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The greatest frisbee catch (and toss) of all time

November 30, 2011 |  3:49 pm


Have a free afternoon, an ocean, a bridge, a speedboat and a frisbee? Here's a good way to kill some time.

Practice throwing the frisbee off the bridge, over the ocean, where your friend, riding in a speedboat, jumps out of the boat to catch the frisbee before falling in the water. Piece of cake. Shouldn't take more than a year or so to perfect.

Brodie Smith did it recently in Australia, and he posted the video on YouTube. You can also watch it above. From Smith's YouTube description:

"The plan was for me to launch the Frisbee out into the water and for the boat to drive up onto it so the ‘How Ridiculous’ boys can make the catch. However, Derek had other plans giving us the Incredible Speed Boat Catch!"

Yeah, some of that doesn't make any sense to me either, but I figure the least I can do is run his description of the event after he took all that time to put it together.

The frisbee was caught by Derek Herron.


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