Watch this kitty climb a bouldering wall better than you! Okay, maybe you are really good at climbing, but Lalah does a really good job at this wall at Boulbaka2 in Okinawa, Japan, that was being build for humans. And she’s a cat. So: wow! (and 250.000 views on top of it…)
“She must have been eager for climbing up to the top before she became proper size to reach to the next hold(colored rocks) while watching people climbing everyday.”
Remember back in 2012 when daredevil Felix Baumgartner broke the speed of sound jumping from the edge of space?
While Federer and Nadal were sparring at the Australian Open, a ball boy took some of the spotlight when he performed an amazing one handed catch unexpectedly. Read more on Guyism.
Like so many fishermen before him,Francis Darracottwasn’t having much luck at all. So he and his buddies decided to move to a new spot. Finally they caught something! But it was the last thing they expected: a GoPro camera!
Repeat after me: I believe that we will win.
Whether you’re a fan of soccer/football, sports in general or even just the United States, this video will get you so pumped for Thursday’s World Cup match against Germany, even Angela Merkel will be believing in the power of red, white and blue.
Ted Harrison sliced together footage of Team USA players and fans from previous matches in a medley titled “One Moment Does Not Define Us.” The moment Ted is referring to is that goal scored by Portugal in the final seconds of Sunday’s match.
Win or lose (but hopefully win), no one can deny we’ve got spirit.
Professional extreme athlete Erik Roner teamed up with Go Pro Camera for a very creative, and dangerous, science experiment. Since the movie Mary Poppins, kids, and secretly adults, have been dreaming of floating down from the skies with an umbrella.
Well Roner finally did. He jumped out of a plane with just a very big umbrella over him to slow down his fall. It worked for a while, but then the cloth gave, and Roner had to use his backup parachute which he was obviously prepared for. All the action was of course caught on GoPro cameras.
When finally back on the ground, he closed with, “You’re welcome science. NASA is gonna be able to use that one for years to come.”
Daredevil Flaviu Cernescu truly lives up to his title. The extreme climber fearlessly scaled a 280 meter tall old abandoned chimney tower in Pitesti, Romania wearing no safety equipment at all, reports Barcroft. After reaching the top he even walked across the chimney on an old, thin metal girder. He wore a GoPro camera to capture his terrifying stunt which is not for the faint of heart.
The latest adrenaline-pumping video to go viral is this video by James Kingston, who admits is always looking for a new adventure. Wearing a GoPro Hero 3 camera, he climbs a 50 meter crane in Southampton, England.
Now, the two week old video has gone viral, garnering over 900,000 hits.