The mad bastard, he must have drank a whole bottle of white lightning. Recorded at Hawkstone Park during the Red Bull Pro National Motocross race.
James Hollmer-Cross finds himself in one of the most terrifying situations imaginable. This gut churning scene transpired at Pedra Blanca, 16 miles off the south coast of Tasmania, on March 2nd. “It was the heaviest thing that’s ever happened to me,” says James. “I thought I was actually going to die. I was just fighting and almost blacked out, but kind of fought it, and I came through. It was pretty euphoric actually.”
After taking part in a spoof video for a hoverboard, fans of Tony Hawk voiced their displeasure when they found out that it was a fake video and the hoverboards weren’t real. Do you think Tony needed to apologise for making the video, or are people too whiny?
Big game fishing is all about the thrill and adrenaline rush of fishing from boats to catch large open-water species known for their sporting qualities, such as tuna and marlin. Join Sub Aquatic as they boil down their countless hours spent fishing and over half a terabyte of GoPro footage into a 5 minute clip. Shout out to Josh Smith for the submission.
A Wisconsin high schooler was left seeing stars after being on the receiving end of a crushing open-ice hit during last week’s state playoffs. The collision happened during a semifinal matchup between West Salem and Lincoln, with a West Salem skater getting knocked flat on his back by a brutal — but legal — check as soon as he crossed into the Lincoln zone. The West Salem bench argued for a penalty, but, as the fired-up TV commentator exclaimed, “That’s how you play the game.”
The Youngbloods are a small spearfishing crew from the beautiful coast of north west Australia. Join them on their recent fishing adventure where they spear some massive fish, go for a surf and generally live the Aussie dream.
World Champ, Austin Keen sealed the #1 spot in the Skim UST tour for 2013 which is commendable in itself, however he has been doing so much more work than just that. He has helped start a skim camp for eager students, he supports healthy values in lifestyle and nutrition/yoga, constantly pushes the envelope in free skimming and as seen here Step Off’s. Step off’s are exactly what they sound like. You step off a larger board onto a smaller board, and in this case a $100 Costco surfboard. The benefit of doing this is experimenting on larger waves in places normally un-skimable to expand the sport of Skimboarding to our cousin sports like surfing and skating.
A van was double parked on the street but went unnoticed by the lead cyclist who was looking back and communicating to the rest of the team. Only at the last second when the leader again faced forwards, did he see the vehicle. He had to quickly swerve to avoid it and this obviously upset him. He stopped his bicycle abruptly and flew into a violent rage. The entire crew pulled up in support and some followed his lead. They bent the windscreen wipers, pepper sprayed the driver, tried to steal his keys, assaulted him with a bicycle wheel and punched him and the passenger in the face repeatedly. Shout out to Gareth Reid for the submission.
Daniel Sandoval is haunted by progression and it’s led him to some of the most mind-blowing tricks and combos ever performed on a bicycle. What could he possibly come up with next?