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So Shane Groves and John Moore recently found and cleaned out this Cranberry Creek run in West Virginia. While it's not super difficult, it is a fun run with lots of slides and a few drops. The only problem with it is that it is dirty so bring some plugs for sure. Get a look at the run as the Demshitz take you for a tour.

Mill creek and Manns creek are two Fayetteville, WV staple runs. Both are super fun, clean and quality creeks. Mill is a steep class 4-5 whitewater carnival ride. Manns creek is a boofing paradise with 5 miles of non-stop boulder gardens. Both of the stellar runs are within 30 minutes of town. And with the dries nearby, a virtual whitewater paradise. Check it.

It was an awesome weekend at the Moose River in Old Forge, New York for the 2013 King of New York Moose Race. It was a very close race with some great competitors and it ended with the crowning of a New Whitewater King. Demshitz Jared Seiler paddled raced a sea kayak to become the New KING OF NEW YORK!!! Check out the teaser for the upcoming full video.

Check out some beautiful helmet cam shots of the Lachine rapids outside of Montreal from team paddlers Bren Orton, Dave Fusilli and Craig Kleckner. This a quick 90 second mash up of some of the go pro clips they acquired while surfing Big Joe and Pyramid wave. Definitely worth a watch.

Vimeo user Bret Goering brings us a cool whitewater kayaking edit from his first Gauley Fest. The vid features his run with the Virginia Tech paddlers and the Demshitz on the upper Gauley river for Gauley Fest 2013. After the meadow, the water was at 5,000+cfs or double the normal release.

Great whitewater kayaking video from the Demshitz here. The vid includes a stop in the Poconos to route a 1st D of Wangum Falls, then the Demshitz racing the Raquette river and winning, running the Beaver Blaster, Topo Duo'ing the Mosier, and finally racing the Eagle section where they took second place. Some would say Demshitz won Beaver Fest 2013.

Awesome edit from the Demshitz coming at you. Their first stop was the Leavenworth area where they tackled Exit rapid at a good flow. Next they hit Log Choke falls on the Top Tye and then Hamma hamma falls. Ended with some clean lines off of Sliver Falls and then shit running in the Hood River area.

Watch the Demshitz's Mike Patterson and friends fire up the Upper West Prong of the Little Pigeon in the Smoky Mountains. Mike also runs the Elk River Falls, which he had his eye on for quite some time. Level was lower than perfect but he went for it anyway. Check it out.

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.

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