New record: the Norwegian dødsdyk from 27 metres

Emil Lybekk took the Norwegian extreme sports 'dødsdyk' to new heights, as he threw himself off a crane in 27 m in height. Other sport - 20. aug. 2018 - at.

New record: the Norwegian dødsdyk from 27 metres

Emil Lybekk took the Norwegian extreme sports 'dødsdyk' to new heights, as he threw himself off a crane in 27 m in height. Other sport - 20. aug. 2018 - at.

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
30 October 2019 Wednesday 05:00
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New record: the Norwegian dødsdyk from 27 metres

Emil Lybekk took the Norwegian extreme sports 'dødsdyk' to new heights, as he threw himself off a crane in 27 m in height.

Other sport - 20. aug. 2018 - at. 15:21 Norwegian sport goes around the world: See the new world champion in 'dødsdyk'

The Norwegian sport, which in English is called 'death plunge diving', has in recent years become very popular in Norway. The sport has also gained great attention worldwide, what more viral videos of the crazy leap from the competitions testify.

Usually throwing the combatants out from a 10-meter tilt, where they curl up together, just before they hit the water, but 10 meters was clearly not high enough for Emil Lybekk, as did the jump in order to promote a vandsportsfestival in Moss in Norway by 2020.

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Updated: 30.10.2019 05:00
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