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Video: British Kitesurfer Flies 600 Feet Over a Sandspit

We've seen plenty of videos of kitesurfers getting sketchy amounts of air after inadvertently catching a gust.  However, this is the most air we've ever seen a kitesurfer intentionally seek out.  

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The man behind this madness, professional kitesurfer Olly Bridge, said that he had been wanting to try this particular jump for a while, begging the question: What other jumps are on his bucket list?

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11-Year-Old Skateboarder Sky Brown Took A GNARLY Crash And Reminds Us Its OK To Fall
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11-Year-Old Skateboarder Sky Brown Took A GNARLY Crash And Reminds Us Its OK To Fall

11-Year-Old Skateboarder Sky Brown Took A GNARLY Crash And Reminds Us Its OK To Fall

Turns out little kids aren’t just made of rubber. We’re sorry to see 11-year-old skateboarder and Britain's youngest Olympian Sky Brown take a crash that landed her in the hospital with a fractured skull and a broken arm and wrist. One thing is certain though, and that’s that Brown is tough as nails for speaking to her fans from her hospital bed about the importance of learning from mistakes and getting up from falls. RELATED: Check out Cam McCaul in Accomplice“I don’t usually post my falls

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VIDEO: Close Call With Vertical Entrapment in a Kayak
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VIDEO: Close Call With Vertical Entrapment in a Kayak

VIDEO: Close Call With Vertical Entrapment in a Kayak

Sometimes it’s the small features on a river that can be the most dangerous, as this close call on Mexico’s Río el Salto demonstrates. What looks like a relatively inconspicuous drop turns into a nightmare when the last boat down gets pinned vertically. Thanks to the quick thinking of his fellow kayakers, and some sheer strength, he makes it out his boat unharmed. RELATED: Watch the Official Trailer for Accomplice With whitewater season in full swing, remember to be safe on the river and

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Kayaker Saves Baby Deer From River Rapids
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Kayaker Saves Baby Deer From River Rapids

Kayaker Saves Baby Deer From River Rapids

Poor little Bambi forgot his PFD when he was swept downstream in the Candigliano river in Italy. Lucky for him, there was a group of kayakers nearby ready to lend a helping hand. There isn’t any sort of standard kayaking protocol for saving woodland creatures in whitewater, but this one heroic Italian managed to safely pull the distressed animal onto the front of his boat and ferry it back to shore. From the looks of it, the deer seemed to enjoy the ride too. RELATED: Watch the Official