Lewis Crathern: watch out, mate | Photo: Martyn Wells

Lewis Crathern has done it again. The intrepid kitesurfer jumped over the Brighton Pier, in the UK, one year after leaping over the Worthing Pier.

The stuntman has prepared everything and, again, there were no problems. It was 4pm when Crathern got the best winds and waves to attempt the second dangerous challenge.

He had to navigate two hours before making the decision to leave the choppy waters and head for the sky. Watch how he did it.

“Brighton was a bit more difficult than Worthing because the pier is a lot higher. But I got a huge wave and went for it. I felt safe. I would never attempt these things if I wasn't 100 per cent safe", he told reporters.

Lewis Crathern is 25 years old and is a former British kitesurfing champion. Do not try to imitate this jump. This is dangerous move and was done by an experienced kitesurfer. What will he do next? The London Bridge?

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