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The Demshitz recently decided to go on a kayaking extravaganza. It was a 24 hour day with 3 New York metro area kayaking runs that included Class 5 Popolopen creek, Class 4 Housatonic, and an extreme night time sea kayak circumnavigation of Manhattan Island. 35 miles of kayaking on 5 different rivers in 24 hours. Check it.

Ben Trister brings us another great whitewater canoeing video. This features Ben rocking his Blackfly canoe down Suck Creek for the first time. Suck Creek is a Class IV-V+ creek near Chattanooga and apparently only 15 minutes from Ben. So jealous.

Check out this episode of Rugged TV, which focuses on Whitewater kayaking. Rugged TV is a show out of Canada that focuses on a different sport for each episode. High quality video, good interviews and great action shots like the creek boat kickflip at 5:09 make it a worthwhile watch.

One day before class, Colin Hunt, Ty Caldwell, Clay Lucas, and Dylan McKinney decided to take advantage of the rains that Hurricane Frances brought in 2004. They rallied out to slides section of Laurel Creek in North Carolina, near 321, to tackle Trashcan Falls. Some great line and good camera angles. Check it.

Mitch Bearden and Kresh Productions bring us a short video of a great day kayaking the Cascades. The Nantahala Cascades are a classic Class IV-V Southern creek run located in North Carolina. The flow was 410 cfs for this run. Check it.

If you haven't seen Huck, you should definitely take a few minutes and check it out. Released around 10 months ago, Huck follows Evan Garcia as he explores what it means to kayak off of big waterfalls—considering both the risks and rewards of a life driven by freefall. Great short video by Andy Maser.

WeStroke Team Rider Ben Ghertner brings us a video of him doing some kayaking in the Little River Canyon (LRC) in Alabama. He and friends hit the falls, Mammoth and Terminal Eddy in what looks like an awesome day. Even a little bit of carnage thrown in to boot. Check it. 

The guys and gals over at the GDI Facebook group bring us a new video called Telliho. As you might have guessed, it features a bunch of openboaters kicking it on the Tellico River. Very cool stuff and boofs galore. Check it out.

The guys over at Drop Nation (formerly known as Teenage Paddleland) bring us a trailer for their new whitewater kayaking documentary web series, D'eau Vive. Looks very cool and we can't wait to check out the first episode, which drops around March 1st. Check it.

This past Saturday was the second event of the Plateau Creek Race Series, which is being brought to you by World Kayak, with help from The Outdoor Experience in Cookeville and we here at This event was a timed race on the Jett to Lilly section of Clear Creek, near Crossville and Wartburg, TN.

Check out this great video guide to the Tellico from World Kayak ambassador Tommy Clapp. The World Kayak Initiative is doing this with support from GoPro to put together a great resource of POV river guides around the world. So far they have guides from all over the US, Canada, and Japan.

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