There are so many life-threatening sports in the world, they have a collective name – extreme sports! From freehand rock climbing to diving and caving, thrills, excitement, and high difficulty have almost become synonymous with extreme sports, and more and more outdoor people are looking for this kind of pleasure. Let me introduce to you the ranking of top 10 extreme sports in the world: bullfighting is on the list, and wingsuit flying is the first. . Come and find out.
1. Wingsuit Flying
Wingsuit flight means that people wear professional wingsuit flight equipment to jump and glide from airplanes, hot air balloons, and cliffs, and use body movements to control the direction of gliding. Wingsuit flight is also divided into powered wingsuit flight and unpowered wingsuit flight. After the unpowered wingsuit enters the ideal flight state, the flying speed can reach about 200 kilometers per hour.
2. Free Solo
Free solo is a form of rock climbing, which refers to climbing without any auxiliary tools. Therefore, this kind of rock climbing requires extremely high climbing skills, and free solo is listed among the top ten dangerous sports in the world. Today, the United States is dominant on natural rock walls, while France is dominant on artificial rock walls. Non-professional rock climbers should not imitate at will.
HIGH-WIRE is just like its name, a steel wire is placed at a very high place. Professional athletes walk on a thin steel wire with a long balance stick. A good balance to ensure your own safety, if you are not careful, something will happen.
4. Speed Racer
Speed racer refers to driving a racing car with a speed of 300 kilometers per hour on the track. It has a history of 100 years since its origin. After continuous improvement and development, a more professional competition track came into being. Even so, some players were still injured or even died. There are also many ways to compete, and there are eight types of competitions in terms of competition forms, among which cross-country races are relatively dangerous.
Motorcycles on regular tracks are safer than motorcycles on various off-road routes of varying heights. The most deadly and spectacular event in the world is the Isle of Man TT motorcycle race. The average speed of the racing car can exceed 200 kilometers per hour. So far, more than 200 racers have died in car accidents during the race.
6. Cliff Diving
The most diving we have seen is in the diving venues of the Olympic Games, but diving on cliffs by the sea and cliffs between mountains is full of unknowns. The falling speed of a person when diving is very high, and once he jumps, he has no choice. Especially on seaside cliffs, no one knows what kind of challenges are waiting for extreme athletes under the cliffs.
Surfing is when an athlete stands on a surfboard and glides on huge waves of more than ten meters. Don’t underestimate the power of the waves. Wave after wave is the existence that can overturn the boat. Surfing has been developed so far and a series of relatively complete measures have been incorporated into the Olympic Games. But some people go surfing in unknown seas is also very dangerous behavior.
Bullfighting originated in Spain and has a history of several centuries or even thousands of years. It is a dangerous and elegant sport. In a bullfight, three matadors fight six bulls in total. The power of the bull’s horns cannot be underestimated. If you are hit by a bull, most people will be hurt a lot, so don’t try to imitate it.
9. Bungee Jumping
Bungee jumping is to fasten the jumper with an elastic safety rope, and the jumper stands on a bridge, a tower top, a high building, a crane or even a hot air balloon about 40 meters in height and jumps down. When the human body falls to a certain distance, the elastic rope will prevent the jumper from continuing to fall and bounce again. How exciting it is to be able to imagine that one time is not enough, and there are several free falls waiting for you.
Parkour is a popular fashion extreme sport nowadays. The venues for parkour can be outdoors, in the city, or indoor professional venues. However, the vast majority of professional parkourers choose to conduct parkour shows in cities. Parkour also has certain emphasis and requirements on physical coordination, talent, and psychological quality.