Does extreme sport equate to extreme liability for sponsors?
The Circus is coming to town
In 2014, following a successful run in the UK, the circus will be coming to town in North America. However you won’t be seeing any juggling, tightrope walking or fire-eating. Instead no-handed 360 backflips, Superman seatgrabs, double tailwhips and frontflip airs will be guaranteed as this is the world of Nitro Circus.
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