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The Huge Growth of High-Risk Sports

An article in More Intelligent Life magazine explores how dangerous, risk-taking activities are becoming a big business. The article notes, "Adrenaline holidays are moving from a niche market to a mainstream …. Danger is an international business." The article continues:

First there was bungee jumping, then free-running (vaulting from building to building) and BASE-jumping ...
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