This is the sickening moment a 26-year-old cliff diver overshoots a landing as he falls 50 feet into deep water.
Blair Landry was visiting Shuswap lake in British Columbia in
Blair starts the back-flip with extreme confidence launching himself over the edge, with no way of turning back.
As he pivots through the air his friends below can see that his overzealous energy that propelled him from the edge has forced him to overshoot.
As he lands with his back to the water, white spray erupts from the heavy impact as friends groan at what is clearly a painful landing.
Blair later shared the video to
Blair is still turning as he hits the water, his awkward figure poorly braced for the incoming landing
Blair punches into the water forming a geyser of white spray that completely obscures the landing area from view
Nevermind the coughing up blood
Having fallen 50 feet, Blair was lucky to have been able to leave with comparatively minor injuries.
Blair is no stranger to long drops regularly taking to the skies in a para-glider to explore parts of Canada and Oregon
Shuswap Lake is a popular travel destination in British Columbia, with the massive expanse of water reaching a staggering 161m deep.