Lewis Pugh undertakes a swim amongst icebergs near Peter I Island, Antarctica.
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Sunday. It’s a hot day at the Grand Parade in Cape Town’s CBD where the the inaugural Drift City event is taking place. The smell of burning rubber and the roar of car engines floats in the air. 498 more words
Brymer, E. (2010). Risk Taking in Extreme Sports: A phenomenological
perspective. Annals of Leisure Research 13(1/2), pp. 218-239.
Abstract: Participation in extreme sports is enjoying incredible growth while more traditional recreational activities such as golf are struggling to maintain numbers (Pain & Pain, 2005). 212 more words
(Alternate words: Espresso, Effect, Ecumenopolis, Eldritch, Evidence, and Ending. Added to the list.)
The shuttle hangs barely a hundred yards away to my retrograde, cargo airlock still agape; the pilot’s nerves must surely be worn to shreds with the delay in this atmosphere-scraping orbit, even more than mine. 277 more words