VIDEO. 2Up1Down: fifty meters above the sky. The folly of three kiters

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Have you forgotten your kite board and don’t know how to get out? Here’s the solution three crazy kiters came up with. Tie three kites together, fly two people, the one higher up at 50 meters the one in the middle at 25 meters and leave only one in the water surfing the board. 2Up1Down is the feat of Nick Jacobsen, Kevin Langeree and Youri Zoon in this spectacular video.

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