There are three main dangerous ocean currents. Rip currents, undertows and rip tides are very frequent in the majority of the beaches and coastal regions. Learn how to survive them.
Surfers know currents. They've already been dragged by a strong current or channel. However, can we evaluate distinct dangers and act accordingly? How do we get back to the beach, and when should we know something's not right?
The Eastern Long Island Coastal Conservation Alliance (ELICCA) has detailed the differences between these natural phenomenon beach hazards. Let's see:
Brad Domke, Oliver Bridge, Thomas Traversa and Amaury Lavernhe are "Athletes of the Year 2014" by SurferToday
SurferToday.com has announced the best wave riders of the year 2014.
They have been inspiring our lives and pushing the limits of wave sports.
They are the most talented surfers, kiteboarders, windsurfers and bodyboarders of our oceans in 2014.
Their time is now.