Cliff Slip and Slide in 50 Feet filmed with Hi-Tech Cameras


Outfitted with an impressive repertoire of camera tech, from stabilizers to super powerful 4K-capable digital cameras, Devon Graham’s crew can shoot in 1000 frames per second, the secret behind their wonderfully crisp slow-motion shots.

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Surf The Sky With The Rocky Mountain Flyboard


You can welcome the summer of 2014 by trying out the hottest new extreme water sport to hit the oceans – flyboarding. It looks magnificent even when not in use, but imagine seeing somebody hurtling through the air with a trail of saltwater behind them, bathed in sunlight and foam. Now that’s something worth saving up for.

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Atlas Fitness Identifies And Tracks Your Workout

The Atlas fitness tracker identifies your individual exercises, counts your reps and sets, calculates the calories you burn, measures your heart rate and evaluates your form, all while giving live feedback and looking extremely badass on your wrist. Quantify your workout in the most precise way available, with this wearable device that measures your success – your only responsibility is to do your workout.

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World Cup Jerseys for Flight Attendants in China

Flight attendants wearing Brazil soccer team jerseys walk along the aisle on an airplane travelling from Kunming to Hangzhou June 23, 2014. A Chinese airline company renovated the cabin of one of its flights then dressed the flight attendants with soccer jerseys as a way to celebrate the 2014 Brazil World Cup and hoping to attract more customers, local media reported. (Photo by Wong Campion/Reuters)

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Painted Fans of the Brazil World Cup 2014

A USA soccer fan waits for their team’s game against Portugal at the FIFA Fan Fest on Copacabana beach June 22, 2014 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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Pretty Fangirls of the World Cup 2014

A South Korean football fan reacts during a public screening in Seoul of the South Korea vs Russia football match at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, early on June 18, 2014. Giant television screens were erected around Seoul ahead of the country’s first game at the 2014 Brazilian World Cup. South Korea drew with Russia leaving both countries trailing Belgium who head the Group H table after beating Algeria 2-1 earlier. (Photo by Ed Jones/AFP Photo)

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Brazil Soccer Calendar by Tim Tadder

A 2014 Soccer Calendar, inspired by the World Cup, and commissioned by a beer company (we can’t provide client info) featuring women doing the 12 most famous moves in soccer. Tim Tadder traveled around Brazil shooting the backgrounds and collaborated with the talented Mike Campau to blend the scenes together to create a truely unique set of images.

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The Real Life Flying Water Hoverboard

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Back in 2011, French jet ski champion Franky Zapata launched the Flyboard, which sent swimmers skyward propelled by a jet of water. Three years on he’s put a new spin on the idea, revealing the Hoverboard by ZR. This new extreme-sport lives up to its futuristic namesake and offers riders an experience that sits somewhere between surfing and flyboarding.

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World Cup 2014 Fans’ Emotional Roller Coaster: The Agony and the Ecstasy

An England fan at a bar in London celebrates as Daniel Sturridge scores against Italy. (Reuters)

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Watching the Game

People watch the 2014 World Cup opening soccer match between Brazil and Croatia in Recife old town, Brazil, June 12, 2014. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

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Those Crazy World Cup Soccer Fans

A Chile soccer fan poses for a photograph in his Chile flag glasses before the start of his team’s World Cup match with Australia at the Arena Pantanal in Cuiaba, Brazil, Friday, June 13, 2014. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)

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World Cup Soccer Fans

A Brazil fan waits for the start of the group A World Cup soccer match between Brazil and Croatia, the opening game of the tournament, in the Itaquerao Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Thursday, June 12, 2014. (Photo by Felipe Dana/AP Photo)

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Hoverboard in Real Life by Franky Zapata


Zapata Racing was created by Franky Zapata and became known a few summers ago for the incredible Flyboard. Extending on the idea of the fun summer gadget, the company has now introduced the first real life Hoverboard. While Doc Brown and Tony Hawk did not end up presenting the first real hoverboards, as unveiled here, the Zapata Racing Hoverboard might come as close to the real deal from Back To the Future, as currently possible.

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World Cup: Parties and Protests

A boy gets his head painted as part of a promotional event ahead of the World Cup at a saloon in Mumbai, India, June 9, 2014. (Photo by Rafiq Maqbool/Associated Press)

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Urban Pole Dancing in Mexico

Pole dancers in Mexico have taken to the streets to celebrate their sport and show others the skills involved. The Pole Dance National Day celebration saw pole dancers gather in parks, outdoor gyms and on streets, using street lamps, sign posts and other objects to put on displays across Mexico City. Pole dancing, or Pole Fitness, is becoming an increasingly popular sport in Mexico, with many people seeing it as a means to improve their strength and fitness. The Urban Dance Pole day has now been running for four years and it aims to take away the sleazy stigma often attached to pole dancing.

A woman performs a pole dancing routine on a lamp post during the national day celebration of “Urban Pole” dance at a park in Mexico City June 8, 2014. (Photo by Tomas Bravo/Reuters)

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