Lewis Crathern: the next jump is the Grand Canyon

Lewis Crathern, the fearless kitesurfer that has jumped the Brighton and the Worthing piers, is aiming to raise the bar in the next challenge.

He has confirmed that it is highly probable that he will leap over another obstacle out of Sussex.

"I wouldn't rule out jumping London Bridge", he revealed, after being asked about this crazy move in the River Thames, London.

The 25-year-old British kitesurfing champion has climbed 40ft to get over the Worthing Pier, his first attempt cleared one year ago with his friend Jake Scrace.

But, Crathern is going to keep his plans secret. "There are big monuments I could go over across the world."

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