A pair of Americans on Wednesday completed what had long been considered the world’s most difficult rock climb, using only their hands and feet to ascend a 3,000-foot vertical wall on El Capitan, the forbidding granite pedestal in Yosemite National Park that has beckoned adventurers for more than half a century.
Sacrifice makes its presence felt in all forms of sport, and, as extreme athletes expand the boundaries beyond conventional competition, and bring that sense of intensity into the world of nature, the level of that sacrifice, too, may be intensified.
After an 11-year run, the X Games are skating, riding and revving away from LA.
Looking for something extreme to do this weekend in Los Angeles? Well, you are in luck. Also, helmets and appropriate safety gear. The X Games are back, and it is time to turn local sports […]
Kids are taking skateboarding to deadly new extremes and CBS2 caught it on tape. More adolescents and teens are “bombing” – where skateboarders skate down hills at speeds up to 45 mph, often without helmets.
Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush by leaping from a plane and enjoy the storied sites of Los Angeles. If you are not ready to brave the plane, you can also try your hand at indoor […]
Anyhoo… the real number you want to see is: how high up are they?
There’s still time to take in some extreme, dangerous, don’t-try-this-at-home-kids action at the X games at Staples Center. What are the X Games? They’re ESPN’s contribution to the world of extreme sports competition. The Summer […]