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12 November 2013 68 shares 0 View comments Gliding across 95 feet of smooth white, Andrew Cotton looks like he's snowboarding down a towering mountain. But rather than landing on a sludgy pile of ice and muddy snow, he hops gleefully onto the sun-
Apple is about to announce the release date for Mavericks, the latest version of the software that runs on all its desktop computers and laptops. Since 2001, every edition of OS X has been named after big cats, starting with the code-names Cheetah
It's a steamy afternoon in Tamuning as the temperature approaches triple digits. At 3 p.m., parents and kids start filtering into the Onward Beach Resort water park, an oasis in the heat. They greet husband-and-wife team Joe and Hidemi Villatora,
Parkinson was untroubled in the first day's heats at Teahupo'o but fellow Australian Taj Burrow was a shock elimination on the opening day. At a place where the only fin you want to see is made of fibreglass, a shark went cruising through the lineup.
Storm Surfers 3D Andrew Chisholm/XLrator Media Ross Clarke-Jones, right, being filmed in the documentary Storm Surfers 3D...Published: June 13, 2013 More About This Movie In tow-in, a surfer is ferried by Jet Ski to huge waves that couldnt be caught
2 June 2013 0 shares 0 View comments Slicing through a spiral of azure blue water, these professional surfers look more like they have been caught in a washing machine than taking on the might of the Pacific Ocean. The extreme sportsmen were enjoying
Tahitian spot he made famous ... the surfing icon tells TMZ. "They are so much more concerned with catching the next wave than with other surfers," the 49-year-old big-wave pioneer said. "The chaos of the jet skis' movement has a circus-like aspect...
A photographer risked bone-crunching sea swell as well as man-eating sharks to capture these amazing underwater pictures of a surfer riding a massive 30 foot wave. Brave Lucia Griggi, 30, took the incredible images off the coast of Fiji. The British
I would like to take a moment to thank you all for your continued support during my big wave adventures. For over 13 years now, most of you have been following and or supporting me in some way, shape or form. Without your encouragement, positive
The Pacific Northwest crew had been watching this storm develop under Japan for about 10 days and it was really geared up to send some monster surf their way. Veteran big-wave riders and 2011 Billabong XXL Nominee Eric Akiskalian and his tow partner