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Well it was an awesome day on Clear Creek for the first event of the Plateau Creek Race Series. The turn out was fantastic with 20+ competitors and over 30 spectators whom braved the icy roads to join in the fun. Read more to find out the results and check out some photos.

Jackson Kayak and Red-Bull Team Rider Rafa Ortiz is a very busy man. Fresh off being the second man to conquer the 189ft Palouse Falls in Washington state and competing in the Whitewater Grand Prix, Ortiz is heading home to Mexico to the many waterfalls on the Alseseca River.

Watch as Watersheds Films explores the infamous Little Stoney in Virginia. This is some COLD and snowy conditions but man it looks absolutely gorgeous. The Little Stoney drops 1,000 feet in less than 3 miles and is filled with picturesque waterfalls, long curvy slides and complex boulder gardens.

Wave Sport brings us another helpful instructional video. This one is on how to Airscrew, one of the coolest whitewater freestyle kayaking tricks in the book. The Airscrew is also one of the hardest tricks to land straight and paddler Devyn Scott gives you one super important tip to help you with that.

Check out Sam Grafton's 2012 whitewater kayaking highlight reel. Sam is a local paddler out of Index, WA and is pushing the boundaries of whitewater in the Pacific Northwest. Watch Sam charging in Washington on the Wentachee River, Top Tye Creek, Robe Canyon, The Skykomish River, the Chelan Gorge as well as various BC runs.

Kresh Productions brings us another great whitewater kayaking edit. This time, the action is on Upper Big Creek in North Carolina. Mitch, the man behind Kresh says that this is one of his new favorite runs and is similar to the Green. Check it.

Chris Gallaway of Rapid Transit Video brings us a cool whitewater kayaking video called Two Days in September. This vid takes a look at two different rivers in Western North Carolina: one a traffic jam on a steep creek flowing brown with dam released water and the other a clear fall day on mountain rivers that ran brown from tannins leeched out of the autumn forest.

Somos del Rio is a film about the struggle between energy development and the preservation of Patagonia's pristine and free flowing watersheds. A group of expedition paddlers and filmmakers will travel to the Patagonian wilderness to immerse themselves in the life that these endangered rivers support.

Check out Shon Bollock testing out a custom made GoPro mount called the Spinny. As you can see from the video, it makes for some awesome shots. That being said, it does look pretty dangerous and just ripe for a head entrapment so be careful if you decide to make one for yourself.

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