Wind surfer Stephen Schafer, who was killed Wednesday by a swarm of sharks off the coast of Florida, had bruises on his arms that indicate he tried to fight off the feeding predators during his final moments.
In a report released today by the Martin County Sheriff's Office, the 38-year-old surfer had 8 to 10 inch bite wounds on his right thigh and "numerous teeth marks" on his right and left buttocks.
Schafer also had bruising on the inside of his right arm and woun
Oslo Norway Getting Ready To Board Windstar's Wind Surf One of the Largest Sailing Yachts in the World-Departing from Oslo, Norway this eight-day cruise took us to Amsterdam, Netherlands, with stops to Kristiansand, Norway; Rotterdam and Vlissingen, Netherlands; Zeebruge, Belgium; and Dover, England
CANCUN, Mexico--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 23, 2006--Ranked as one of this summer's top international destinations, Cancun, Mexico, prepares for its busiest travel season to date with new developments in transportation and accommodations. Travelers visiting the Caribbean's most popular vacation hotspot will find the destination and its newly renovated resorts, restaurants, beaches and attractions better and even more accessible than ever.
As the country's second busiest airport next to Mexico City, Cancun International Airport has experienced significant and continued increases in visitation since its construction in
PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--North Kiteboarding and PIQ revealed a game-changer for the
kiteboarding industry, in the form of a sport specific accessory. With
the most advanced sensor technology, it works in real-time and displays
information via the PIQ attached to the board. For an enhanced riding
experience, North Kiteboarding and PIQ will shake up your sessions and
By Brad Haynes and Pedro Fonseca
| RIO DE JANEIRO
RIO DE JANEIRO Carried by samba stars, a supermodel and Prince Albert of Monaco, the Olympic torch made its final journey on Friday from Rio de Janeiro's iconic Christ the Redeemer statue to the Games' opening ceremony amid anti-government protests.
After seven years of preparations for Friday's opening at the Maracana stadium, organizers hope the start of the Games will turn the page on months of bad publicity for Rio, over everything from crime and polluted water to faulty plumbing at the athletes