James Kingston, British freerunner and film stuntman, has traveled to one of the most populated cities in the world - Bangalore, India - to get one of the most unique and dramatic views possible. After accessing the construction site via wall jumps, he begins to scale the dirt-covered crane with seemingly effortless ease. James' climb wouldn't be complete without a daring, one-handed dangle over the city, with Bangalore's early morning traffic bustling below. James continues to climb along a less-than-foot-wide strip of metal until he reaches the absolute top, where the full scope of the city comes into view. Absolutely amazing.
James Kingston Hangs One-Handed Over Traffic In Bangalore, India | On the Edge, Ep. 3
James Kingston is an English explorer, but not the kind in a khaki suit and pith helmet. He's a freerunner who has dedicated himself to finding new ways to move through urban environments as he goes in search of the most fantastic and remote peaks of world's greatest cities, then scales them for no other reason than because they are there. This is a series for anyone who has ever looked up at the clouds and wondered what it would be like to look down.
American Fork canyon, Utah, was the birth place of steep American sport climbing. Follow James Simmons as he works his way towards his goal of climbing over 150 routes graded 5.12 or harder in one season recounting the historic development ...
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