"Dad, is that man going to die?"
"Yes he is, son."
This is a video news report from Florida discussing the adrenaline junkies who took
o the beach during the onset of Hurricane Matthew to wind-surf. The clip features one wind-surfer catching some huge air, which he amazingly manages to land after instead of getting pitted -- so pitted. Actually, getting pitted is a positive term used to describe surfing completely inside the barrel of a wave, so it's not actually the right expression to use here.
A man kite surfing at Ocean Beach was picked up by a gust of wind and fell on to the Great Highway where he was then hit by a car. [ more › ]
Reports the Daytona Beach News-Journal, a surfer not yet publicly identified suffered a head laceration while surfing in New Smyrna Beach this morning. More »
While it's definitely not recommended that sports enthusiasts hit the ocean with a hurricane approaching, the combination of wind and wave really does create some ideal conditions for some water sports. Hurricane Matthew is expected...
Surfer and New Smyrna High School math teach Frederick Fernandez, 55, died on Saturday while surfing Hurricane Irene’s 5- to 7-foot waves at New Smyrna Beach, Florida, according to a story on WFTV.com. Fernandez when he was tossed o...