Category Archives: Water Sports

What are the Most Common Water Sport Injuries?

Water sports can be an adrenaline pumping thrill ride, perfect for those long hot summer days. Whether you choose to surf, ski, wakeboard or kayak, there are a whole host of sports you can do on the water to get … Click to read the full article

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Confronting the Cold Coast – Chris Kendall

When Chris Kendall talks about his surfing experiences, it doesn’t conjure up the usual images of surfing. There are no board shorts, white sandy beaches or sun kissed bodies. In fact, there’s rarely very much sun at all.  Chris is … Click to read the full article

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Synergy in Sweden – Helen Wikmar and Emma Wanberg

Each year, traversing the wild terrain of the Stockholm archipelago, teams of two race over 65km on foot and 10km through water in the toughest Swimrun event in the world. ‘Synergy in Sweden’ tells the story of how two Swedish … Click to read the full article

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Tips on Selecting a Paddleboard

If you’re planning to go in for a paddleboard, there are mainly two main kinds of boards available. These are Solid SUPs and Inflatable SUPs. Given below are a few of the benefits of choosing either type of paddleboard. Solid … Click to read the full article

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Navigating the White Continent – Ewan Blyth and Sophie Ballagh

For most people, the thought of kayaking the waterways of the Antarctic Ocean is fairly daunting. But for Ewan Blyth and Sophie Ballagh, it’s something they undertake every day – with 25 tourists in tow. We spoke to adventure kayak … Click to read the full article

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Choosing the Right Dry Suit for Cold Water Dives

Knowing what kind of dry suit to wear can help you unlock the beauty of cold water dives without feeling frosty. There’s a reason some of the world’s most well-traveled divers call the west coast home. Few subsurface sights can … Click to read the full article

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5 Ways to Stay Safe When Partaking in Extreme Sports

If you are the type of person who likes to live life in the fast lane, chances are, normal sports don’t give you the thrill and adrenaline you desire. This is why extreme sports are so popular with thrill seekers, … Click to read the full article

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Reasons to Visit Nassau, Bahamas: An Extreme Divers Paradise

Comprised of about 2000 islands and 470,000 square kilometers from Cuba to Florida, diving in the Bahamas offers drifts, sharks, amazing coral reefs, and more. As the capital of the Bahamas, Nassau has everything you could desire for an unforgettable … Click to read the full article

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