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Watch: The Top Three Runs From Rampage 2017

Last Friday, history was made yet again in the desert around Virgin, Utah. 18 of the world’s best freeriders faced off and pointed their bikes down some of the rowdiest terrain on the planet at Red Bull Rampage 2017. Cam McCaul, recently retired from Rampage competition, announced the event, and hailed it as the best Rampage he has ever seen. Clean runs, no career-ending crashes, and just an absolute good time for all; here are the top three runs:

Canadian Kurt Sorge went on an absolute bender of a first run, tricking the biggest features he could find and making it look like a casual trip down A-Line:

Cam Zink, a true family man, flipped and spun his way into the finish corral, where he found his wife and kids waiting:

Rookie Ethan Nell showed up wearing his big boy suit, sending a flatspin far too deep on the final jump, but held on to score third place:

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Your Chances Of Dying Ranked By Sport and Activity
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Your Chances Of Dying Ranked By Sport and Activity

Your Chances Of Dying Ranked By Sport and Activity

Source: besthealthcaredegress.com RELATED: The Ultimate Animal Video Encounters To understand how these numbers compare to more "natural" causes, see this US data from the Center For Disease Control. For parents wanting a more focused guide to youth activities, take a look at this data on sports injuries compiled by Stanford Children's Hospital. More data on 20th century death statistics from the World Health Organization visualized by informationisbeautiful.net

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EWS Racer Jared Graves Diagnosed With Brain Tumor
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EWS Racer Jared Graves Diagnosed With Brain Tumor

EWS Racer Jared Graves Diagnosed With Brain Tumor

Sad news came out of the mountain bike world this morning, with pro enduro racer Jared Graves reporting that he has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. Graves, a 35-year-old Australian native, was taken to a hospital last week after suffering several seizures. Scans revealed a brain tumor, and Graves is expected to undergo surgery and start chemotherapy this week. RELATED: Watch Mountain In The Hallway Graves won the Enduro World Series in 2014, has represented his country in downhill and