Finishing on June 12 1994 both Ralph
Hildebrand and and Dave Phillips captured the record for the world's longest
water-skiing marathon after a soaking 56 hours 35 minutes and 3 seconds skiing
around Indian Arm in British Columbia, Canada.
The duo covered 2,152.3 kilometers which we won't
translate to miles as they are Canadian.
They used spotlights and infrared binoculars to avoid
obstacles during the night.
We wanted to post a picture but they were just too shriveled up and we didn't want
to scare anyone away.
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