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Video: First Solo, Unaided Crossing of Antarctica

On December 26th, 2018 Colin O'Brady became the first person to cross Antarctica with neither partners nor outside assistance. He trekked 932 miles across the frozen continent over the course of 54 days, dragging all of his supplies on a 400-pound sled. To learn more about Colin's journey check out his blog

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This GoPro Award-winning video makes it clear that O'Brady's journey was no walk in the park. Congratulations to Colin for completing a journey which harkens back to the age of exploration; when adventurers regularly ventured off the edge of the map in search of fame and fortune.

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Video: 50-Horsepower Barbie Jeep Hauls Ass
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Video: 50-Horsepower Barbie Jeep Hauls Ass

Video: 50-Horsepower Barbie Jeep Hauls Ass

Even without any modification, the Power Wheels Barbie Jeep is pretty tight. We can guarantee that showing up to a party in a bright-pink and purple children's toy will turn some heads. However, if whipping around in the stock vehicle isn't enough of a power move for you, you can take some inspiration from the Grind Hard Plumbing Co.'s modified version. RELATED: Frenchman Floats Across the Atlantic in a Giant Barrel Featuring a 450CC dirt bike engine, this build is essentially the Power

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Video: Sketchy Cliff Jumping in SoCal
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Video: Sketchy Cliff Jumping in SoCal

Video: Sketchy Cliff Jumping in SoCal

Jumping off cliffs isn't something which one would ever describe as "safe," but Nick Coulter and company take cliff-jumping's inherent sketchiness and crank it up to 11. Aiming for a small and shallow pool from the top of a 60ish-foot cliff doesn't stand out as a great idea, but we can happily report that no one dies in this video. RELATED: Longboarder Hits 60 MPH in Austria We wouldn't necessarily encourage people to emulate their antics, but we will admit that these folks are pretty darn

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Video: A Stunning Look at the World of Freediving
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Video: A Stunning Look at the World of Freediving

Video: A Stunning Look at the World of Freediving

Freediving is as pure as it gets for ocean exploration. Similar to the simplicity and danger of rock climbing’s free soloing, freediving strips an individual down to the essentials: wetsuit, goggles, and lungs of steel. RELATED: The Winning Rides from the WSL 2019 Big Wave Awards Guillaume Néry, who’s been diving since he was 14, continues to push the sport to new depths. In 2004, he broke the world record with a 315-foot dive and then broke it once again the next year by 13 feet. In addition