Felix Baumgartner’s 24-mile space jump will be featured during the Super Bowl this Sunday with a GoPro strapped on his helmet, first-person view.


9 months ago Comment

Videos you hate. Videos you love. Videos you love to hate. Videos you hate to love. I feel like “Call Me Maybe” falls into all of those categories.

1 year ago Comment

To answer your question, yes, people did do other things besides take pictures of their food and run it through a sepia filter.

1 year ago Comment

What makes Felix more badass? Supersonic skydiving or punching truckers in the face? It’s a tossup.

2 years ago Comment

You’ve seen the footage shot from Felix Baumgartner’s balloon. Now see the insane view from his helmet cam.

2 years ago Comment

Somebody get Felix his blankey and a juice box so he’ll feel better and stop screaming like a little school girl.

2 years ago Comment

Felix Baumgartner’s iconic freefall jump gets recreated with LEGOs, and this time without the risk of blood boiling.

2 years ago Comment

CNN just dropped the ball like their fingers were made of licorice sticks. What an embarrassment.

2 years ago Comment

Felix Baumgartner has done more than just fall from the edge of space.

2 years ago Comment

It was just way to windy up there to be jumping out of a plane at 120,000 feet.

2 years ago Comment

Felix Baumgartner is finally ready, after five years of planning, to make his long-awaited free-fall from the edge of space at dawn today.

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On October 8, Felix Baumgartner will attempt the first supersonic skydive, from a height of 23 miles. Here’s what you should know about the world’s most daring daredevil.

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