Old School Parkour
Watch how it was done in the good old days!
Parkour was developed in France, primarily by Raymond Belle, and further by his son David Belle and his group of friends, the self-styled Yamakasi, during the late 1980s. The discipline was popularised in the late 1990s and 2000s through films, documentaries, and advertisements featuring the Yamakasi.
On the 40th anniversary of Evel Knievel’s ill-fated jump over the fountains at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on December 31, 2007, Maddison broke the world record for motorcycle jumping, travelling 322.6 feet. He has since jumped 350.98 feet.
Epic Dunks on Moving Train
Truly amazing dunks by Dunking Devils, 50m above a river! Dunking Devils are pushing the limits of what is possible in acrobatic basketball. Their motto is: "There's one true direction. Up!"
It was determined that Bruce Lee’s speed to react and punch from a distance of three feet away was five hundredths of a second. This is why directors had to shoot his fight scenes at 32 frames per second instead of the usual 24 because he was so fast and to make them seem more realistic!