The 99 per cent crash the party in Montreal
It might just be the richest sport in the world, and it landed in Québec this weekend, just as the province is wrapped up in a mix of anger, resentment and riots over student tuition hikes and a debate about social justice. Talk about timing! And Formula 1's Canadian Grand Prix certainly fanned the flames of anger in la belle province, as the race, seen symbolically as a sport for the uber-rich elites...the "one per cent" if you will, came face to face with the popular uprising. Still, it's hardly the only athletic pursuit commonly associated with wealth. Wondering how the other half work up a sweat? Here's a look at some sports that tend to be cash-intensive.
During an accelerated freefall level 3 lesson, this student skydiver named Eugene S. experienced an incredibly tense moment after ending up on his back... More During an accelerated freefall level 3 lesson, this student skydiver named Eugene S. experienced an incredibly tense moment after ending up on his backside. Luckily one of his quick thinking instructions managed to stabilize his spinning motion after getting into a safe position.
Date 14-09-22, Duration 1:25, Views 3433