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FMX biker Josh Sheehan made history this week as the first motocross rider in the world to complete a triple backflip.

He performed the stunt at Pastranaland in Maryland on April 28, and he has pent the last year preparing for it.

Travis Pastrana, who owns the park, was the first to perform a double backflip back in 2006.

Via XDubai
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Yves Rossy, aka "Jetman," has been flying around in his jetpack for years, soaring over the Grand Canyon, the English Channel and the Alps among other landmarks.

Rossy became the first man in history to fly with a jet-propelled wing in 2006.

Here he is in his latest video doing a formation flight with Aerobatics Champion Veres Zoltán in Dubai.

Rossy teases some news in the caption saying "the best is yet to come," and at the end of the clip we see… a second jetpack person! Duh… duh… duhhhhhh….

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Here's the Best of the ALS "Ice Bucket Challenge" We've Seen so Far

Over the past few weeks the "Ice Bucket Challenge" has taken over the nicer parts of the internet. The stunt is simple: Either donate $100 to ALS (sometimes known as Lou Gehrig's Disease) research or dump a bucket of ice water on your head while issuing a challenge for others to do the same. Celebs and CEOs alike are getting in on it and helping the ALS Association post record donations. Here are some of our favorite videos so far:

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Who cares about boring ol' domino pieces anymore? Aatma Studio wishes us Happy Holidays 21st Century-style using 2,000 iPhones!

Via Epic TV
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Could this be the closest anyone has ever flown above the Earth? Wingsuit pilot Brain Drake soars through the air in Chamonix, France with only a little more than a meter between him and the ground, defying gravity and certain death.

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The secret is out! The extreme ping pong knife throwing video that received millions of views on YouTube has now been deconstructed to show you how it was done.

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Check out this extreme knife-throwing performance by Sweden's table tennis stunt group (yes, it exists) Tumba Ping Pong Show that will either put you on the edge of your seat or make your eyes squint because it really does look too good to be real. What's your verdict?