Vince Reffet, a French stuntman renowned the world over for his daring deeds, died on Tuesday morning in a training accident in Dubai. He certainly didn’t waste any of his 36 years on this planet.
After sharing more than 300 videos and amassing more than a million fans, Wu Yongning suddenly went silent. Then, his girlfriend came out with the truth.
Luke Aikin takes daredevil to the next level, jumping 25 000 feet from above the Earth’s surface without the safety of a parachute.
It’s a stunt unlike any pulled off before, because if one person drops the ball on this one it’s game over. Thankfully that wasn’t the case.
Ag, just popping out for a quick kite surf attached to the mast of a yacht – daredevil Alex Thomson has outdone himself with this effort.
Taking tightroping to a new height, daredevil Nik Wallenda walks across his longest feat yet in this video straight outa Wisconsin.
Have you ever dreamt of flying through the air like a superhero down the side of a volcano? Of course you have, but no one would attempt such a thing would they?
During their last visit in Hong Kong, Russian daredevils Vadim Makhorov and Vitaly Raskalov decided to climb a massive skyscraper and hack its billboard.
Yesterday, a British man made history by becoming the first person to jump from a helicopter at 2 400ft, without a parachute, and survive.
This is ridiculous, watch as these clearly insane people calmly cross a ravine, on a rope, 700m from the ground! It’s terrifying, logic-defying, awe-inspiring and incredible all at the same time, and once you start watching there’s no way you can stop. Click through for the video.
Russian daredevil Tyomka Pirniazov free-climbed up to the ornate Soviet star on top of the 200 metre tall, Stalin-era Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building in Moscow. Which is made a little more impressive by the fact that he spent the duration of the climb with a camera clenched in his mouth.