10. RAFTING THROUGH ROUGH RIVERS
Descent on the mountain river is a dangerous occupation in the open air using an inflatable raft as a vehicle for passing mountain or other troubled rivers.
This is a complex sport requiring extreme attention, training and teamwork to resist high-speed water flows in mountainous areas, where the likelihood of accidents is very high. The environment is a very important factor, creating new obstacles for athletes.
An attachment can injure a leg if a person falls out, and it will be difficult for him to fix himself again on the spot. Other injuries include broken bones, sprained knees, and ankles. Sports can become even more dangerous without proper uniforms.
It is important for participants to have protective equipment for rafting. Rafting over rugged rivers closes the top ten most dangerous sports in the world.