It’s amazing to view these three gymnasts balancing each other in the acrobatics world competition in 2018. Typically, all acrobatic gymnastics need to have incredible balance, strength, flexibility, agility, coordination, and endurance. But to achieve this skill, these girls would undoubtedly have had to be trained to a point of exhaustion.
The girl at the bottom is strong and focused enough to hold the other two. The middle girl seems to be extremely flexible and super strong, balancing both. The topmost girl is very determined and balanced. Overall their performance and coordination are absolutely spectacular.
Surfing A 100 Foot Wave
You definitely need binoculars to view this spectacular big wave surfer and extreme waterman Garrett McNamara. This American is known for breaking the world record for the largest wave ever surfed.
On January 2013, Garrett surfed a 100-foot wave in Nazare, Portugal. He has also ridden a tsunami with 300-foot waves formed by calving glaciers in South-Central Alaska.
Ouch to the max!
Ouch! What a painful experience! Poor guy, I hope he has it all safely covered. Is this part of the game? I heard it’s not listed in the rule book to hit someone in the groin.
Also, I don’t see any referee there, is he also injured?! C’mon dude, spare these people.
Montreal, Boxer Lucian Bute successfully defended his IBF super middleweight title over Glen Johnson. There was no denying this was a great fight and a great performance.
However, this picture may lead you to believe otherwise, not to mention coincide with the judge’s decision as to it not being a knockout. If it wasn’t a strong blow, then how could his skin show such incredible seismic waves?
Riding On Water
Robbie Maddison, a professional motorbike stunt rider & surfer, does seemingly impossible things and has set new records for riding on two wheels on water. He’s a man who makes his entire living off of doing things on a motorcycle that no one would ever think about.
It took nearly 2 years of preparation to design this motorcycle with a ski that would do the trick: to glide across the water. Though it wasn’t an easy task, he figured it out after several failed attempts. Now, finally, surfing and motorcycle riding have come together to conquer the world’s most challenging surfing spots.