extreme sport


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extreme sport

a sport that is physically hazardous, such as bungee jumping or snowboarding
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Lorna Smith, North Yorkshire Having recently suffered a double fracture of the right ankle while hitting the wee white ball at 89, can golf now be regarded as an extreme sport? David Coss, Cumbria I went up in a hot air balloon for my 70th birthday, and I would like to do a wing walk for charity.
Extreme sports are known for high speeds, great heights, or risky stunts.
FFION: I'm not really one for extreme sports of any kind - but I'd love to be able to skydive one day to raise money for charity ....and to conquer my fear of heights !
That probably has more of an impact than the X Games and other extreme sport competitions."
Extreme sports have become very popular these days.
Description: Epidemiology of Injury in Adventure and Extreme Sports collects current review articles on the frequency and distribution of injuries and the factors contributing to injuries in adventure and extreme sports.
MOVES to boost the number of extreme sports activities in Redcar and Cleveland are being considered.
The Flugtag, which invited participants to design and build flying contraptions, which were then launched from a 30-foot-high ramp, signalled Red Bull's extreme sport debut.
In a curious twist, the researchers also found some extreme sport buffs feel they hold little sway in romantic relationships.
Thousands of extreme sport enthusiasts from across Europe entertained the crowds with BMX, in-line skating, surfing, snow sports, mountainboarding, extreme circus skills and more.
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