Skiing is definitely up there on the dangerous list. I am always worried about getting severely injured skiing, even when driving up to the hill, especially since so many people lack the common sense it takes to drive on a two-lane road. You never know what's around the corner and that scares me.
I've said this a few times now but I don't see wy big park types aren't rockin full face helmets yet. What we are doin is def on par with FMX if not even worse considering some of those monster cliffs.
Are you kidding me?! Quidditch is much more dangerous... But on a serious note I am very sorry about Sarah B. But I bet she would say the same thing as my dad."If I die from falling off a chairlift, you don't have to petition for seat belts on chairlifts, don't make it boring for he rest of you."
"You know when you fall you need to land in the afterbang position for maximum steeze, what ever you do."
The freestyle skiers aren't wannabe gangsters, it's the gangsters who's wannabe freestyle skiers.
I'm sure those illegal underground fighting leagues are more dangerous.
When I was in Bankok, I saw a midget almost lose to 5 roosters deathmatch with no time limit. Seeing that little guy swing a half dead rooster at the other ones made me indescribably happy.
The only thing that topped that was a few days later. It was a 5 round, reffed fight between a guy with no arms and a guy with no legs. Leggy had a hard time getting inside, and despite lying to the ref and fighting through a broken ankle, he was able to choke arm dude out at the end of the 3rd round.
Bromance Crew, since '08
ha we used to troll the shit out of the cheerleaders in high school when they said that cheerleading was the most dangerous sport in high school. i would always say that golf was because you could easily get hit in the face with a club if you weren't watching where you were walking...they never thought that was funny after about a solid 10-15 minutes of arguing that cheerleading wasn't a real sport
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I bet there is actually more skiing deaths than BASE deaths, purely due to there being far more skiers than BASE jumpers, but I am certain that BASE has much more deaths per participant, probably up there with high altitude mountaineering in terms of danger.
NY, verrry far away from fights like that. They were unbelievable, but in arenas like that, everything is so fucked up that I feel bad cheering for either side. Great fighters that can follow rules can make it to the worldwide stage, but the not-so-good fighters that hate rules end up kicking roosters in the basement of a t-shirt factory.
Bromance Crew, since '08
This. Even non-BASE skydiving is more dangerous, with more deaths per participant and time in sport than nearly anything else. I know three people from my DZ who've died in the last 5 years. Cave and wreck diving is up there too.