Kite management
The kite is controlled in the same way as an airplane - by giving the wing one degree or another roll. As reference points for determining the side of the…

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History of surfing and windsurfing
It is believed that the first surfers were Polynesians. According to Polynesian legends, their ancestors practiced skating on the board long before the settlement of the Polynesian islands. The first…

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Basic technique and features of dome acrobatics
Only mountains can be better than mountains! This motto is inherent in all those who are in love with parachuting and domed acrobatics in particular. Dome acrobatics is a sports…

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Travis Pastrana. The most extreme person on the planet

Name: Travis Alan Pastrana
Age 33 years old
Hometown: Annapolis, USA
Sponsors: Subaru, Suzuki, Showa, Samsung, Alpinestars, Thor MX, Red Bull, Ogio, Smith Optics, DC Shoes, Activision, Kicker Car Audio, Ethika, Nixon and many others

One of the most extreme people on the planet, winner of many motocross, freestyle and rally racing competitions, 17-time winner of X Games and founder of Nitro Circus. He performs on Suzuki motorcycles. All his bikes and cars are marked with the number 199, which Travis considers happy for himself. Continue reading

Basic technique and features of dome acrobatics

Only mountains can be better than mountains! This motto is inherent in all those who are in love with parachuting and domed acrobatics in particular. Dome acrobatics is a sports discipline, the forefront of which is the scale and entertainment, as well as the coherence of team actions.

What is dome acrobatics?
Dome acrobatics is one of the varieties of parachuting, the ultimate goal of which is to build various figures in the air from open canopy parachutes. This direction is significantly different from the rest of the group acrobatics presented in parachuting. Continue reading

Freestyle – Extreme Olympic Sports

Freestyle “Free style”, translated from English means “free style” – a relatively young type of skiing, since the 1950s, has managed to gain popularity, and is rightfully included in the program of the Winter Olympic Games. Freestyle disciplines: ski acrobatics, moguls, ski cross, half-pipe, and a very young slopestyle. Also include two non-Olympic disciplines – “New School skiing” and the abolished “ski ballet”. All these types require incredible dexterity, courage and bravado from athletes. After all, they are accompanied by a huge risk to health, and are more than traumatic.

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How to escape from an avalanche
Snow avalanches themselves, about where the probability of their descent is greater, where there is less, how to independently determine the avalanche hazard of a potential skiing place, is described…

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What is the difference between a longboard and a skate?
Many of those who have never seen a board for longboarding close by, but ride a skateboard themselves, wonder - what is the difference between a longboard and a skate,…

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Mountaineering
“A clever man will not go uphill - a clever mountain will go around” - the proverb is not about climbers. These guys just climb the peaks in order to…

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Madness Technology: Thousand Balloon Flying
Probably, it seems to you that to rise above the peaks of Elbrus on a bunch of balloons is a completely insane undertaking? It seems right to you. But to…

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