Shocking footage has captured the moment a Great White Shark broke into a diving cage while a tourist was trapped inside. The four-metre-long predator was chasing a piece of tuna bait left out by a guide when it accidentally smashed into the supposedly ‘shark-proof’ cage.
A 20-foot long great white who inhabits your nightmares and the ocean off the coast of Ensenada, in Guadalupe Island Mexico. Mexican shark researcher Dr Mauricio Hoyos Padilla getting seriously close to what could be the largest great white shark ever seen.
Last month after the Los Cabos Open of Surf, Alana Blanchard and Leila Hurst shot down to Salina Cruz, Mexico to try to catch some fun swell that was coming in. It ended up being such a fun trip
World Surf League (WSL) Big Wave Tour (BWT) is placing the Puerto Escondido Challenge in Puerto Escondido, Mexico, on Yellow Alert with a projected 30-foot-plus swell heading toward the region. Event organizers will monitor conditions closely and declare a Green Alert 72 hours prior to the start of the event, conditions permitting.
Mexican authorities have confirmed the burnt out van found in the rural state of Sinaloa was that of West Australian surfers, Dean Lucas and Adam Coleman.
Jamie O’Brien and Shane Dorian team up to show you exactly what it looks like to be inside a massive Mexican barrel! Both riders were armed with cameras and got the shots of their lives while simultaneously getting barreled on the same wave. Plus Ryan Hipwood takes advantage of the largest South swell in 12 years and tows Poopies into the biggest wave he’s ever been on.
Tom Lowe (Cornwall, England) at Puerto Escondido, Mexico on May 3, 2015. Video by Alexey Orlov/Go Big.
Koa Smith and Billy Kemper + Koa Rothman take a trip of the lifetime to Mexico and come out the other side changed humans
Brad Domke takes us through his controversial wave (ridden on a finless skimboard) that earned an unprecedented nomination in the Billabong Ride of the Year category of the 2015 WSL Big Wave Awards. Domke rode the wave at Puerto Escondido, Mexico on July 5, 2014. He finished in fifth place.
The massive swell that’s pulsing through the Americas right now turned Puerto Escondido into something not seen in nearly three decades. The military is out keeping looters at bay, and the waves are just plain huge. Pedro Calado found this bomb. He didn’t make it out, and chances are pretty good that this’ll be a nomination for Wipeout of the Year.