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Scott demonstrating his kayak drinking system for the race. An old 1.5 L Coke bottle has been transformed into a milkshake delivery system, complete with extra wide drink hose (so the thick shake doesn't get stuck). A small 350 mL Coke bottle will deliver some caffeinne and quick sugar (in the form of Coke) at the 3 hr mark when he's starting to slow down. And finally the 3 L water bladder will be stored inside the kayak, delivering sportsdrink that comes up through an extra long hose through a hole in the kayak.

NEW ZEALAND | Friday, 12 February 2010 | Views [2063] | Comments [1]

Scott demonstrating his kayak drinking system for the race. An old 1.5 L Coke bottle has been transformed into a milkshake delivery system, complete with extra wide drink hose (so the thick shake doesn't get stuck). A small 350 mL Coke bottle will deliver some caffeinne and quick sugar (in the form of Coke) at the 3 hr mark when he's starting to slow down. And finally the 3 L water bladder will be stored inside the kayak, delivering sportsdrink that comes up through an extra long hose through a hole in the kayak.

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High tech!

  Mattias Feb 12, 2010 6:16 PM

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