Zach Starr remembers his father taking him to a sandbar and pushing him out to some little white waters on a small soft board when he was around three years old. “From then on, I was hooked,” says Zach.
Carter Baum, 14 years old, a student at Virginia Beach Middle School and a resident of the North End, already has a well-established love for the ocean and surfing. Carter lives with his parents, Liz and Kevin, and younger sister Ava, 12 years old. After living abroad in Spain for four years, they recently moved back to the North End in Virginia Beach, and Carter has been chasing the next swell ever since.
A biting north wind howls outside, and the temperature hovers below freezing. While most folks are at home, cozy and warm, a handful of intrepid adventurers dressed in black wetsuits are having the time of their lives ripping and shredding through the frigid waters of Lake Michigan.
MANASQUAN, N.J. — A seventh grader at Wall Intermediate School in Wall, New Jersey, has found her passion at the Jersey Shore. “I was surfing in the Outer Banks [North Carolina] and then I tried out for a surf team,” said Kaitlyn Fallon, who is a member of the Pink Pineapple surf school, which was […]
TORONTO, Ontario — From Paris to Tokyo and Yukon, Shara Dubeau, a Canadian stand-up paddle (SUP) enthusiast ranked 364 in SUP Racer’s 2019 Women’s world rankings, has been adding new races to her already substantial list of challenges. This year alone she placed first in the SUP Race Ardèche, third in the 130km Dordogne Intégrale […]