His imperative was simple: ride the biggest wave he could find and in the process get exposure for his various sponsors, through photographs, videos, online coverage and on the front of surfing magazines. It is a job, he explains, not dissimilar to driving a Formula One racing car covered in corporate logos and looking for a global audience. On Tuesday Belharra became his Monaco grand prix. … [Read more...] about Surfer Shane Dorian flies from Hawaii to catch 20-metre monster French wave
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Two million pints down the drain EVERY WEEK: £220,000 of fresh British milk is dumped each day... largely because coronavirus has shut down coffee chains. Worse still? There's a shortage of milk in the shops, writes GUY ADAMS On Monday, Gary Underwood got out of bed at 3am to bring in his 100-strong herd of Friesian cows from the fields. … [Read more...] about Spag Bol Britain: Shoppers bought extra 10 million packs of mince during panic-buying while more expensive beef was left to rot – as farmers hold food wastage crisis meeting with government over plummeting industry prices