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Pro kayaker Tyler Bradt paddled over the 186-foot high Palouse Falls in Washington state. The previous record for a vertical drop was 127 feet. Bradt managed to stay inside his boat throughout the drop and impact and sustained no serious injuries. Though, he did break his paddle. Bradt set the waterfall record high with his run, but it’s only a matter of time before some boater somewhere tries to run a 200 footer.

See the impressive video of Bradt’s record setting run here

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