Here are the the top five list of most dangerous sport. Take a look.
Skydiving is a method of falling from a high point to Earth with the aid of gravity, involving the control of speed during the fall with a parachute.
Imagine falling with a faulty parachute-instant death. This makes it one of the world most deadliest sport. Surprisingly the death rate is low. This is due to all the precautions taking before Skydiving.
4. Horseback Riding.
Horseback riding also known as equestrian activities, they include all sport involving horse rides.
Some of them include Racing.
- Trail riding.
- Rodeo events.
- Endurance riding.
- Team chasing. Etc
Over 100 deaths per year are estimated to result from equestrian related activities, with 10-20 times as many head injuries occurring for each fatality.
Mountaineering is the set of activities that involves ascending mountains. Mountaineering-related activities include traditional outdoor climbing and skiing.
Unlike most sports, mountaineering lacks widely-applied formal rules, regulations, and governance; mountaineers adhere to a large variety of techniques and philosophies when climbing mountains.It has a large number of death rate. Eleven people have been recorded to have died on mouth everest last week. This makes it one on the world most dangerous sport.
2. Base jumping
According to Wikipedia, Base Jumping is parachuting from a fixed structure. “BASE” is an acronym that stands for four categories of fixed objects from which one can jump: building, antenna, span, and earth (cliff).
This is one of the world’s most dangerous sport. It’s very similar to Skydiving. Skydiving involves jumping from a plane, while Base jumping involves jumping from a fixed structure.As of 14 October 2017, the BASE Fatality List by Blincmagazine.com records 328 deaths since April 1981
What is the world’s most deadliest sport?
1. Bull Riding
Bull riding is a rodeo sport that involves a rider getting on a bucking bull and attempting to stay mounted while the animal tries to buck off the rider.
Bull riding has been called “the most dangerous eight seconds in sports.” To receive a score, the rider must stay atop the bull for eight seconds with the use of one hand gripped on a bull rope tied behind the bull’s forelegs. Touching the bull or themselves with the free hand, or failing to reach the eight-second mark, results in a no-score ride. At least 21 professional bull riders have died since 1989, with true numbers likely far higher as amateur bull riders are not included in these statistics.