This Week In Webclips - Surfer Magazine
Surfer MagazineThis Week In WebclipsSurfer MagazineA drone edit emerges from the cut every so often that's (can't resist) above the rest, and this fly-by compilation over Hossegor, Mundaka, Nazaré, and more is one of those edits. Not only are the breaks gorgeous on their own, but whoever's piloting the ...Fly above pumping European surf in epic drone videoGrindTV (blog)all 2 news articles »
Posted on 20 August 2016 | 9:01 am
Sismo com epicentro no canhão da Nazaré -
Correio da ManhãSismo com epicentro no canhão da Nazaré - Portugal - Correio da ...Correio da ManhãAbalo de magnitude 4,1 na escala de Richter foi sentido em Lisboa.Sismo sentido em Lisboa teve epicentro no Canhão da NazaréJornal de Negócios - PortugalSismo de 4.1 no Canhão da NazaréSIC NotíciasApós sismo de 4,1 sentido em Lisboa, pode haver réplicas menoresDiário de Notícias - LisboaObservador -A Bolaall 45 news articles »
Posted on 19 August 2016 | 6:17 am
Addicted To Nature: Uniting In The Fight For
Dope MagazineAddicted To Nature: Uniting In The Fight For LegalityDope MagazineHe calls his greatest feats, “waves of consequence,” and drops into them on a skimboard (yes, a skimboard) at hot spots including Puerto Escondido, Nazare, Portugal and Jaws. He's also known as part of the Jackass Surf Crew, known for its righteous feats.
Posted on 13 August 2016 | 6:46 am
8ª etapa da Volta a Portugal liga Nazaré a
RTP8ª etapa da Volta a Portugal liga Nazaré a Arruda dos VinhosRTPJá está na estrada a 8ª etapa da Volta a Portugal em Bicicleta totalmente realizada na região Oeste do país. O percurso entre a Nazaré e a Arruda dos Vinhos tem 208 quilómetros e os principais corredores esperam um final da etapa atribulado. Partilhar ...Jesus Ezquerra do Sporting vence etapa, Rui Vinhas do FC Porto continua líderSapo DesportoComissários atribuem o mesmo tempo ao pelotãoO JogoImagens da etapa mais longa da VoltaJornal de NotíciasRenascença (liberação de imprensa) -Expresso -Público.ptall 38 news articles »
Posted on 5 August 2016 | 9:22 am
Jay Talking Travel: Portugal Episode Seven
CBS LocalJay Talking Travel: Portugal Episode Seven – Nazare On The BeachCBS LocalNamed after a statue of the Virgin Mary, Nazare is a popular beach destination in Portugal. It is known for massive waves and is popular with surfers. Like most of Portugal, Nazare is unsullied by the commercialism apparent in the rest of Western Europe.
Posted on 2 August 2016 | 7:08 pm
Praia do Norte: Nazaré, Portugal
Why It Matters: Praia do Norte has some of the biggest waves in the world. Nazaré picks up swell from just about every direction, and surfers go both right and a left. A deep undersea canyon runs 140 miles from west to east off the coast of Portugal. The ...
Posted on 23 September 2014 | 1:10 pm
Surfer, Andrew Cotton, Rides 'World's
A British plumber may have just ridden the biggest wave ever by a surfer. Andrew Cotton, 34, tackled the beast off the coast of Nazaré, Portugal, on Sunday. Experts estimate the wave at 78-80ft and are expected to confirm it as a record. It could have ...
Posted on 3 February 2014 | 6:07 pm
Nazare, Portugal Attracts Surfers With
Nazare, Portugal, is attracting hundreds of surfers with record-setting waves. The St. Jude’s Day storm is blamed for killing at least 15 people and leaving a wide path of destruction throughout Europe. However, surfers are taking advantage of the ...
Posted on 29 October 2013 | 6:48 am
Nazare, Portugal: the unique combination
The waves at Praia do Norte, near the fishing village of Nazaré, are famed for their size and beloved of surfers. These huge waves are caused by region's geography, and on Monday, the extreme weather St Jude’s Atlantic storm. Off the Praia do Norte ...
Posted on 29 October 2013 | 1:45 am
Surfer take a tumble in Nazare, Portugal:
Other surfers have also taken on the swell by Nazare, Portugal. They were there when McNamara rode the biggest one. It was caught on video. You get an idea just how massive the waves are around the 1:50 mark, when a surfer takes a dive. Can he get out ...
Posted on 7 February 2013 | 6:58 pm