Examples of Extreme Sports
Cheese rolling is a traditional sport, where a person rolls a piece of Double Glousester cheese down a hill, and people will attempt to race it down the hill; however, the hill is very steep. The Double Glousester cheese is rolled down a hill, and the objective is to either reach the bottom before any other racer does, or catch the cheese (which is nearly impossible considering its speed and 1 second head start). The winner wins the Double Glousester cheese that they used in the race.
Originated from latching a parachute to a vehicle, parasailing has been a popular sport amongst the people in the fray with danger. Pioneers have legally copyrighted this name and made parasailing known by boat instead of car. They follow the maximum and minimum speed limit, and also avoids unnecessary obstacles.
Originating from Scotland, this sport takes setting at all of Kirwall. This sport is similar to football, where the Doonies (south team) aim to get the ball to the north harbour's waters, and the Uppies (north team) aim to hit the ball against the south wall.