Ask almost any daredevil, stunt performer or extreme-sports athlete since the s who provided their greatest inspiration and the name Evel Knievel inevitably leaps to mind. In his career as a motorcycle-jumping daredevil, Knievel dreamed big, performed fearlessly—and had the broken bones to prove it. Or so says the Guinness Book of World Records. Below, a list of adrenaline-fueled boundary pushers who have followed in his death-defying footsteps, from a former Google engineer who made a world-record freefall from the edge of the stratosphere to a Brazilian surfer who rode and survived an foot-tall monster wave. The risks may change, but the irresistible urge to take them lives on. Formally known as Robert Craig Knievel Jr. He stayed airborne for feet but came down hard, breaking multiple bones.
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An inquiry into the death of Jonathan Chow Hua Guang, 17, revealed that prior to his fatal fall, he had once jumped off the second storey of a building with his friend, known only as Ruth. Staff Sgt Lim also said that according to Ruth, she had once jumped out of a window of her third-storey flat onto the ground below after her father forbade her to meet her friends. The court heard there was also no evidence that Jonathan, who was about to be enlisted for national service, was into parkour - an activity in which practitioners try to get from one point to another in the fastest way by jumping, climbing and vaulting. Staff Sgt Lim said they were in a bus on their way to Sentosa on Feb 24 when Jonathan wanted to use the toilet.