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Video: Why is Cory Richards Trying a New Everest Route?

The newest episode in ROAM's series "The Line" examines the pivotal moments in Cory Richards' life and career that are driving him to attempt a new route up Mt. Everest. The episode takes a hard-nosed look at Cory's struggles with mental health and substance abuse - and how those experiences drive him to push limits.

Related: How Cory RIchards Battled Depression at the Top of the World

With Everest-climbing season getting into swing, we're excited to follow Cory's journey up the world's tallest peak. Stay tuned for further updates on the expedition.

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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: 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

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The Story Behind the Six-Year-Old Who Hiked Mount Whitney
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The Story Behind the Six-Year-Old Who Hiked Mount Whitney

The Story Behind the Six-Year-Old Who Hiked Mount Whitney

Most six-year-olds spend their free time with tee-ball or ballet; not Eva Luna Harper-Zahn. The mini mountaineer is an ambitious little hiker—despite needing a nap break on the way to the summit. According to Backpacker, little Eva Luna hiked to the 14,505-foot summit of Mount Whitney last July. Inspiration for the adventure came from the most likely of places: a sibling rivalry. RELATED: With Grom — Chris Benchetler and Kimmy Fasani on Raising Koa Prior to Whitney, the family hiked Mount