On June 5, 2014 Freddy Krueger set a world jump record of 250 feet [76.2m] at Lake Hancock in Winter Garden, Florida behind the new MasterCraft ProStar. The leap marked his 8th career world jump record (his first: 1999). Krueger’s previous world record was 247 feet which set in 2008 at the McCormick Fall Classic. Check out the slow motion video of his huge jump.
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