A unique and often dangerous perspective of waves
Jun24

A unique and often dangerous perspective of waves

“Clark’s view” is a unique and often dangerous perspective of waves Award-winning photographer Clark Little who was born in Napa, California in 1968, grew up on the North Shore of Oahu (Hawaii) which dramatically changed his future. He made a name for himself by being able to survive closeout shorebreak waves.In 2007,after his wife wanted a photo of the ocean to decorate the bedroom wall, Clark founs a new ability and...

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A QUADRUPLE CROSSING of the Messina Straits
Jun18

A QUADRUPLE CROSSING of the Messina Straits

A QUADRUPLE CROSSING of the Messina Straits Carina completes the Strait of Bonifacio swim, now for a A QUADRUPLE CROSSING of the Messina Straits After waiting for the weather to subside with thunderstorms and and very rough seas forecast for the days preceding the attempt, Carina Bruwer’s attempt to cross the Strait of Bonifacio (15km) between Corsica (France) and Sardinia (Italy) on 15 June had to wait. The chance arrived on...

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Yellowtail Fishing Cape Point 2014
Jun17

Yellowtail Fishing Cape Point 2014

Yellowtail Fishing Cape Point 2014 On Friday 11 April, TheNakedFisherman and his crew visited the Cape Peninsula National Park on their “trusty steed” Jack, to try their hand at some of the famous Cape Town Yellowtail Fishing off Cape Point. This day happened to have some of the best fishing conditions of the entire year. Equipped with bare necessities, TheNakedFisherman and the rest of the crew managed to navigate through the...

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Throwback to PE2EL 2008, Sexy time or hard paddle?
Jun17

Throwback to PE2EL 2008, Sexy time or hard paddle?

Throwback to PE2EL 2008, Sexy time or hard paddle? By Jamie Hamlin edited by Amanzi Magazine Prologue The Lucky Strike Challenge, the Texan Challenge, the Plascon Challenge, the Sunshine Coast Challenge, the Southern Shamaal of yesteryears, are still referred to by paddlers as “The Challenge” or “PE2EL”. Spurred along by a bet between lifesaver John Woods and runner John Ball, the toughest surfski race in the world was pioneered. The...

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Carina Bruwer – Swims for Hope in Italy
Jun08

Carina Bruwer – Swims for Hope in Italy

Carina Bruwer – Swims for Hope in Italy- Amanzi Magazine feature For an open water swim to be official, crossings must be done in accordance with international open water swimming rules: Only one standard swimsuit (no wetsuit), cap and goggles to be worn, and swims must start and end on land, with no contact with support boats or crew allowed. JustGiving – Sponsor me now!  Carina Bruwer, lead player of SAMA Award-winning...

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