Shark attacks account for an average of just five fatalities a year worldwide, but is it enough to ease your mind when you enter in the waters where sharks are common that a chance for a deadly encounter is very low? Founders of an Australian company called SAMS think their products can reduce the chance of shark attack even more.
A group of 10 riders, nominated by windsurfing fans worldwide, caught a storm in Cornwall, UK. This winter has been one of the most extreme ever in the UK, and the storm was as hardcore as they hoped it'd be with the wind gusts up to 70 knots (130 km/h) and 10 meters waves.
James Zenk, 47, from Mountain View, was catching waves in 3-4 meters surf near the Santa Cruz Lighthouse. The area has strong currents and can be dangerous in rough waters, especially at horseshoe-shaped cliff known as "toilet bowl".