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Enter the world of women's boxing with Christine Martin and her husband and trainer Jim as well as her sparring partner, James Maoney. They discuss Christine's energy and strength and the thrill of the ring. Join Laird Hamilton as he learns how to rope jump in Northern California with the sport's inventor Dan Osman. Dan explains the hows and whys and tells the story of a physicist who thought rope jumping couldn't be done. Discover Formula One air racing and the thrill of flying along with its colorful history with pilot Jon Sharp. Hear harrowing tales of rodeo riding and stunts gone wrong as rodeo clown Kenny Watson describes some of the mishaps he's witnessed and experienced. This video includes footage of extreme sports and interviews with the experts who live with their passions day in, day out. Follow The Extremists as they travel the world, searching for the rush of adrenaline that comes from mastering the natural world.
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Title from title screen (viewed on July 30, 2010).
"The extremists ... somewhere between dreams and destruction."--Graphic on title screen.
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