PEOPLE ARE AMAZING 2017 ** FEAR IS JUST A STATE OF MIND 2 **

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PEOPLE ARE AMAZING ** FEAR IS JUST A STATE OF MIND 2 **
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Compilation of the best extreme sports in the world, X-Games , Nitro circus, and tricks,bmx, mtb freestyle, stunts, backflips and tricks, Downhill longboarding, swimming with killer whales, frozen lake free dive, russian building climbers, humpback whales, kite surfing, cigar boat racing, the fastest bike in the world, 236 feet, WORLD RECORD Free Dive Under Ice 250 Feet, Longest Freedive Under Ice, 80 foot jumps, World’s Biggest MTB Jumps, 850-horsepower Trophy Truck, monster energy ballistic bj baldwin recoil, free diving , 007 bungee jump, freestyle, redbull, drone footage, GoPro 3,4,5 , flips, deep sea free diving, Tiger sharks, world record tricks, monster energy, world record people are awesome, people are insane, people are amazing, 2016, 2017, vines.

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No Resolve – Kill Us

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The Fallen State – Nova

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Stig Åvall Severinsen born March 8, 1973 is a Danish freediver. He is a four-time world freediving champion and holder of multiple Guinness World Records.

Combining yoga and his knowledge of physiology in freediving, Severinsen became a record holder of four AIDA freediving world records. He achieved two Guinness World Records in 2010: in March that year he swam 236 feet (72 meters) under ice wearing only swimming trunks and goggles, exceeding Wim Hof’s record of March 2000 by 47.6 feet (14.5 meters); and in April, after inhaling pure oxygen, he held his breath for 20 minutes and 10 seconds in a tank full of sharks at the Kattegat Centre in Grenaa. In May 2012 he was awarded the record of “Longest time breath held voluntarily male” by Guinness World Records for holding his breath for 22 minutes this record was achieved in a tank at the London School of Diving with the water cooled to 30 °F (-1 °C). In April 2013 in Qorlortoq Lake in east Greenland, he set two new world records for “longest swim underwater – breath held”: 500 feet (152.4 meters) while wearing a wetsuit and monofin, taking 2 minutes, 11 seconds, and the following day, 250 feet (76.2 meters) wearing only swimming trunks.He announced that these would be his last record attempts and he would now concentrate on teaching.

Matthew Villegas
Rocky Robinson
Stig Severinsen
Nico Vink
Brendan Fairclough.
Vincent Tupin
Sam Reynolds
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Date: September 8, 2017