Water skiing and wakeboarding must step aside now that the Subwing has entered the picture. This crazy water sport involves strapping one's hands onto the Subwing and attaching it to motor boat. Once ready to rock, the boat takes off pulling one through an underwater landscape. Subwing rides can only last so long because one must hold their breath while underwater.
The idea was created by Simon Sivertsen when some driftwood came floating by in the water. A few years later, Sivertsen has perfected his invention, which has evolved into its two-winged structure. While being towed underwater, one can press down on one of the wings to start turning in spirals.
The Subwing is the first high-speed water sport to happen below the surface.
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