activity under water. He saw amazing underwater worlds, but could not convey to anyone his impressions of them.

The first person known in history to paint landscapes under water was the Irishman W.H. Pritchard. He was born in 1866, lived for 90 years and all his life portrayed the underwater world. His paintings were a great success, they were readily acquired. Pritchard had many followers in the 20th century. One of them is Andre Laban, who worked in the team of Jacques Yves Cousteau, for 21 years. He was a chemist by education, so he developed a composition that makes the canvas suitable for work in water. Continue reading

5 most extreme sports (part 2)
Volcano Surfing If skiing or sledding in the snow is not extreme enough, it's time to go on a trip to an active volcano. Landing on a volcano or surfing…

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ALEXANDER Ilyin - REAL EXTREME!
Alexander Aleksandrovich Ilyin is one of the most extreme snowboarders, occupying 25th place in the world freeride rating. Standing on the board at the age of 26, he continues his…

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BAREFOOTING - FEET INSTEAD OF SKIS (BAREFOOTING)
Who would have thought that barfuting will come in water skiing. An explosion of popularity was provided to him by water sports enthusiasts from Florida - they posted a video…

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AKVATLON
Underwater wrestling, commonly known as Aquatlon, is a water sport in which two masked and fins compete under water in an attempt to peel off each other’s ankle. HISTORY OF…

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