Jul 252012

The Pearls of Russia women’s skydiving team just set a new world record with their 88 person team flower formation in the sky.  reports the first two attempts were unsuccessful, but the third time did the trick. The video is featured on DigitalJournal, msnNow, and CurrentTV


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Jul 232012

Justin Bethel was the last athlete to go viral for his impressive vertical jump skills. The Presbyterian College football star jumped up 60 inches onto a box that’s been seen over 900,000 times online. 

But there’s always another athlete waiting around the corner to smash the record, and that athlete this time is work out obsessed . At his local Cream City CrossFit that he calls his second home, he impressively performed a 64 inch vertical jump.

Since the video was published over the weekend, it has amassed over 230,000 hits, and is featured on AllThingsGym and DailyPicks.




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Jul 092012

Aisikaier, a sixth-generation tightrope walker, has made world headlines, but not for successfully traversing a 700 meter tightrope backwards while blindfolded.

Rather, he’s being talked about around the globe for the fact that he fell, and amazingly caught himself, but then fell again with just 130 feet to go and failed at a second self-rescue. Luckily, the acrobat survived the fall.

Read more on BBC, DigitalJournalGawker, and PeopleDaily


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Jun 212012

Online musical group  broke a world record with their latest music video for Everything Changes. With no editing or digital trickery, they achieved their goal of 18 costume changes over the course of the music video. 

The video is getting a celebrity viral kick start from big names like Neil Patrick Harris and Ok Go, and is featured on LaughingSquid, RecordSetter, YouTubeTrends, and Devour


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Jun 192012

The  Live Stunt Team has made car history when they performed the first ever loop-the-loop on four wheels. In front of over 15,000 spectators at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban, South Africa, the stunt driver took on the Deadly 720.


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