It’s no secret that at 5 years old, we were all fearless and about as resiliant as a rubber band! Here’s video proof that supports the notion that kids dream big. Only his second time on Skis, 5 Year old Deegan aims straight for the biggest jump on powder mountain.
He totally yard saled but his spirit was high as he yells “I committed! That was Sick!”
Early last saturday morning history was made in the climbing world when 31-year-old pro climber Alex Honnold completed the first free solo of Yosemite’s El Capitan, scaling over a half mile of vertical rock without a rope.
At approximately 5:32 a.m. Honnold began climbing Freerider (5.13a) and topped out a brisk 3 hours and 56 minutes later at 9:28 a.m., all without the protection of rope or pre-placed gear.
Honnold scaled roughly 3,000 vertical feet in just under four hours.
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A new youtube series based around the life on the road with Brenton Priestley. A Professional Wakeboarder, X Games Gold Medalist, and 2016 Rider of the Year and his friends JD, Alex, and Trevor chase the sun in search of good times and epic memories. From Wakeboarding, Surfing, Base Jumping and Campfires follow their journey from Coast to Coast in the USA. Take a look at the latest episode and Like-Subscribe to the youtube channel to stay on top of all the newest episode releases.