Good job man!!
A couple things that might help, only for continued growth as an oarsman: be careful of your bowman leaning away from river features, as if they are big enough, it could make you flip, looks like he was just leaning away from a couple of small things to stay dry though, I do that myself sometimes if I am a passenger.
When I lose an Oar, I usually just keep the boat straight with the other one, through any critical feature right ahead of me if I have to, then ship it under my knee so I can use both hands to recover said popped oar.
Maybe stay a little tighter to the right wall coming into Skull, you can be floating in sideways till you make your move, as soon as you start to see the rapid, then bust right, that has seemed to set me up where I want to be the easiest at all water levels, at least for me.
Great job though! Both with running Westwater, and putting together a video!!
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