This weekend saw the legendary motor rally begin in Sweden.
The 2015 edition of Gumball 3000 kicked off in Sweden's capital at the weekend, with plenty of famous faces spotted enjoying the unique celebrations. This year's intense motor rally proves to be just as thrilling as the previous 16 years.
Danielle Knudson, Natalie Pack and Simone Holtznagel modelling at Gumball 3000
The excitement began with some of the world's most incredible sports cars arriving at Norrbro (North Bridge) in Stockholm on Saturday (May 23rd 2015) before kicking off their 3000 international road trip the following day, en route to Oslo, Norway. Once there, it's not only the epic car racing that was to be enjoyed, but skateboarding legend Tony Hawk also made an appearance to demonstrate the moves that made him a household name.
Danny Way is largely seen as one of the most fearless of all professional skateboarders having won five gold medals in the Summer X Games not to mention a strong of other achievements and world records as long as his arm. He came from a broken home and had a tough childhood which was to be a major factor in Danny's future career as he sought an activity that he could pour all of his pain and anger into. Skateboarding happened to come naturally to him and he went on to win the first skating competition he entered at just 11 years old. It was to be the first step into the world of extreme sports where he would go on to make one of the most spectacular jumps of his career over the Great Wall of China.
This stunning documentary showcases the biggest achievements of 38-year-old pro boarder Danny Way. Directed by Jacob Rosenberg in his first full-length documentary, it's a wonderful story of the ups and downs of his life and the major records and near misses of his career and features interviews with some of the biggest stars of the skateboarding industry Travis Pastrana, Laird Hamilton, Rodney Mullen, Mat Hoffman, ken block, Rob Dyrdek and Tony Hawk.
Starring: Travis Pastrana, Laird Hamilton, Rodney Mullen, Mat Hoffman, Ken Block, Rob Dyrdek and Tony Hawk.
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Joseph Campbell was a famous mythologist, born in New York in 1904. He is most famous for his influential work, 'A Hero With A Thousand Faces', which was published in 1949 and influenced a generation of writers and artists, including Stanley Kubrick, Jim Morrison, Bob Dylan, Jerry Garcia and George Lucas, to name but a few. Campbell also taught at Sarah Lawrence College in his hometown from 1934 to 1972, while balancing his research on myths and the human experience.
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