Cory Teunissen recently was in Portugal where he was part of a project with the Red Bull team there called “Out To Sea.” For this project, Cory was able to ride across three different waterways.
The adventure started in the scenic waters of Castelo do Bode Dam where Cory took a glassy boat set and threw down the hammers that he’s known for.
From there, Cory headed to the quiet town of Tomar for a few winching sessions and drew a crowd of onlookers, all of whom surely had never seen anything like that before.
The third and last stop of the trip was to the Atlantic. There, Cory met up with Japanese surfer Hiroto Arai, who was in town for an international surfing competition. Together the two Red Bull athletes had a tow-in surf session on the Atlantic’s powerful waves.
“Portugal has great diversity to offer. Those few days were super intense in which we rode for hours and hours in a row, but it was so worth it. The biggest challenge was the wakeboarding in the ocean because that’s what got me out of my comfort zone. This was a trip of a lifetime, and I go back home with Portugal as one of my favourite destinations.”
– Cory Teunissen