A feat is a heroic action or worthy of being highlighted . Its extraordinary characteristics make it a fact that transcends the weather, and that often reaches notoriety internationally. For example: "The home team achieved the feat and qualified for the final of the tournament by beating the favorite by 3 to 1", “A feat of American doctors, who performed the first successful face transplant”, "The chronicles of the time speak of an unprecedented military feat".
The exploits can take place in any field. One of its most common uses takes place in the sport , when a competitor or a team manages to break the forecasts. If the football team of Haiti defeat the national team of Brazil , you can talk about feat as it is a result that does not match the background of both teams.
In a similar sense, a triumph of the tennis player who is in the post 536 of the ranking over the number 4 of the world would also be a feat, since the odds of triumph would have been virtually nil in the previous one. The feat, therefore, is usually associated with the unexpected or surprising.
The exploits of the science they take place when researchers successfully complete a previously unpublished process or when they make a discovery. Certain surgical interventions that are normal today were considered, some decades ago, as great feats.
It should be noted that the notion of feat contemplates a certain subjectivity . What for one person is a feat, for another it may seem somewhat unimportant or inconsequential. In this context, the book Guinness Records is an annual publication that includes all kinds of incredible achievements by living beings from all over the world.
The following describes some of the most sought-after exploits on the Internet, many of which are part of the Guinness book:
* bike accolades: for many people, learning to ride a bicycle represents a whole challenge And not everyone gets it. However, this means of transport that for some serves as an ecological alternative to the traditional car, for others it becomes an extension of their body that allows them to perform feats that make their viewers doubt their own sanity. Among the most risky tests are jumps of several meters, rides on railings and other extremely thin surfaces, and pirouettes that require cyclists to dismount for a few seconds while circling in the air;
* virtuous musicians: For centuries, many composers have written pieces that only a few are able to interpret, whether for singing, violin or piano, among many other instruments. Listening to a good performance of a piano concerto by Liszt, one of Paganini's impossible violin pieces or an aria written for castrating by Vivaldi means witnessing a feat. On the other hand, there are people who are dedicated to finding fame through very specific challenges, such as playing "Flight of the Bumblebee"by Nikolai Rimski-Kórsakov in less than 66 seconds, or sing notes more acute or serious than imaginable;
* Parkour: it is a discipline that consists of taking advantage of the obstacles found on public roads to push on them and perform all kinds of stunts. Jump between buildings, bounce from one wall to another and jump off bridges, all accompanied by turns 360 degree and fluid landings; Those are some of the activities carried out by experts in parkour, whose motto is usually "advance without end."
On the other hand, there are challenges such as solving the Rubik's cube in a few seconds, eating huge amounts of food in an absurd time limit and climbing buildings in the best style Spider Man.