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1. British kayaker takes on terrifying "Megatron rapid" in Norway

  • Duration: 77
  • Channel: sport
British kayaker takes on terrifying

A spectacular video has emerged from Norway of a professional kayaker taking on one of the world's longest rapids - "The Megatron" In the impressive action camera clip, Bren Orton paddles his way down the 160-metre slide with jagged rocks on both sides and white water spraying all around him. When Orton gets to the bottom, he can scarcely believe he's emerged unscathed. The remarkable video was filmed in 2016 but has only recently come to light. ++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS EDIT HAS BEEN BLEEPED FOR SWEARING++ Link to original: https://www.newsflare.com/video/119422/sport/british-kayaker-takes-on-terrifying-megatron-rapid-in-norway


2. British kayaker takes on terrifying "Megatron rapid" in Norway

  • Duration: 77
  • Channel: sport
British kayaker takes on terrifying

++CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: THIS CLIP INCLUDES SWEARING++ A spectacular video has emerged from Norway of a professional kayaker taking on one of the world's longest rapids - "The Megatron" In the impressive action camera clip, Bren Orton paddles his way down the 160-metre slide with jagged rocks on both sides and white water spraying all around him. When Orton gets to the bottom, he can scarcely believe he's emerged unscathed. The remarkable video was filmed in 2016 but has only recently come to light.


3. Breathtaking POV of kayayer running Norway's "tunnel rapid"

  • Duration: 39
  • Channel: sport
Breathtaking POV of kayayer running Norway's

A breathtaking video has emerged from Norway of a kayaker running a unique, wild section of river known as "The Tunnel Rapid." In the POV clip, German kayaker Adrian Mattern paddles into the white water of the river in Voss and confidently steers his way down a terrifying section of rapids before suddenly entering a tunnel. In near darkness, Mattern now shoots fast through the tunnel and emerges a few seconds later in the bright sunshine on the other side. "The entire rivers gets squeezed through a tunnel underneath train-rails, sending the kayaker on wild and fast ride into the dark," Mattern wrote online. "This is for sure one of the most unique rivers features ever," he added.