Kayakers hit world’s largest waterfall drops

Every action sport has its gauntlet. In surfing it's catching the biggest wave, in skiing it's stomping the biggest cliff, and in whitewater kayaking, it's dropping the biggest waterfall. However, in the world of paddling, dropping isn't enough. Just because you're crazy enough to toss yourself over a cascading water drop doesn't mean you are an elite extreme kayaker. Nay, in order for the drop to count on the record books, you have to stay in your kayak and paddle away—a true separation of the wheat from the chaff. Canoe and Kayak magazine recently compiled a list of eight massive waterfall drops and the people crazy enough to land them. Here is Anoil Serrasolses flying over the 100-foot Salto de la Puma in Chile. For the entire list, check out the Canoe and Kayak's web story.

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