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Motocross Innovation TV - Risk Racing RR1 Ride-On Motocross Lift Stand

See the history of the motocross stand and the evolution as Risk Racing changes the game in lifting your motorcycle. Say goodbye to the day of Milk Crates, and Milk Crate style moto stands, and say hello to the new Risk Racing RR1 Ride-On lift. No more lifting, grunting, and heaving your motorcycle onto a back braking stand. Simply push or ride your motorcycle onto the RR1 Ride-One Lift and let the lift go into action. Learn more at
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Markus Wyndham-Risk It! Speed Wheels Santa Cruz (1990)

Markus Wyndham skating with technique and grace in the Speed Wheels video, Risk It 1990. City of Carlsbad, California. Music by 'The Eclipse': Love's Last Whisper
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1980 Preakness Stakes - Codex -vs- Genuine Risk : ABC Broadcast

Genuine Risk -vs- Codex

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Risk vs Reward - Line Choice | Enduro World Series

Scott takes a look at line choice from the top racers and decides whether the reward is worth the risk.


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La Thuile situated beneath Mont Blanc has created a rugged back drop, the six stages offered a mix of challenging technical and physical trails to race on. The last two stages of the race were perhaps the hardest of the Enduro World Series yet, testing every rider.

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‘Do not risk it!’ - Max Kellerman warns the Giants not to rush Saquon Barkley | First Take

Max Kellerman is nervous that New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley is already working out with a high ankle sprain and will be rushed back on the field.
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Defenders Risk their Life for Football + Bonus World Class Assists Masters! Funny Soccer Moments

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Risk vs X Games Graffiti mural – Live at Soundset Festival

World renowned graffiti artist Kelly Graval aka “Risk” has been at the forefront of the street art movement for over 30 years. Risk recently collaborated with X Games, Soundset Festival and Monster Energy to create an epic mural across 120 skateboard decks.

Australian Sport - Risk Management

This video shows an official managing a range of risks within the competition environment. See how many risk management situations you can find in the video, including before and during the match.

RISK RACING RIPPER - Automated Motocross Goggle Roll-Off System


Dirt bike riders are all too familiar with roost and how it feels to be roosted, a never-ending spray of dirt, rocks, and mud! A constant lead would be ideal, but no one is ALWAYS in the lead, not even the G.O.A.T.! All that can be said is, “Thank goodness for goggles and roll-off systems”!

Despite their effectiveness in clearing a rider’s vision, all roll-off systems force the rider to let go of the handlebars. This idea can be intimidating to new riders, and it is dangerous no matter how skilled a rider may be. A bike is hard to control at race pace with only one hand on the bars, and there isn’t always a suitable jump to give the rider time to clear their vision while in the air. Seeing an opportunity to fix this issue, Risk Racing set out to design a solution. Introducing The RIPPER!

The RIPPER is an automated goggle roll-off system that is controlled by a wireless handlebar mounted button. Simply attach The RIPPER to the strap of your favorite goggle with roll-off system, and then mount the wireless button to the bikes handlebars. When vision becomes blocked, the rider keeps their hands on the bars and uses their thumb to press the wireless button. The RIPPER will rapidly pull the roll-off system cord to clear the rider’s vision in less than a second!

The RIPPER features 2 modes. The “Burst mode” activates the RIPPER for about 1 second, which is enough time to clear the vision on most goggles. The 2nd mode is a “Momentary / Continuous Mode” that allows the rider to press and hold the wireless button as long, or short, as they desire. In the momentary mode, the RIPPER will pull the roll film for the duration that the button is pressed and held giving the rider full control of their roll-off system film usage.

Each RIPPER has its own frequency so riders riding next to each other are unlikely to activate each other’s system. Additional wireless handlebar buttons can be purchased and synced to each rider’s individual RIPPER frequency, giving riders the option to mount buttons on multiple bikes.

The entire setup is lightweight, centrally mounted on the helmet, and low-profile. Weighing in at only 4.1 oz, the RIPPER is nearly half the weight of a full GoPro setup. With the first crack of the throttle the rider will forget it is even there…until their vision is blocked!

The Reward Of Risk | Building Confidence In Kids

Patagonia was founded by climbers—risk taking is in our blood.

The guiding philosophies and key practices of our child-care program reflect Patagonia’s values, mission and culture. When babies want to roll down the grassy hill or two-year-olds want to scale the climbing wall, we stand nearby and assist only if necessary. When children make relatively small decisions - Should I climb this tree? - they practice weighing consequences before they get older and must make higher-stakes choices.

