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After weaving a homemade bungee cord, Jamie O’Brien convinces Poopies to jump off the Wahiawa Bridge. JOB and the boys then build a giant kicker ramp and use it at Waimea, Haleiwa and Pipeline. Giant flips and lots of fun lead to what may be the world’s best best slip and slide!
A thrilling Finals day at the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach, stop No. 3 on the 2014 Samsung Galaxy ASP World Championship Tour (WCT), saw Mick Fanning (AUS) and Carissa Moore (HAW) ring the Bell and claim victory at the historic event. The day started with the Women’s competition where Moore came out on top at Bells Bowl. The competition then moved to Winkipop for the Men’s Semifinals and Finals where Fanning reigned supreme.
Dane Reynolds’ pal and longtime filmer, Jason “Mini” Blanchard, recently dipped into his archives and came up with his favorites from over the years. “These are twelve of my best clips of Dane Reynolds. Filmed in Sumbawa, Japan, Hawaii, and California from 2011 – 2013, for various Marine Layer Productions projects such as ‘Excerpt’, ‘Loaded’, and Kai Neville’s ‘Dear Suburbia,’” he stated on his YouTube channel. Widely regarded as the world’s best freesurfer, these twelve waves are further proof that Dane could give the Kelly Slater and John John’s of the world a run for their money in a contest jersey.
Italy’s Surfcorner.it just posted this clip of Marco Ranaldi digging Bali’s epic lefts.
Free session at Keramas with Dusty Payne, Frederick Patacchia, Nat Young, Yadin Nicol, Felipe Toledo, Gabriel Medina, Mick Fanning.
The Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards makes the extra effort to recognize five of the biggest paddle-in waves of the year in honor of the sheer man power required to take on nature’s beasts. Mark Healey (HAW), Aaron Gold (HAW), and Mark Mathews (AUS) all braved Maui’s giant known as Pe’ahi or ‘Jaws’, and are all in contention for the award. Big Wave World Tour Champion Grant Baker’s ride at Sunset in South Africa, and lastly Shawn Dollar’s ride at Mavericks also both have the chance to earn $20,000 in prize money. Dollar is the current holder for the Guinness Record Largest Wave Ridden (Paddle-In).
Stephan Figueiredo having fun around the world, especially in a pumping Indo section.
The Mentawais, a place most of us know and love for it’s perfect waves, is currently under threat by palm oil companies. The man behind the film above, Matt Hannon, has put in an incredible amount of effort to bring us the views of the local people and what effects such a deforestation would have on the community.
Tough times, you know? Hilariously tough, but tough nonetheless. Rip currents are godsends and hellraisers depending on what you’re doing in ‘em. Rip currents can be your friend at times, other times they are not, think this guy made an enemy. If he had just paddled sideways instead of in towards the beach.