Competitive Indoor Skydiving is as awesome as it sounds.
Watch the Czech Dynamic 4 Way team the "Mad Ravens," win the silver medal at the 1st FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championship in Prague.
Mike Colter announced the release date of Luke Cage at the very end of this video about the premier of another Daredevil series:
Wanna see something really, really stupid?
Ukrainian YouTuber and daredevil Pasha Bumchik uploaded some pretty awesome (idiotic) footage of himself jumping on top of a train and riding it around town.
The video shows Bumchik hopping a fence covered in razor-wire and hiding from a security guard before jumping on the train as it begins to move forward.
He then runs down the length of the train, jumping over each car.
The footage is pretty cool, but the kid is taking a huge risk in the name of a YouTube video.
He also has a very punchable face.
If you thought hot yoga was intense, you probably aren't ready for this.
Forty-year-old Gugulotu Lachiram is being called a "hero" in India for his death defying meditation techniques, which he performs on his motorbike at speeds up to 60 km/h with no helmet.
He says he gets scared, but so far he hasn't had any accidents - even though he's just one mistake away from turning downward facing dog into downward facing disfigurement.
This video will make your palms sweat.
The latest insane person to climb something ridiculously high with GoPro camera for kicks, is this dude.
Flaviu Cernescu recently climbed up an abandoned 920-foot tall chimney in Romania without any safety equipment, and then walked around on the rusted beams and loose bricks at the top.
Why? To motivate others.
"My message is to inspire people to take on their dreams step by step. The goal is not to imitate or outdo somebody but to do what you love and love what you do," he said.
And maybe also try not to die.
Watch out, we got a badass over here: a daredevil bro jumps into the fountain from the second floor at the West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada.
YOLO of the Day is a new feature series dedicated to covering stories about unusual delinquencies and arrests, as well as other reckless behaviors that fit under the popular motto "You Only Live Once."
Thanks to lawyers and crazy people, every car ad these days notes a disclaimer along the lines of "closed course, professional driver, do not attempt." While such messages are more or less impotent, every once in awhile -- as is the case with this Volvo spot -- the ad execs really mean it when they say "do not try this at home."