World Champion kitesurfer Adeuri Corniel trains and lives in a tropical island paradise in the Caribbean, with the beach and ocean as his playground. His house is a stones throw from the sea and together with his family he pushes the limits of kite-boarding, training hard in his home gym whilst also finding the time to chill out and relax in the nearby lagoon
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Oscar-nominated and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Joe Berlinger travels the globe with legendary windsurfing champion Robby Naish in the adventure sports documentary “The Longest Wave,” in which he discusses going from tween to legend and beyond with no regrets.
Robby Naish won over 150 tournament victories and collected 24 world titles.
He pioneered the sports of windsurfing, kiteboarding, stand-up paddleboarding, and foil boarding.
Naish is also a passionate big wave rider.
The film premieres August 10, 2021, only on Red Bull TV, a free, on-demand streaming service available on the web and as an app across devices big and small.
This is the most viral kitesurf video ever. With more than 50M views in just my Instagram post plus all the others prataforms that also posted this is the most watched kitesurf video in the world.
Reno Romeu’s jump was in Arubinha, one of the best places for kitesurfing in the world, only two hours away driving from Rio de Janeiro. Wind speed: 25 knots
Carlos Gauna surveys the wind-blown waves off a popular Santa Barbara County beach. It is a cold, gray afternoon and only a few people are in the water: a father teaching his son to surf, a lone man wading in the whitewash.
Gauna launches his video drone, hoping to spy what might be moving stealthily among them — great white sharks.
In decades past, this might have seemed a quixotic venture. Great whites were thought to be … More
Surfer Touches Great White Shark & Doesn’t Realize It – I took a drive south to warmer waters in Southern California and filmed a group of white sharks among surfers enjoying the surf. On a few occasions the sharks approached the surfers closely. The surfer’s don’t appear to know they aren’t alone in the water.