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How these 30 people tried to break a world record on skis is amazing (VIDEO)
First Published Apr 15 2013 10:33 am • Last Updated Apr 15 2013 10:33 am

Watch as 30 skiers try to break a world record in Canada.

How these 30 people tried to break a world record on skis is amazing (VIDEO)

A group of 30 people in Quebec gathered this weekend to attempt breaking a world record for the having the most people do a backflip on skis, at once, all while holding hands.Watch their first attempt in this 12-second clip.Watch video showing the angle from behind the skiers as posted by Gregory Frechette to Facebook. The video is being shared on Reddit, where the user who originally posted about the attempt says that world cup skiing champion Mikael Kingsbury took ...

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