Welcome back to Really Really Really Good Surfers, Rip Curl’s brand new web series all about the world’s best surfers (as told by the world’s best surfers). Episode two? Featuring Gabriel Medina…
All five nominees for the 2017 TAG Heuer Wipeout of the Year Award are presented in a single clip for your review. Featuring (in alphabetical order) Wilem at Maverick’s, Nathan Florence at Maverick’s, Danny Griffiths at Shipstern Bluff, Tom Lowe at Nazaré and Rafael Tapia at Nazaré. Video by Curt Myers, Blakeney Sanford, Dave Otto, […]
Reigning surfing world champion Tyler Wright has revealed she nearly quit the championship tour after her brother Owen Wright was seriously injured during a warm-up surf at Pipeline in Hawaii. At 21, Tyler became her brother’s primary carer. She felt at a crossroads: should she quit the tour to be by her brother’s side, or […]
John John Florence posted a clip to Instagram of him landing one of the most causal backflips we’ve ever seen. In mushy conditions somewhere in Australia, Florence throws a vicious tailwhip carve before setting up for the backflip. He punts the backflip and lands with relative ease, gliding away like it was no big deal, […]
Rip Curl released the first episode of a new series entitled “Really Really Really Good Surfers”. First episode is coming from Matt Wilkinson, fresh of a heater on the Gold Coast in which he shared the final with good mate Owen Wright.
Performance without sacrificing style. Much like Dillon Perillo’s surfing, an eye pleasing approach is paired with dynamic progression.
In the most recent episode of Red Bull’s Chasing the Shot, the Northern Lights lit up the sky at night, setting the stage for what Fanning said was one of the best nights of his life.
Duo cleaned up from rocks at Cape Solander, Australia
Italo was recently in Bali warming up before another serious competitive charge, slicing the above edit in just three days of shooting.
In this special, extended version we see the aftermath of the ride, with fellow Brazilian Lucas “Chumbo” Chianca coming to the rescue on a PWC, only to have both surfers bucked off on the inside.