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Lac St. Jean's own Louis-Philippe Rivest brings us a video of him running some great lines through some huge water in his 2012 highlight video. He has been working hard over the last few years advancing his skills in the whitewater of the Rivière Mistassibi outside of Dolbeau, Quebec. Check it.

Martin Vollen brings us "One for the road," the final episode of Striestrømmer television for 2012. This Norwegian whitewater kayaker has been killing it! Rivers in the video include the Visa, Finna, Tessa and Stordalselva.

Ever wondered what Chinese whitewater is like? Check out this video fo the first successful descent of the Yellow River and its trib in the Quinghai Province of China. Something to add to your bucket list.

It's here! This is the very first episode from the Substantial Media House, which is run by Evan Garcia and Fred Norquist. In "Hot WET Scandinavian Pillaging", the boys are on a 5 week adventure to Norway. Along the way they traverse the beautiful valleys and conquer the high water levels to pillage some great memories and capture som awesome footage. Check it out!

Daniel Patrinellis and Adrian Wigston made the trip to Leavenworth for the last weekend of Oktoberfest and some whitewater kayaking. He writes that the recent warm weather and light rains had brought Tumwater up to a decent level. Great video and looks like fun times were definitely had.

Ever heard of Zet Kayaks, based in the CZECH Republic? Possibly not but they are all over the place in whitewater competitions, videos, etc. Especially races. Ben Marr rides them as well. Check out this short video showing some Zet kayaks in action.

The boys are at it again! Evan Garcia and Fred Norquist document their travels and experiences through a new online web series featuring some of the worlds most spectacular and dangers rivers. Seeing as how everything else they've put out is amazing, this is really exciting!

The Boone Crew getting rowdy in the southeast during Spring of 2012. Video highlights some great whitewater kayaking and creeking on the Tallulah, Watauga, Laurel Fork, Cheoah, North Harper, Raven Fork, Mill Creek, New Dries, etc.

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