A while back I did a spotlight post on a very special boat that is circulating around ponds here in New Zealand, although this one breaks the mold. Jet sprinting originated in NZ, and is dominated by V8-powered boats. So when Peter Huijs showed up back in the day with boat that sounded slightly different, we all sat up and took notice.
Jetsprinting in a nutshell, is a jetboat with a crew consisting of a driver and a navigator racing against the clock through a twisting series of channels in 70-100cm of water. Each run usually takes around 55 seconds, and consists of 25-30 changes in direction, and as far as spectator sports go this one is hard to top!
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