Duck diving is one of those things that you should probably figure out before you paddle out to a place that’s barreling. A few days ago, Zeb Critchlow found out that he was sharing the lineup with a guy who didn’t quite have it dialed in just yet–and he found out in the worst possible way.
Damien Hobgood on another standout barrel at Cloudbreak.
Board transfer, surfing Teahupoo on fire, and now launches drom Teahupoo barrel. Jamie partnered up with Eric Sterman and Brent Bielmann to take a drone to a location where drones are not expected to go. He whipped into a wave at Teahupo’o with the drone– propellers spinning, tape rolling– then got barreled, came out and launched the drone like a white wedding event dove into a sundown. “Eric and I have been talking about getting that clip for a while. We were talking about doing it at Pipe or Mainland Mexico, but we never ended up actually trying it. Then we were at Teahupo’o the other afternoon and he looked at me and said, “So you want to get a barrel with the drone?” The waves were perfect and we went for it”, JOB said. What he will do next?
US father has divided social media followers after posting video of him bodyboarding with his 9-nine-month-old son.
The video has been uploaded by Jorge Tirado, who took his son out for his ever experience in the waves and managed to capture the moment they got tubed together on a GoPro mounted on the Bodyboard. At first the baby appears to be quite shocked and frightened but when he is actually inside the barrel, it definitely looks like he was enjoying the moment.
Would you risk some skin to get those barrels? This 2 lucky guys had it to themselves for a week in a row.
Photo: Iuri Borba
Wet season is good season, brown water and nice barrels at some beach breaks around the Island. That is our favourite.
Here’s two minutes and twelve seconds of barrel on late drop on barrel with some of the North Shore’s top suspects.
Tai Graham embodies a rich heritage of Maori/Aussie/Balinese cultures which he blends into an inspiring life of surfing, working and savouring local life in Bali. In the latest Monthly Grind episode from ION the barrel Tai reflects on his first waves in Indonesia, his role mentoring young surfers and about the place he loves to live and hunt for waves.
Kalani Chapman scores an Indonesian double barrel and takes home $1000.
Marti Paradisis getting deep in Indonesia. There’s some incredible funnels in this clip, and its evident Marti feels right at home taking cover in these warm water holes, with some fluid facework to match.