Bobsled, Luge & Skeleton Racer
Talk about a slippery situation on thin ice. Sliding sports offer all kinds of chances for danger and disaster, a fact that was hammered home by the tragic death of luger Nodar Kumaritashvili at the 2010 Winter Olympics. With mere fractions of a second often the difference between victory and defeats, racers wear precious little padding under their aerodynamic suits, hoping for any advantage. But when crashes occur, the consequences are often serious: Canada's four-man bobsled team were fortunate to escape alive when their sled disintegrated after a high-speed accident at a World Cup race in Germany last month.
The world's most prestigious one-on-one basketball tournament brought 32 King of the Rock finalists from 23 countries to face off on the prison exercis... More The world's most prestigious one-on-one basketball tournament brought 32 King of the Rock finalists from 23 countries to face off on the prison exercise yards of Samasana Island to showcase their own individual skills. With two courts in simultaneous game play, the night was packed with action and emotions. Guest host NBA rising star Harrison Barnes from the Golden State Warriors witnessed all the action and confirmed: "It took a lot of strength and heart to win here." After 5,429 head-to-head competitions all around the world it was Kivanc Dinler from Turkey, who was crowned as King of the Rock 2014. Red Bull Media House
Date 14-09-12, Duration 2:37, Views 559