Action Sports

Welcome to our website, which is an information site with everything you need to know about extreme and action sports that are practiced all over the world. Here you can solve any kind of doubt related to these sports, and for starters, let’s go with a little theory.

What are risk sports?

At-risk or extreme sports are so-called because practicing them is dangerous because of the complicated conditions in which they are carried out. It may be that a sport that is not in principle considered a risk sport adopts that term when practiced under extreme conditions, outside of what is usual for it.

An example of this would be kayaking. A priori it is not considered an extreme sport, but if it is practiced in a river with very turbulent waters, it acquires that name due to the dangerousness that exists.

  1. Skydiving

Parachuting consists of jumping from an airplane at a distance of 4000 meters, descending in free fall for one minute, then deploying the parachute and gliding to the ground. Those who practice it claim it is the most energetic feeling they have ever lived in their lives.

  1. Paragliding

Running over the hill and jumping when you get to the end of the side to fly away is what you experience when you practice paragliding. During the flight, thermals are sought to ascend and extend the duration of the trip. Once the plane is lifted, pirouettes can be made to increase the adrenaline.

  1. Bungee jumping

Bungee jumping is practically the same as bungee jumping, but the place from which it jumps is usually a platform created for this purpose. The platform can simulate a bridge or stand on a crane. It can also be done by jumping from any other surface, such as buildings or cable cars.

  1. Surf

Surfing consists of sliding down the waves with the only help of a board on which you have to stand. The waves that surf can reach more than two meters high and each of the waves is called in a way according to its form.

  1. Windsurfing

Windsurfing, also called Sailing board, is a sport that is practiced on a surfboard similar to that of surfing, with the difference that it is provided with a sail that rotates on itself. Therefore, in order to practice it, is necessary to have wind.

  1. Kiteboarding

Also known as fly surfing, kitesurfing consists of moving through the water using a traction kite that is attached by ropes to a bar and to the body of the person, who is standing on a board or ski.

  1. Water skiing

The water skiing or water skiing is practiced on skis or aboard, and the person is attached to a rope pulled by a speedboat that reaches high speeds. There are several disciplines ranging from the slalom to jumps or other aerial pirouettes.

  1. Rafting

This sport consists of touring rivers of turbulent waters on a raft. The degree of risk depends mainly on the type of river where it is practiced, as there are those with flat waters, where there is hardly any turbulence, to very turbulent waters with whirlpools and dangerous waterfalls.

  1. Kayak extreme

Although kayaking can be practiced in a quiet sea, it can also be practiced in rivers of different kinds of difficulty. The risk classification is exactly that of rafting, as it is practiced in the same rivers as that sport.

  1. Canyoning

As its own name suggests, this sport is practiced in the ravines of a river. You have to go down sections of different difficulties, either walking, jumping, swimming, climbing, or unraveling. There are several levels of stress depending on the verticality of the ravines, among other elements.

  1. Diving

Diving or diving consists of diving on any surface with water, the sea being the place where the most are practiced. To do this, a regulator is usually used that feeds on compressed air bottles, ensuring that the diver can breathe normally.

  1. Ski

This mountain sport owes its fame as a sport of risk to the rapid descents that take place sliding on the snow, making use of two boards attached to the boots. In competitions, you can reach speeds of more than 200 km / h.

  1. Snowboarding

Similar to ski, snowboarding also consists of sliding over the snow down the mountain, but instead of using two boards, a single board attached to the boots is used. Maximum speeds of almost 200 km/h are reached.