About a month ago 164 people jumped out of perfectly good airplanes with one thought in mind: breaking the world record for the largest ever vertical skydving formation. It took 13 tries, but the group ended up smashing the old record (set in 2012) of 138 skydivers...
We've seen people doing it blindfolded, underwater, on a roller coaster, 3 at a time, one-handed, while kicking a soccer ball, on a trampoline, on a surfboard, etc., but Chris Walker has taken the solving of a Rubik's Cube to a whole new level (or height):
I could do that too, assuming all the sides of the cube were the same color, and I didn't have to jump out of an airplane...
I just found yet another activity that I most certainly will NOT take part in. Wingsuiting. Nope, not for me. Especially after watching Uli Emanuele jump off a mountain in hopes of flying through a 2-meter gap in some big rocks.
I've added wingsuiting to the other entries on my "Will Not Do" list, which already includes:
The British Army Parachute Regiment has an outstanding show team called "The Red Devils" that's quite famous and very well regarded.
Today, they're even more famous and even better regarded because of an incident at a recent airshow. The team was performing at the Whitehaven Air Show in Cumbria on Friday when the incident happened...