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Dane Reynolds just released an eleven minute mash-up of clips that didn’t end up in Dane Reynolds’ part in Cluster. Dane looks truly electric, the music is perfectly MLP, and the edit is exactly the kind of thing that made Dane’s portal the sport’s most visited for so long.
John John Florence says that while filming on a boat trip he landed awkwardly on an alley-oop and injured his ankle. Though the World No. 7 is yet to officially withdraw from the Fiji Pro, his comments make it seem unlikely that he will be ready to compete by the start of the event window on June 7.
Stay tuned for more information on Florence’s status and other injury news on Michel Bourez and Stephanie Gilmore, who have already bowed out of Fiji Pro.
Who else would hold a spontaneous contest at the treacherous Keiki’s Shore Break in XXL size surf but Jamie O’Brien? The first annual Catch Surf Catch Cracks Keiki Pro Contest features some of the best big wave chargers on the North Shore. Then Poopies leads the charge and the guys head to the West side for a new sport they’ve invented called “Big Wave Hedge Surfing”.
Koa Smith and Billy Kemper + Koa Rothman take a trip of the lifetime to Mexico and come out the other side changed humans.
Teahupoo sure does know how to offer some different flavours. Tahiti’s most famous lefthander and its many faces are always a great show, no matter what.
In partnership with Spotify, SurfAid has released a revolutionary new fundraising campaign called “surfify”.
All you have to do is play our album of relaxing surf sounds, exclusively on Spotify. They then pay us a small royalty fee per track played. The more you play, the more you donate. You can even do it in your sleep. Best of all, it costs you nothing.
Now you can help too, by donating nothing more than your ears. Yep, that’s right, your ears. When you play the SurfAid album, Spotify pays us a royalty fee per track played. So even if you stream on repeat while you sleep, you’ll still be donating.
Jay Davies in Java is just what the doc scripted, and everything from the 60s surf jangle audio to the high-fives him deals out along the way.
Mark Mathews takes us on a journey of what it takes to survive and thrive at Red Bull Cape Fear with renowned breath-hold trainer Nam Baldwin.
“The thing with Cape Fear is that the hold downs aren’t particularly long, but because they’re so scary and you’re worried about hitting the bottom and getting washed into the cliffs — a 10 second wipeout at Cape Fear feels like a 30 second wipeout anywhere else.” Mark Mathews.