Plenty of crew with Taj Burrow, Ezekiel Lau, Jay Davies, Kalani Ball, Jackson Baker, Harry Bryant, Brent Dorrington, Billy Stairmand, Dean Morrison and Chris Zaffis.
Compilation of the greatest worst Jetski / Tow in wipeouts ever caught on tape.
Here’s how Steph Gilmore feels about this world after she hops out of a 40-second barrel, the wave looks even better from above. What a wonderful world.
Here’s Lee Wilson and Chris Ward at Desert Point from just a few days ago. “A raw and unpredictable approach with an end product that one could stare at over and over again. He has been coming to Desert point for years. I was over here to surf this special wave on a Chilli Fader that I pulled off the rack, a board that I have grown quite fond of. This was my third time to Desert Point and the first time I’ve ever surfed it offshore. I hit up Wardo to see if he was down to collaborate on a piece. He was more than happy to. We went surfing, Carlo (Coral) documented. I’ve surfed some pretty good lefts in my life but nothing that comes close to this. A trip that was meant to be three days was cut short to one due to a wave driving my feet into the reef. This is what happened.” says Lee Wilson.
There are more and more animals surfing these days, from lamas, goats, dogs, pigs, rabbits, and cats (among a few others), it seemed as if no animal on Earth was safe from the wild allure of surfing. Meet Beaker, a six-year-old surfing monkey from Sipura Island in the Mentawai, Indonesia who loves to hang ten and tail.
Episode one of web surfing series License to Chill starring Mason Ho and his friend Cheeseburger. Mason and Burger head to the luscious lefthanders of Bali where they meet up with Tom, Wardo, Pat Curren, Harry Bryant and John-Michael Turner. One thing is for sure, this is a web-series that you won’t want to miss.
Gabriel Medina was the first surfer to ever pull a backflip in a WSL CT event and over for a perfect score in Round Two of the Oi Rio Pro.
Once again, Jamie O’Brien gifting us with footage we never thought we’d see. Here sixty seconds featuring JOB and a visual tutorial on how to surf pipe on a foam longboard.
Here are some of the funniest surfing and wave fails, enjoy!
Samsung Brasil made a promo video showing off how it can keep pro surfer Gabriel Medina connected to his smartphone when he’s out putting in a training session on the waves. The electronics company and John Cabianca, appear to have conjured up a surfboard that is capable of telling Medina the surf forecast and can also receive social media messages from land, all simply by sliding in a Galaxy S7 smartphone. Pairing a secret drawer hiding away a Galaxy S7 on the side of the surfboard with LEDs allows for wave conditions, tweets from fans and tips from his coach to be displayed.