Sharks are scary enough when they stay in their underwater lane. There's something about the bloodthirsty prehistoric apex predators that inspires a level of primal fear, no matter how much certain models/pseudo-scientists might try and convince people that they're misunderstood, peaceful creatures.
Have sharks learned how to fly? Not as far as we're aware, but at least one has figured out how to catch enough air to knock a seven-year-old off of his surfboard. We don't want to engage in too much wild prognostication, but we may soon see gangs of sharks knocking people off of surfboards and feasting on their flesh. More as this story develops.
It all began five years ago with a young Bangladeshi surfer named Nasima Akter. In 2013, US filmmaker Heather Kessinger filmed a documentary called about Nasima out-surfing her male peers at a time in her life when most Bangladeshi girls are expected to be married and have children. She was only 18 at the time. RELATED: Russel Bierke’s Newest Edit, Flow State The movement to encourage young girls to surf has since expanded to include a new movie released on November 29th called ,
Even though Tahiti is about 10,000 miles away from mainland France, it's being seriously considered to host the surfing venue. Red Bull Content Pool. With surfing making its debut in the Olympics line up, the pressure is on the upcoming hosting cities to find an adequate venue. Considering that Paris is landlocked, everyone is curious where they’ll host the event. Last June, rumors started circulating that Teahupo’o was in the running as a contender since it’s technically a French
Oahu might be the location of a new wake pool park and attraction center like this one. Wikipedia photo. Brian Keaulana, a legend of Hawaiian big wave lore, is looking into developing a 19-acre plot on the western side of Oahu for a new wave pool and surf park. The announcement comes after the Hawaiian Community Development Authority authorized exploration for the project, which would be called the Honokea Surf Village. RELATED: Watch Glacial Surfing in Alaska The development’s wave