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A tidal bore, also known as a surge, is a massive and often single wave caused by the constriction of an incoming spring tide, as it gets funneled up a narrow and shallow river.
According to historians, the origin of the word "haole" precedes the arrival of Captain James Cook in the Hawaiian archipelago, in 1778.
Stact, the smartphone mobile app that allows action sports fans to find, follow, and watch competitions, announced the launch of an event management software.
In October 2016, Steve Brown lost his left arm to cancer. As a result, he had to relearn to surf again with one arm.
He's been called the "guardian angel of Nazaré."
They look like tidal bores, but they're not caused by tides. Upstream river waves are swells, or wave trains, that form in the ocean and travel up the river.

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