extreme sport


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extreme sport

n
(Extreme Sports) a sport that is physically hazardous, such as bungee jumping or snowboarding
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extreme sport

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Lorraine Anderson, Edinburgh Not an extreme sport but, on the good ship Tenacious, in my late 50s, we went through a force 10 storm.
Science North is receiving support to run programming focused on extreme sport. This initiative is expected to attract over 109,000 visitors and will include Beyond Human Limits, a travelling exhibit about the science and innovation of extreme sports; Experience the Thrill, a fun and informative series of activities and events about extreme sports; as well as a speaker series featuring extreme sports athletes.
Andrew isn't the only kid to start an extreme sport at a young age.
:) | Pictured from left: Rhys Whiteley, 16; Ffion Jones, |18, from St Asaph; Lily Topping, 16, from Rhyl; Harry Hogan, 16, from Rhyl Write: Daily Post, PO Box 202, Vale Road, Llandudno Junction, Conwy LL31 9ZD Email: letterswales@dailypost.co.uk We asked at TiC Rhyl: If you were given the chance to sample one extreme sport what would it be and why?
People who come to ski in Park City might be drawn to try out snow kiting, ice climbing or some other extreme sport before going home.
This extreme sport is also taught by certified instructors who will tell you it is imperative you follow all safety procedures.
Audience: The book is intended to a wide audience including sports physicians, physical therapists, recreation managers, researchers, injury prevention specialists, the adventure and extreme sport industry, and the adventure and extreme sport participants.
Mr Wardle says the council has a number of sites that might be of interest to developers and operators of extreme sport facilities.
According to Rob Burton, a lecturer at Southampton Solent University, where students may now study 'Extreme Sport Management', the steady rise of extreme sports has gone hand-in-glove with the corresponding growth of the internet, although it is increasingly becoming mainstream.
Dr Woodman, himself a mountaineer, said choosing an extreme sport also helps you feel you can influence events.

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