Grand Canyon Adventure: The 750-Mile Hike That Nearly Killed Us (Part 3) | Nat Geo Live

– By now it’s March. Winter’s over, the weather’s starting to warm up. Starting to feel vestiges, signs of heat again, and Pete and I are about to pass through a doorway. We’re about to step across a threshold into a section of the canyon that is rumored by those Continue Reading

Grand Canyon Adventure: The 750-Mile Hike That Nearly Killed Us (Part 2) | Nat Geo Live

– By now it’s late October, it’s heading towards November, and we’ve actually done something remarkable. We have completed what was originally planned as the first section of our thru-hike. And we’ve got to a point in the river where we’re actually climbing out of the canyon, it’s about a Continue Reading

Snowboard School with Sven Thorgren | Gillette World Sport

It’s back to school as we’re in Sweden to look at the academy that produces some of the world’s elite snowboarders. The school is very important for the development of the young riders in Sweden. Because it’s the best and pretty much the only place where you can get time Continue Reading

Science of the Winter Olympics – Snowboarding

♪music♪ LESTER HOLT, Anchor: The stakes are high for the snowboarders in Vancouver, as they try to master new tricks to unseat the star of Torino, American Shaun White. But to get “max air” off the half-pipe without losing their balance, they might want to check out this experiment that Continue Reading

The Strange (Unexpected) Reason Ice is Slippery

Thank you to Nord VPN for supporting PBS [chatter in background and ice skates scraping] [bleep] Hey smart people Joe here. I’m willing to bet you’re familiar with this stuff — ice, good old frozen H2O If you ever really stop to think about it I mean sure we put Continue Reading

Anatomy of an Ice Hockey Player: the Strength and Recovery of Jenn Wakefield

We’ve taken six of the world’s top athletes to find out what it takes to make a true Olympian… That’s it, come on! ..as we push their bodies to the max. (ANATOMY OF AN ICE HOCKEY PLAYER) Ice hockey is a team game really like no other. They come onto Continue Reading

Why You Can’t Just Swim Straight Across the Ocean | The Swim

BEN LECOMTE IS SWIMMING MORE THAN 5,500 MILES ACROSS THE PACIFIC OCEAN — AND FROM THE GET-GO, THIS WAS NEVER GOING TO BE EASY. IN ORDER TO COMPLETE HIS JOURNEY, BEN NEEDS A MAP TO NAVIGATE STRONG CURRENTS, EDDIES, AND EVEN TO ADJUST FOR THE CIRCUMFERENCE OF THE EARTH. JEREMY: Continue Reading

Can You Swim in Shade Balls?

I’m in! I’m floating in shade balls! This feels incredible because like I can hardly tell there’s water under me. It feels like just being in a ball pit. But it’s kind of like quicksand Oh no! Uh oh! I feel like this is the Internet’s fault because I made Continue Reading

Do You Love Swimming Pools in Summer? Let Us Ruin That for You

How’s your summer going? Did you spend a lot of time in the pool? Have fond memories of the ol’ swimmin’ hole? Well, let me retroactively ruin them. Pools are gross. The thing about water is some pathogens absolutely thrive in it. Harmful viruses, bacteria, and protozoa can be transmitted Continue Reading