How do waves break? How will a wave break? It's one of the most frequent questions in surfing, and you'll forever learn where to paddle to. Left, right or no-go.
Reading waves and the direction they break is one of the most important skills in surfing. Whether you're a beginner, weekend warrior, intermediate or pro surfer, you should definitely learn how to read a wave.
Choosing the wave we'll be riding involves observation, and it will open a wide new world of advantages over other fellow surfers - you'll be catching the best waves, more waves, you'll experience less wipeouts, you'll get less tired and, above all, you'll surely have more fun.
The Virgin Kitesurfing Armada has set a Guinness World Record for the largest parade of kitesurfers, in Tarifa, Spain.
The event boosted by Richard Branson attracted a total of 352 riders to the warm waters of the south of Spain. The previous record was set in 2013 with 318 kiteboarders.
The world record has rules: the fleet must sail together for one nautical mile. And that is exactly what 352 kiteboarders did.