"The future of kayaking:" World-record tandem descent

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You thought dropping off a 90-foot waterfall in a kayak was nuts? Try dropping off a 70-foot waterfall twice. Well, sort of: Kayakers Anton Immler and Steve Fisher just set a World Record for highest tandem kayak descent.

Even cooler is their obvious sense of humor and willingness to lampoon the idea of dropping off waterfalls in the freaking first place. Check it:

"It's like Shaun White and Travis Rice on one snowboard, together...but kayaking." Nice.

via the Goat

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