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Extreme Sport

March 7, 2008

In a national survey commissioned by AKSA (American Kite Surfing Association) kite surfing, a relatively new sport in North America, is ranked as the top extreme sport! According to Logan Long, a co-founder of AKSA, “it’s just .. the biggest adrenaline rush available”, and Cathi Long, another co-founder, adds “kite surfers are simply the sexiest athletes”!

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  4. So the Xtremes are growing by the day: GOOSEBERRY FALLS STATE PARK — Nearly 300,000 people visit this North Shore park every summer to watch a liquid Gooseberry River plunge toward Lake Superior.

    But on a recent February morning, 12 intrepid visitors have come to clamber up the river’s now-frozen falls. This is ice-climbing, a wintry spin-off of rock climbing. Climbers, harnessed and roped for safety, use ice axes in their hands and spikes called crampons on their boots to ascend this 20-foot wall of ice.

    The climbers are part of an “Introduction to Ice Climbing” outing sponsored by the Recreational Sports Outdoor Program at the University of Minnesota Duluth.



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