Terje Haakonsen and Ståle Sandbech river surfing in Norway

River surfing on a stationary “wave” is an incredible natural phenomenon. For Terje Haakonsen and Ståle Sandbech it’s just another summer pastime in Norway, where the hit the water in an undisclosed location along with some fellow Norwegians.

See also: Roope Tonteri and Eero Ettala skate a floating mini ramp in Finland

From www.lapointcamps.com via Vimeo:

In this episode of GOOD TIMES we follow Olympic silver medalist Ståle Sandbech and legendary snowboarder Terje Håkonsen for some river surfing somewhere in Norway. See how it went, enjoy!

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