Wakeskater pioneer Brian Grubb takes the sport to the next level with an innovative drone ride.
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‘Kick their butt’: The paraplegic, double amputee, water-ski extraordinaire
Mr Sleep grew up going water-skiing with his family every weekend at Lake Eppalock in central Victoria. In 2001, when he was 29, a fall from a quad bike left him a paraplegic. Jason Sleep at the 2017 World Championships at Myuna Bay, NSW.Credit. Shane Morgan, Timbertop PhotographyIn 2004, to avoid “sitting about whingeing”, he asked his dad, Ian, to take him water-skiing at Exford Weir, near Melton. Mr Sleep sat in a special cage, which was padded to suit his body and bolted to a ski. He says he…
If there’s one thing to learn about Liza Koshy, don’t EVER challenge her to a hydrofoil surfing competition. – Will Smith
American wakeskating specialist Brian Grubb used a drone equipped with a battery as powerful as 158 smartphones put together, to ride down the Sava Bohinjka River, in Slovenia.