Benjamin Sanchis scores absolutely ridiculous waves in Mentawai.
The 6 minutes of Benjamin Sanchis catch wave. Ride wave. Get barreled at Kandui, Mentawai Islands.
Earlier this year, the Billabong Adventure Division embarked on a trip to the rural corners of Ireland. Desillusion Magazine editor Robin Pailler spent three days documenting Shane Dorian and Benjamin Sanchis as they traveled across the Irish landscape in search of some of the heaviest waves the Emerald Isle has to offer.
Earlier this month Shane Dorian and Benjamin Sanchis visited Ireland and scored. For his first trip ever to Ireland, a destination he had always looked for visiting, Shane Dorian went to Aileens and Rileys with Sancho to find that everything about the place was true, about the fantastic surf, the beautiful places and of course the legendary Irish hospitality.
Benjamin Sanchis (Hossegor, France) tows into one of the biggest waves ever challenged at Nazaré, Portugal, gets air, recovers, then goes down hard on December 11, 2014.
Benjamin Sanchis is back in another episode of Where is Sancho? This time he’s riding barrels in the Mentawais.
This is a quick and dirty edit by Vincent Kardasik from the paddle session in Belharra, France on January 7th, 2014. After Winter Storm Hercules unleashed the Black Swell onto the old continent, a host of the world’s best big wave surfers, including Shane Dorian, Benjamin Sanchis, Jamie Mitchell, and Grant “Twiggy” Baker, tackled some extraordinarily big waves.
There’s more than just soggy roast potatoes and dry turkey sweating away in this fridge. Ben Sancho’s leftovers should motivate you to travel more in 2014.
Benjamin Sanchis, in Indonesia. That’s all we’re gonna say and all you need to know. Seems to get really, really barreled wherever he goes.
Benjamin Sanchis returns with his latest episode of “Where’s Sancho?” It’s been a while, but Sancho delivers us through some heavy Nias barrels. Joining Sancho are Alain Riou, Koby Abberton, Tai Graham, Diego Santos Boniglioli and Antony Dachi. The pits are sick and the tubes do spit. Film and Edited by Pietro l.Franca with work by Antonio Zanella and Marvin Laurrie.