April 15, 2014 | Tags: Awesome, Extreme Sports, Featured, Inspiring, Sports, Videos
When he’s not working at Chapman University as a digital artist for Panther Productions, Alex Struppa, BFA Digital Arts ’11, is taking to the sky. He has a passion for skydiving, both competing in competitions and helping others learn the sport. Alex (along with his team, Perris Impulse) is currently preparing for the United States… Continue Reading
April 14, 2014 | Tags: Extreme Sports, Featured, People, Sports
WTC Parachutist James Brady was an ironworker at Ground Zero and the Freedom Tower before he parachuted off the top of the tower. He is facing serious charges. He claims it was a “once in a lifetime jump” but not something he would do again. The ironworker who parachuted from One World Trade Center said… Continue Reading
April 8, 2014 | Tags: Featured, Girls, Sports, Summer Time
I’m kinda missing summer and probably so are you.
April 3, 2014 | Tags: Awesome, Extreme Sports, Sports, Videos
Behind The Scenes – Insane Canyon Rope Swing The behind the scenes film was made by Parker Walbeck. He shot and edited the whole thing!
March 24, 2014 | Tags: Awesome, Extreme Sports, Sports, Videos
Three Daredevils BASE Jump From The NYC Freedom Tower The Manhattan district attorney’s office plans to charge Andrew Rossig, James Brady, Kyle Hartwell and Marco Markovich with burglary for their predawn plunge from the tower, a source told the Daily News. Three skydivers leaped off the building around 3 a.m. on Sept. 30 while a… Continue Reading
February 27, 2014 | Tags: Awesome, Extreme Sports, Sports, Videos
Two extreme sports professionals undertake a daring wingsuit fly-by of the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro. Norwegian Espen Fadnes and Frenchman Ludovic Woerth decided to attempt the stunt after drawing up a list of their dream flight destinations. The pair were ferried into position on trikes – the motorised hand gliders used… Continue Reading
February 18, 2014 | Tags: Extreme Sports, Featured, Other, Professional Sports, Sports
1. Lake Placid, New York, 1932 — III Winter Olympic Games James B. Sheffield Olympic Skating Rink Then: The 1932 Winter Games’ opening and closing ceremonies, along with speedskating and ice hockey events, were held in the Olympic Skating Park. Seating was constructed along the rink to hold 7,500 spectators. Now: The skating park was renovated to accommodate… Continue Reading