Water sports: Water jumping
04.07.2018 at 13:03
Dino Bajric from Sarajevo is a 29-year-old Master of Sort, who has chosen one of the most extreme sports in the world his life call- jumping into water from great heights. Dino was the best jumper from Jajce waterfalls for two consecutive years, he won the second place on jumps from the Old Bridge in Mostar, but also a multiple winner of former jumps in the famous Kazan in Konjic. He says he has experienced a billion injuries, from the contusion of the entire spinal column to different hematoma, but he considers it an unavoidable part of the sport he does and loves immensely, and the adrenaline always keeps him going. During the regional competition season, he is proud to present the City of Sarajevo and our flag. Dino will be our guide for everybody who is interested in trying out this sport.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has natural beauties and attractive locations that are accessible and there are different kinds of tournaments. Natural rocks, waterfalls and historic buildings are all places that offer challenges for jumping. Considering this, it is also a sport that can directly promote the beauty of our country.
There are many attractive destinations, but the waterfall in Jajce is a destination that provokes admiration. The ambience around the waterfall, located in the heart of the old town, is phenomenal. As for the dangers, every jumping destination is dangerous, because this is a kind of sport in which a moment of deconcentration can create problems.
Like in any sport, you need previous training. You can jump on your own but you need to know that everything can go wrong very easily. Jumping from high altitudes without any additional protective gear is very dangerous. Begin gradually with the heights, ie from lower heights to highest. Strengthen and disperse your body, as jumpin in water from high altitude is as jumping in "concrete". The water strike is really strong.