KUMUTOTO BAY, New Zealand — A frightening moment was captured on video in New Zealand when a mother who was recording her 6-year-old daughter waterskiing for the first time realized the girl was not alone in the water.
In the footage, audible cheers turn into shouts of shock when the family realizes that there were killer whales below the surface.
The incident occurred in Kumutoto Bay.
Gabbard reacts to hearing she's the very first presidential candidate to catch a wave in #FITN state New Hampshire.— Nicole Sganga (@NicoleSganga) January 1, 2020
"If we could go surfing every day, and bring everybody out, that'd be awesome."#nhpolitics pic.twitter.com/HttvdnkdlW
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) kicked off the new year catching winter waves on Hampton Beach in New Hampshire on Wednesday — an act that coincides with her campaign surpassing its December fundraising goal, bringing in over $1 million in the final month of the year.
The presidential hopeful told reporters, “There is absolutely no better way to start the day and to start the year.”
McKenna Knipe, 24, filmed herself pulling off a (seemingly) impossible stunt – chowing down on Burger King’s fake-meat Impossible Whopper while flying through the air in a wingsuit.
The high-flying footage was shared by the South Florida resident, who concealed the sandwich in her flight jacket before jumping out of a plane on the back of another flyer, Steve King, reported South West News Service, a British news agency.
- Bryon Howard, of Calgary, Alberta, captured heart-stopping video of the moment he narrowly avoided getting caught in an avalanche
- He was running on the Lakeshore Trail high up on a mountain at the scenic Lake Louise on Friday around 5pm when the avalanche erupted
- He filmed the puff of white smoke and mist that bloomed on the mountain and roared towards him as he ran away
- He managed to avoid getting hit by the snow drift itself but was caught in mist
- ‘I do have a new appreciation for … how quickly it can come upon you and how unexpectedly it can come,’ he said after the avalanche
Are you ready to catch some waves this summer? Check out some of these rad surf spots across the United States that are ideal for newbie surfers.
Starting to get stoked for surfing has never been easier – as long as you know which U.S. beaches are best for catching your first ride. Many coastal areas across the country offer fantastic surfing and welcome beginners with laid-back waves, as well as surf schools with experienced instructors.
Most likely, you won’t be the only novice surfer on the beach. The sport is becoming more popular than ever, as for the first time in history, surfing will be included in the 2020 Summer Olympics.
Ready to catch some waves? You’ll need some practice before you can get barreled, do aerial tricks or perform cutbacks. Check out these great surfing spots across America that are ideal for beginners (also called “groms” in the surfing world).
These scenic coastal destinations feature beautiful beaches, friendly crowds and an overall fun wave-catching experience. Continue at Source: Surf’s up! 10 of the best beaches for beginners to catch waves
Anyone out there searching for the best cities to jumpstart their hearts and get their adrenaline pumping will want to check out these 10 locales.
When it comes to adventure, people tend to swing one of two ways: they either stick to the straight and narrow, finding comfort on their couch and enjoying the simplicities of freshly brewed tea, a Netflix marathon, and a warm blanket, or they hurl themselves out of planes at break-neck speeds from 15,000 feet above the ground.
For the most fearless among us, they simply can’t get enough of the fast-paced thrills. Whether it’s barrelling out of rickety 4-seat Cessnas at terminal velocity, catapulting toward earth with only a bungee cord for support, or mountain biking down sheer cliffs with no hope of turning back, there are plenty of cities that specialize in heart-pumping action, ready to squash that hunger for adrenaline. Continue at Source: 10 Cities Guaranteed To Turn You Into An Adrenaline Junkie