Urban Exploration: How freeclimbing works in the city
Oleg Cricket shows how Urban exploration works in the Russian capital Moscow. The 25-year-old guy jumps between tall buildings or he is holding on with one hand on a crane boom. Sport or madness? See more in the clip below.
Imagine you are on a 100 meter high building and you start your full sprint – till the edge. Sounds crazy? Not so for Oleg Cricket! The 25-year-old Siberian climbs on anything that looks dangerous in Moscow: cranes, skyscrapers or the top of a highway bridge. Fear of heights? Wrong!
With its dizzying stunts he is such a flagship symbol of Moscow Urbex scene. Urban exploration is certainly not a new sport. But in times of social media and the rapid smartphone clicks photos of crazy actions land very fasten on the net.
You just have to look at the clip below and see for yourself!
Picture Source: Youtube / Red Bull
In eight episodes of 44 minutes, the documentary series follows nine protagonists how they explore Dubai’s skyscrapers, the famous cable-stayed bridge of Moscow and other forbidden places and lead to conditions of extreme experiences of life. But who are the Urban Explorer? Where does their motivation to achieve the unthinkable and to take such risks into account? In “Urbex” viewers can feel authentic perspective and interviews through unique point-of-view materials and they also get an insight into the personalities of the protagonists, their stories, family background, personal ups and downs.
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