From 60 feet beneath the sea, Fabien Cousteau and Dr. Sylvia Earle discuss the state of the ocean and the importance of Aquarius Reef Base.
Training for living on the ocean floor is over and it is time to move into Aquarius Reef Base—the last underwater habitat in the world.
As part of an intensive safety and training program, aquanauts preparing for a mission to the Aquarius Reef Base perform a number of technical dive skills tests.
How do you get dry towels to an underwater base? Join divers from the Aquarius support crew as they swim down with pressure pots holding essential goods, to the Aquanauts 60 feet below.
From 60ft beneath the sea, Dr. Sylvia Earle sends a wake up call about the plight of our ocean and why mankind needs it to survive.
Tough Mudder says their Electroshock Therapy obstacle delivers a 10,000-volt electric shock.
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A documentary on the running of the bulls and Pamplona's famed San Fermin festival.
First Ascent Team Member Darin McQuoid leads a team of kayakers on an expedition to Japan's Honshu island.
BASE jumper Lucky Chance almost dies when he throws his pilot chute across his body, resulting in a 590-foot fall.
Skier David Stoltz smacks right into the wall after hitting a 20-foot gap jump.
Daniel Lloyd from Team IG-Sigma provides an exclusive insight into Stage 7 of the Tour de France.
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