On a roll! Daredevil flyboarder performs three back flips while floating above a lake in Moscow
- Kristina Isaeva soars into the air before diving over the lake in Moscow again
- She is pushed back up by her flyboard and makes three somersaults in the air
- Flyboarder finished in second place at the international FlyFest 2019 in Moscow
This is the incredible moment when a daredevil flips while flyboarding across a lake in Russia.
Footage shows Kristina Isaeva shooting up into the air before diving back down and skimming the surface of the lake in Moscow.
The flyboarder then completes three back flips while being propelled through the air again by the board powered by powerful jets of water.
Kristina Isaeva performs three backflips on her flyboard over a lake in Moscow, Russia
The daredevil, who has been flyboarding for three years, shoots into the air with her jet-powered device
During the clip, which was filmed on September 26, Ms. Isaeva makes her acrobatics look effortless as she floats through the air on her device.
In 2019, Ms. Isaeva, who has been flyboarding for three years, finished second in the FlyFest 2019 international competition in Moscow.
She said, ‘Flyboarding is my life. I’ve been doing this for three years now and I know in the world there aren’t many girls who can do this.
‘In Russia I am the only one who can do these kinds of tricks and I took second place in the international FlyFest 2019 competition in Moscow. It was in the Pro category and I did it with 13 guys. ‘
The flyboard was created in 2012 by French water sports enthusiast Frank Zapta, founder and CEO of Zapata Racing in France.
The board, which is mounted on a user’s feet, is connected by a 55ft hose to a watercraft.
Mrs. Isaeva floats effortlessly into the air on her device before performing three backflips above the lake (left and right)
After completing the daring trick, the flyboarder will return to the water
Water is then diverted through the hose that splits into two nozzles under your feet and allows the rider to be pushed into the air.
Last year, Mr. Zapta was the first person to cross the English Channel on a kerosene-powered board.
The inventor departure towards the White Cliffs of Dover from Sangatte beach, in Calais, at a speed of about 140 mph, staying at least 15 meters above the water during its journey.