There is a difference between danger and risk. Our environments reflect this difference by being free of hazards but full of challenges. Teachers don’t encourage kids to climb higher than they’re prepared to, and they don’t hold them back if they seem capable and focused. Teachers are available to support children but ultimately want kids to be able to accurately assess risk.

Supporting children in taking chances teaches them to guide themselves safely, thoughtfully and confidently. Those are the rewards of risk.

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GENUINE RISK - Kentucky Derby 1980

La potranca Genuine Risk, montada por Jacinto Vázquez con 121 libras, se impone ante doce rivales en la edición 106 del Kentucky Derby, celebrado el 3 de mayo de 1980 en el hipódromo Churchill Downs, de Louisville, Kentucky. Era propiedad de Mrs. B.R. Firestone y entrenada por LeRoy Jolley. Cronometró 2:02 flat para dos mil metros luego de fraccionales de :24, :48, 1:12 4/5 y 1:37 3/5.
ORDEN DE LLEGADA:
1 - Genuine Risk - Jacinto Vázquez 121 lbs.
2 - Rumbo - Laffit Pincay Jr. 126 lbs.
3 - Jaklin Klugman - Darrel McHargue 126 lbs.
4 - Super Moment - Donald Pierce 126 lbs.
5 - Rockhill Native - John Oldham 126 lbs.
6 - Bold 'n Rulling - Patrick Valenzuela 126 lbs.
7 - Plugged Nickle - Buck Thornburg 126 lbs.
8 - Degenerate Jon - Rubén Hernández 126 lbs.
9 - Withholding - Michael Morgan 126 lbs.
10 - Tonka Wakhan - Melvin Holland 126 lbs.
11 - Execution's Reason - Randy Romero 126 lbs.
12 - Gold Stage - Angel Cordero Jr. 126 lbs.
13 - Hazard Duke - Don Brumfield 126 lbs.

BMX - Take The Risk Haro In Malaysia

Dennis Enarson, Tyler Fernengel, Mike Gray, and Matthias Dandois head to Malaysia to have the time of their lives off and on the bike for Haro Bikes.



I’d been to Malaysia back in the early 2000’s. It was one of those trips where I saw three things: the airport, the hotel, and the contest area. I always wanted to go back to explore, and a decade later, the lure of a pro contest in a tropical country in Southeast Asia had me looking into tickets. Now was the chance!

As team manager, I become responsible for a lot of things. I have to design a trip. Who to take? Where to stay? What if it rains the whole time? I see the whole trip unfold in my head a thousand different ways well before we even board the plane. I have to do a lot of research before I purchase those tickets...I can’t have this trip fail, and heading to a place that no riders really visit is pretty risky. But, at least the event would take up most the time anyway…

First dudes on the trip were Mike Gray and Tyler Fernengel. They both joined the Haro team earlier in the year and it was their turn to hit the road. And as a bonus, they are young and inexperienced travelers that I hoped to introduce some culture to and give them a trip to remember. Matthias Dandois has traveled the entire world over and over again, but I was surprised to hear he had not yet visited Malaysia. Matthias is such a unique rider and he’s a positive guy to be around—he was coming for sure. Finally, Dennis Enarson got the call. We all know Dennis can ride any terrain, but he gets an automatic invite just for being the amazing person he is. We needed a filmer. After picking the crew, only one guy came to mind to join us and that was Christian Rigal. It’s invaluable to have a filmer the crew knows personally. And, the filmer is carrying around a heavy bag all day, filming try after try for sometimes hours, missing meals, getting dehydrated, and while we all enjoy the sunset, the filmer is usually getting a time lapse shot in and then has to stay up late logging footage. They are long days on the road and I knew Christian could handle the job as well as have a good time with us. —Colin Mackay

1980 Kentucky Derby - Genuine Risk

Jim McKay, Howard Cosell and Eddie Arcaro cover the 1980 Kentucky Derby..

Legends: Genuine Risk

1980 Kentucky Derby winner Genuine Risk was only the second filly to win the Kentucky Derby. In addition, she placed second in the Preakness Stakes and the Belmont Stakes to become the only filly to place in all three Triple Crown races. The filly was predictably named Champion 3-year-old filly in 1980 and inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1986.

