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Lines Into The Black Sea

Beat Yesterday Media House proudly presents their new film ‘Lines Into The Black Sea’.

Lines Into The Black Sea

One month paddling expedition through Turkey and Georgia started in April 2016. On the way through these beautiful countries, BYMH had a chance to paddle some amazing rivers, both known and unknown.

All the rivers are flowing into the Black Sea, and that’s where the name came from.

Enjoy!

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Lancashire Hotpot Yorkshire Pudding

Lancashire or Yorkshire, which is best? It’s a question that is greatly debated buy never settled. Lancashire Hotpot Yorkshire Pudding by Bob McKee shows two rivers, one within each of those great counties.

Lancashire Hotpot And Yorkshire Pudding

Bob and Chris Brain tackle the Hindburn in Lancashire and the Ribble in Yorkshire.

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Washburn Boaterfest 2016

Today was the Washburn Boaterfest 2016. We spent a few hours at the Washburn (North Yorkshire, UK) checking out the event and testing out some new gear.

Washburn Boaterfest 2016

For quite sometime if you went to any recent event you would be sure to see lots and lots of Pyranha 9Rs on the water. Today was quite different.

Washburn Boaterfest 2016

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Moriston River Race 2016

Moriston River Race 2016 from Eddy Mead – A collection of clips epically put together by Jarrad Cody of the recent Moriston Race in Scotland.

Moriston River Race 2016

This edit shows the new Dagger Phantom in action.

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Behold The Eddy Monster

Behold the Eddy Monster from Zak Dunning is well worth a watch. #getmoist

Behold the Eddy Monster

High water dusky lap on the Afon Glaslyn. This Welsh summer is so moist.

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In Love With Frank

In Love With Frank is a superb edit from Seth Dahl. Idaho is a beautiful place and this video captures the beauty of the Salmon River and the surrounding area.

In Love With Frank

This was a passion project. A love story with a wild place that has impacted my life deeply. For nine guide seasons I’ve worked Idaho’s Middle Fork of the Salmon River, the emerald queen of multiday river trips. She cuts through a 2.5 million acre span of wild, roadless beauty called The Frank Church Wilderness. It is a rugged and raw country. For years I’ve floated by the Middle Fork’s many tributaries and wondered what kind of scenery is upstream. I’ve also thought about the springtime whitewater. This video is an exploration of Rapid River, Loon Creek and Camas Creek with three good friends. They discuss how this area has helped shape their life and how it will continue to.

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King Of The Alps – Week Of Rivers

In the run up to the King of the Alps event we hit up some classics from Austria and Soith Tirol.

King Of The Alps - Week Of Rivers

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Torryd Designs – Xenogenesis

Deep in the PNW searching for stouts: Torryd Designs – Xenogenesis

Torryd Designs - Xenogenesis

Xenogenesis: the fancied production of an organism altogether and permanently unlike the parent.

The boys headed to the PNW for some stouting, and stout they did.

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Altai The Russian Whitewater Mecca

Altai is the best Russian whitewater-kayaking destination now available for international kayakers.

Kostya Lubyagin from Altai World explains why it is so.

Altai The Russian Whitewater Mecca

I’ve always been travelling over the world. 15 countries (from Russia to Nepal, Africa and Indonesia) tens of rivers from class III to VI class rivers and I can tell you that Altai has all advantages to become a mecca of not only Russian but international kayaking.

What makes Altai a mecca of kayaking? And why you should come to see it?

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Savage Slaughter

Savage Slaughter

From Will Lyons:

On a whim, my friends Erin and Jordan decided to go run Punchbowl Falls on Eagle Creek, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon. Nicole, Toby, and Ali provided moral support. I grabbed my camera to prove it actually happened. Here’s the story of what went down.

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The Upper Green River Gorge

Daniel Patrinellis takes a couple or runs down the Upper Green River gorge.

The Upper Green River Gorge

The upper Green River gorge at higher than normal flows. This was November of 2015 and level was in the 5500-5000 range for two laps.

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National Student Rodeo – Rescue Crew 2016

The NSR would not be possible if it were not for the crazy boys and girls of the rescue crew who are prepared to jump into the cold water repeatedly over the course of the weekend.

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I also enjoy capturing them in action.

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