Top 10 Most Dangerous Sports In The World

10. BASE Jumping

Building, Antenna, Span, and Earth, or BASE in BASE jumping, stands for a cliff. BASE is often spelled as B.A.S.E. jumping.

9. Heli-Skiing

Heli-skiing obviously requires helicopters given the nature of the activity. In actuality, the activity is off-trail downhill skiing, snowboarding, or access is made by helicopter.

8. Scuba Diving

Scuba diving has established itself as a household name in the area of dangerous extreme sports.

7. Cave Diving

The adventure sport of cave diving involves diving in underwater caverns that are at least partially filled with water. 

6. Bull Riding

In the rodeo sport of bull riding, the participant must mount a massive bull and strive to stay on its back as the animal tries to buck the rider off.

5. Big-Wave Surfing

While surfing is a well-known adventure activity, big wave surfing is a subset of the sport in which skilled surfers paddle into or are towed onto enormous waves that are at least 20 feet tall.

4. Street Luge

The main distinction between street luge and skating is that the rider must be supine on the sled, which is the luge board, while he is speeding down a paved road or course at a very high speed.

3. Mountain Climbing

From the word alone, it should be quite obvious that mountain climbing entails the hazardous action of ascending and descending mountains

2. BMX

Cycling’s most thrilling cycle sport is known as “BMX,” or bicycle motocross.

1. Whitewater Rafting

Whitewater rafting is a dangerous outdoor activity. When traveling over whitewater or other harsh water, an inflatable raft is employed as a means of transportation. The setting for this sport differs greatly.

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