In 2005, Danny Way became the first person to jump The Great Wall of China on a skateboard, fracturing his ankle in the process but pressing on against all odds.
During Skateboard Big Air at X Games Los Angeles in 2008, Danny Way suffered one of the most horrific MegaRamp crashes to date. Way returned to the top of the ramp, landed the run he crashed on, and took home the silver medal.
Before it was even called the X Games, Danny Way was taking home gold medals in Skateboard High Air from ESPN's inaugural Extreme Games in 1995.
Danny Way was towed on a skateboard to a speed of 74 miles per hour by Rob Dyrdek to set this world record on November 4, 2008.
In 2006, Danny Way smashed the bomb drop record when he dropped 28 feet into a ramp from atop the Fender Stratocaster sculpture at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
From a top secret location, Danny Way, the man who introduced the concept of the MegaRamp and jumped the Great Wall of China, is going bigger than he ever has before, and he managed to pick up a new world record in the process.