Ingrid Puusta has completed the crossing of the Baltic Sea on a windsurfer.
The Estonian Olympic RS:X sailor traveled 100 nautical miles (185 kilometers) between the island of Farö, in Sweden, and Türju, in Estonia.
Puusta kicked off her adventure at 7:37 am, and concluded the solo crossing in darkness at 9:25 pm. That's nearly 14 hours of windsurfing in rough seas.
Austin Keen continues his adventure into the unknown. This time, the dreadlocked skimboarder grabbed a long bungee rope and got towed by a boat at 45.5 miles per hour.
The idea came from Marco Thompson, an action sports entrepreneur with a taste for creative stunts. The duo made it a reality at Mission Beach, in California.
The visual result is quite impressive. Keen glides dozens of yards across the surface of the water, then jumps over the wake's whitewater, connects with it, and performs a wide variety of tricks.