Risks - Code of Point 2017-2020 Rhythmic gymnastics (2/6)

Dynamic elements with rotation - Code of Point 2017-2020 Rhythmic gymnastics (last update)
Динамические элементы с вращением - ПРАВИЛА 2017 – 2020 по художественной гимнастике (обновлены)

00:03 Generalities
2:16 Criteria /Критерий
8:42 Examples/Примеры

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Bumblebee Grouper on a TINY Lure - Risk It for the Biscuit Part 6

Welcome to the #RiskItForTheBiscuitSeries from @BigBassDreams Australia! Cal and Josh Trew bring Oliver Ngy to the Northern Territory in Australia to target new inshore species like wild barramundi, coral trout and grouper. The team experiences a lot of firsts on this 10 day adventure along the Australian coast.

Grouper are on Oliver Ngy's mind as the boys go out in search of one of many grouper species that frequent the inshore mangrove estuaries of the Australian coast! They first try using an entire fish carcass or fish frame as they call them down under and vertical jigging it off the face of a rock bluff to no avail even after marking a big grouper on the electronics.

Then the team works their way up a drain or a creek arm in search of barramundi with the light gear. As Oliver is trying to film a small saltwater catfish that Josh caught, his Megabass Dark Sleeper was deadsticking on the bottom in the mangrove roots when something decided to eat the mudskipper look alike. After a tense battle in the mangrove roots and with no regard for their own safety considering these waters are patrolled by saltwater crocodiles, they team somehow manages to get a hold of the new line they're testing out of one of the snags and Oliver handlines in his first grouper catch of his life! A beautiful Queensland Grouper or Bumblebee Grouper as they're often referred to as.

Living up to the name of the series on this episode of the Risk It For The Biscuit!

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Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Health: Clarifying the Risk-Protection Paradox

This Keynote lecture was presented at the 2017 ACSM Health & Fitness Summit by Barry A. Franklin of William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, MI.

This lecture will summarize the relations between physical activity, cardiorespiratory fitness, surgical outcomes and mortality, with specific reference to practical implications for health-fitness professionals. In addition, the presentation will compare moderate exercise versus high-intensity interval training, and the added effectiveness (if any) of extreme exercise on mortality. Finally, I plan to discuss ‘at risk activities’ for individuals with known or suspected cardiovascular disease, and provide recommendations to reduce the risk of exercise-related acute cardiac events.

Video Blog 9 - Risk Management for Defensemen

This weeks edition of the video blog touches on risk management for defenseman. Darryl Belfry touches on how to use the dots when defending a rush, positioning offensively to entrench yourself in your own end, and maintaining position in a one-on-one.

Risk & Passion - BASE Jumping Documentary (Full Movie) 4K

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What are the risks of concussion in contact sports?

If you play a contact sport like football, or know someone who does, what should you know about concussions and health risks?

Not being the most active person around, I asked Doug Martini, a PhD student in the University of Michigan Neurosport Research Laboratory, what he thought it was important to know. And this video is the result!

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University of Michigan School of Public Health.

Backing track: Based on Blue and Green by Rimsky.

FURTHER INFORMATION AND READING
General:
University of Michigan Neurosport Research Laboratory:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):



Consensus statement on concussion in sport: the 4th International Conference on Concussion in Sport held in Zurich, November 2012


National Athletic Trainers Association Position Statement on the Management of Sport Concussion


Research papers:

Broglio, S.P., et al., The persistent effects of concussion on neuroelectic indices of attention. J Neurotrauma, 2009. 26(9): p. 1463-1470. DOI: 10.1089/neu.2008.0766. 10.1089/neu.2008.0766

Pontifex, M.B., et al., The association between mild traumatic brain injury history and cognitive control. Neuropsychologia, 2009. 47(14): p. 3210-3216. DOI: doi:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2009.07.021

Martini, D.N., et al., The chronic effects of concussion on gait. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2011. 92(4): p. 585-589. DOI: doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2010.11.029

Sosnoff, J.J., et al., Previous mild traumatic brain injury and postural control dynamics. J Athl Train, 2011. 46(1): p. 85-91. DOI: 10.4085/1062-6050-46.1.85 10.4085/1062-6050-46.1.85

Breedlove, E.L., et al., Biomechanical correlates of symptomatic and asymptomatic neurophysiological impairment in high school football. J Biomech, 2012. 45(7) pp1265-1272. DOI: 10.1016/j.jbiomech.2012.01.034

Talavage, T.M., et al., Functionally-detected cognitive impairment in high school football players without clinically-diagnosed concussion. J Neurotrauma, 2010. 31(4): pp327-338. DOI: 10.1089/neu.2010.1512

Bazarian, J.J., et al., Subject-specific changes in brain white matter on diffusion tensor imaging after sports-related concussion. Magn Reson Imaging, 2011. 30(2): p. 171-180. DOI: 10.1016/j.mri.2011.10.001

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