Russian flyboarders attracted huge crowds on the shores of a lake outside Moscow, fusing water, neon, lasers, fireworks and breathtaking stunts to serve up a dazzling night show.
Flyboarding or hydroflying is a relatively new sport and water attraction which shot to fame in 2012 and and has gained a significant following since.
In flyboarding, a rider stands on a board connected to the water by a long hose to supply propulsion.
The shows, such as the one by MosFly team, staged at a water reservoir outside the Russia capital, are surely adding to the sport’s popularity.
The daredevils in neon suits performed summersaults and other breathtaking stunts at the height of a dozen meters above the lake while the night sky was spectacularly lit up by colored lasers and fireworks.