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01These Guys Went Mountain Biking... In an Abandoned Limestone Mine
02Could Getting Stoned Actually Make You Better at Sports? This Olympic Gold Medallist Thinks So…
03Want to Travel the World For Free? Here’s How To Do It, Using Only Your Own Instagram...
04This Spectacular Helicopter Footage Shows What The Himalayas Look Like At 20,000ft
05Welcome to Eagle: The Colorado Town Where MTB Trails Are Replacing Sidewalks…
06This Guy Built an Incredible 100-Foot-High Treehouse with 80 Rooms… Because God Told Him To
07Astronomers Just Found A 'Super-Massive Black Hole' 12 Billion Times Bigger Than The Sun
08‘McTwist’, ‘Pow’ and ‘Bluebird’ Have Just Been Added to the Oxford English Dictionary… No, Seriously!
09Blizzard In A Box: This Company Claims They'll Send Fresh Snow Direct To Your Door
10He’s Worth $2 Million, So Why Does Baseball Player Daniel Norris Still Live in His Camper Van?
Alexander Rybakov was the overall winner of the Moscow, Russia Element Make it Count Contest. He'll be going to Berlin, Germany to be joining other winners at the European Finals
1. Vadim Romantsov
2. Glev Maltsev
3. Alexadre Vetrov
1. Alexander Rybakov
2. Roman Alimov
3. Valeriy Doganadze