Understanding Freediving Blackouts and How to Prevent Them

Understanding Freediving Blackouts and How to Prevent Them Posted June 20, 2017 The Inertia By Torsten Durkan People that have survived freediving blackouts report a euphoric feeling having come over them full of bright lights and even music before darkness consumed them. Freediver and big wave surfer Patrick Curry describes his blackout experience as such: “When […]

COUNTDOWN TO RIP CURL CUP BEGINS

COUNTDOWN TO RIP CURL CUP BEGINS Posted June 19, 2017 Carvemag In just a few weeks the surfing world’s attention will turn to the Indonesian island of Bali when the Rip Curl Cup returns to the storied lefthand barrels of Padang Padang. The opening ceremony kicks off the action to surfing’s premier renegade contest on […]

CROCODILES INVADE PUERTO ESCONDIDO

CROCODILES INVADE PUERTO ESCONDIDO June 19, 2017 Magicseaweed News It’s been a weird season thus far in Puerto Escondido. The only major swell hit a month ago and was accompanied by wonky winds, and since then it’s been sort of touch and go. By any other beach’s scale, there have been waves, but Puerto is […]