Jamie Barrow – Snowboarder Towed By A Plane

The Briton became the first person who dared to do this.

Extreme snowboarder has a speed of 125 km / h, towed by a plane


The famous extreme Jamie Barrow managed to reach a speed of 125 kilometers per hour.


Jamie Barrow is one of the best snowboarders in Great Britain and the author of various extreme stunts.

This time, he snowboarded with a rope attached to the plane. Thus Barrow swept along the narrow snowy road along the runway.

The Briton became the first person who dared to do this. The snowboarder managed to achieve a top speed of 125 kilometers per hour.

Barrow ventured into his stunt in St. Moritz, the famous Swiss ski resort.

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