Viewers! hold your breath to explore the fantastic and courageous stunts of the world. I would like to share some of the info regarding stunts, the people who perform stunts are known as stuntman or daredevil. The performer of the stunt are well trained and experience, they are provided an appropriate atmosphere, so they perform stunts quite easily. I would advise to all of you and especially teenagers not to try these stunts at home or anywhere if you think that you have abilities to show something which is never seen, then you should join proper training academies or should consult with the real acrobats. The stunts I am going to share with you are, difficult and require a lot of courage with a man heart. The list of stunts along with their description is as follows:
1. Niagra Falls – Nothing is Impossible
On top of the list it is Nik Wallenda for his tightrope walk across Niagra Falls. This great daredevil holds nine Guinness World record for various acrobatic feats, but he is specified as the first person to walk a tightrope stretched directly over Niagara falls. The task was to cross Niagara River and its 200-foot deep gorge from the Goat Island and making his way across the river to land at the Canadian side near the site of Table Rock. He did this exceptional stunt in just 40 minutes, and once again proved his skills and devotion for his profession.
2. Just Holding by Fingertips
This stunt is about Harold LIoyd, a stunt performer who is most famous for his silent comedy films. He was known for almost always performing at least one courageous stunt per film. His most famous stunt, which is highlighted on our site is when he hung from the second hand of a clock tower by only his fingertips. According to the experts this was one of the great stunt of the era, his whole of the body weight was just held by his fingertips, and he was just busy in entertaining the viewers. Despite Stuntman, comedian he was also a good man, he provided encouragement and support for number of young actors, such a Debbie Reynolds, Robert Wagner and many more.
3. Living on the Edge
Be confident about yourself and be determinant, these are the advices I will share with you. In this I am going to share you a story about a extreme artist from Norway, he’s named Eskil Ronningsbakken. He deserves a lot of praises of the viewers on the stunts he showed to the world, his feats include tightrope walking between two hot air balloons in flight and doing a handstand on a pile of chairs balanced on a rock wedged in a crevice between two cliffs that were 3,500 feet tall. He love doing these stunts, he just not have done these insane stunts for the first time, he is use too of challenging the death . His current goal is to perform a one handed handstand at the top of Burj Khalifa(Tallest building of the world) in Dubai. I am waiting eagerly for this daring stunt…. Living on the edge, should never be afraid of it.
4. Drowned Alive but Still Alive
I think many of the viewers would have got that about which stunt I am going to talk. Yeah, this is the stunt by David Blaine, who is an American magician, illusionist and endurance artist. He has performed all over the world and has set and broken several world records. His most popular stunt, named by him as ‘David Blaine Begins Seven day Endurance Challenge Underwater’. On May 17, 2006, Blaine was submerged in an 8 feet (2.4m) diameter, water filled sphere in front of the Lincoln Center in New York. He spend seven days and seven nights, using tubes for air and nutrition. Later on his skin breakdown was examined by doctors, due to the stunt.
5. Ollie Over the Great Wall of China
First of all, I would like to tell you what does ‘Ollie’ mean, it is a skateboarding trick where the rider and board leap into the air without the use of the rider’s hand.This trick is about Danny Way, who is an American professional skateboarder. He has done some extreme stunts, including ollie over Great Wall of China. On July 9, 2005 at Wall of China in Ju Yong Guan, north of Beijing he, set a skateboarding height world record and also became the first person to ollie over the Great Wall of China.
6. Climbing Burj Khalifa
This stunt is one of the master piece work by Alain Robert, a French rock climber and urban climber. He is also known as the French Spider-Man. He is famous for his free solo climbing, scaling skyscrapers using no climbing equipment except for a small bag of chalk and a pair of climbing shoes. On 28 March 2011 he climbed the tallest building in the world, the 828 meter Burj Khalifa tower in Dubai, taking just over six hours to complete the climb. However, he used a harness in accordance with safety procedure. He has reached many milestones, this is just view of one of his great achievement.
7. Over the Thames River
This stunt belongs to Karl Wallenda, he was the great-grandfather of Nik Wallenda. Stunt by Nik Wallenda is on top of our list, he has same potential like his great-grandfather have. Talking about the Karl Wallenda, he was a German-American high wire artist and founder of TheFlying Wallendas, a daredevil circus act which performed dangerous stunts, often without a safety net. On Nov 23, 1976, when he was at the age of 71, walks across a 120-yard cable over the Thames River near Tower Bridge, London, England. Halfway across, he stood on his head, which astonished the viewers and it was the nail-biting situation for the spectators.
8. Oldest Person to Reach the Summit of Mount Everest
If you will break my record then i will again break your record, don’t go on my old age, I am determinant with my work, these are the words which suits on the person who’s stunt is on number 8 of our list. I will not create more suspense, it’s Yuichiro Miura a Japanese alpinist who in 2003, at age 70, become the oldest person to reach the top of Mount Everest. This record was later broken. However, on May 26, 2008, Miura once again successfully summited Mt Everest at the age of 75. On May 23, 2013 Miura again became the oldest person to reach the summit of Mount Everest at the age of 80. This achievement is listed in the Guinness Book of Records.
9. Longest Jump Made in Rally Car
The person who secured the longest jump in rally car is, Travis Pastrana, who is an American motorsports competitor and stunt performer who has won championships and X Games gold medals in several events.In 2010 he successfully broke the world record record for the longest jump made in a rally car when he drove it off California’s Pine street Pier. He participated in a rally car over a river.He is much passionate regarding his field and he is idealized by many young racers and daredevil.
10. Highline Performance Walking on a String for 30 Meters
This is about the fablous work done by Austrian climber and photographer, Heinz Zak. He showed an incredible highline performance walking on a string for a full 30 meters, between two huge sandstones, in the Czech Republic, Starosta and Starostova. It’s quite difficult to concentrate while you are between the two huge sandstones tower, it requires full meditation and a lot of practice, according to the experts. Zak is a multi-talented climber, who have proved himself with his work.
Warning: Don’t try this at home or anywhere else without proper instructions, training and atmosphere.