垣間見る: オリンピックのビーチで, サーフィンは間違いなくアップ

垣間見る: オリンピックのビーチで, surf's definitely up
On the beach about 60 東京の東マイル, Olympic surfers are enjoying waves created by a tropical storm that has disrupted some outdoor events

On the beach about 60 マイル東 東京 Olympic surfers are enjoying waves created by an approaching typhoon that has disrupted some outdoor events — and made the proceedings feel even more dramatic, both in life and on camera.

The storm is a major win for competitive surfing, given that Tsurigasaki Beach is not generally known for powerful waves, according to Olympic surfing forecaster Kurt Korte. The beach is popular for surfing in 日本 — but is hardly a world class location like ハワイ または Tahiti

Surfers again had powerful waves from the storm but were gifted Tuesday with rain that tamed the winds — as ideal a forecast as could be expected this time of year for this beach.

For photographers trying to capture the moments, the contrast of murky water makes an image pop even more than during sunny, placid days with bluer waves. The three layers — competitor on surfboard, foamy waves and background water — are brought out in even more stark relief, adding to the drama.

___

より多くのAPオリンピック報道: http://www.apnews.com/OlympicGamesおよびhttp://twitter.com/AP_Sports

コメントを残す

メールアドレスが公開されることはありません。 * が付いている欄は必須項目です