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With her legs still bound together by the bungee rope, the 22-year-old was dragged underwater when her rope snagged on nearby rocks.
SAQ - standing for speed, agility, quickness - is a gym room assault course which uses gel-filled cushions and bungee rope waist bands.
An ankle harness is also joined up to the leads linked on to the elastic bungee rope.
I say 'broke up': actually, the bungee rope snapped.
TANCY hangs heavier in the air than a tubby fella on a bungee rope as soul stylists and the sharpest boys about town The Method launched their long awaited debut album at The Globe's equally well-heeled surrounds.
And he did so in style - plunging 80 feet on a bungee rope into a tank of ice-cold water.
Compressed yellow millet and some Red broomcorn form the shape of a little human bungee jumper, with a bungee rope, and is very entertaining for birds and BBQ-ers alike.
After what felt like an eternity, I felt the bungee rope do what it's supposed to.
New Zealander A J Hackett developed the bungee rope and advertised his achievement by jumping off the Eiffel Tower in 1986.
But after a four-year break from ITV1's This Morning programme, this week the weather presenter bounced back - with the help of a bungee rope.
The firm inserted rings at equal spacing, to which I attached bungee rope and clips and fixed the other end of the ropes to the edge of the frame.
Whether it is getting married by an Elvis Presley impersonator in Las Vegas, or at the end of a bungee rope in Australia, doing something different for your big day is fast becoming the norm, rather than the exception.