extreme sport

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Any sport or recreational activity that is dangerous and, if performed optimally, even by the highly skilled, risks loss of life or limb

extreme sport

Sports medicine Any sport or recreational activity that is dangerous and, if performed optimally, even by the highly skilled, risks loss of life or limb. See BASE jumping, Canyoning, High-sensation seeking trait, Novelty seeking behavior.
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Al-Hassan said it was their first time to build a customised park, which cater to extreme sports, including Parkour (also known as free running) and light skating.
That's why extreme sports are too risky for children and teens.
Other common extreme sports injuries include broken bones, sprained muscles, and torn tendons or ligaments.
All activities during the three days will be free of cost," Zarir Saifuddin, Founder, Middle East Extreme Sports Expo told Gulf News.
Not only does his business benefit from the out-of-state attention, but other extreme sports see a similar benefit.
The research provides a baseline to further study head and neck injuries among extreme sport participants," Vani J.
Aligning perfectly with Red Bull's "Gives You Wings" slogan and ethos, the Flugtag offered the company a place in the emerging extreme sports industry.
Each week she'll present coverage of extreme sports competitions from Wales and across the world.
COLD WORK Metro Radio's Anna Foster prepares for 'Xperience09' - Tynemouth's extreme sports festival.
Now anyone can be an extreme sports star in the comfort of their own home.
More than eight in 10 said an interest in extreme sports was an attractive quality in a job applicant - suggesting energy and ambition - in the poll for a snow sports firm.
Around 23,000 people visited Otterspool Park over Saturday and Sunday towatch and participate in activities including extreme sports demonstrations and a stage of unsigned local bands.

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