The Today show’s Karl Stefanovic is no stranger to an on-air gaffe or two, but he recently went a little close to the line (if not jumping right over it) with some Indian cricket fans. Interviewing groups of Indian and Australian fans ahead of today’s World Cup semi final between the two nations, Stefanovic took a quick moment to put his foot in it, saying, “I was just gonna ask, who is manning the 7-Elevens today?” Watch it now.
Remember when Mark Healey was thrown out of a boat at Mavericks in December last year? Just in case you’ve forgotten, the clip being submitted to Billabong’s XXL Wipeout of The Year serves as a good reminder. Actually, chances are you haven’t even seen the footage yet, just the photo. This is very entertaining viewing.
Just jumping off this 45-foot cliff took balls. Jumping off this 45-foot cliff as a windsurfer cruised close by took something else entirely. How he managed to avoid ending up like a hot dog on a stick is beyond us. Listening to the cliff jumper’s reaction after he climbed back up, it’s clear that he thought he was done for as well. “I was bracing for impact,” he says. Well, at least his friends got a good laugh out of it.
This is certainly not the first or last time you will see Alex Gray getting barreled off his head inside a beautiful, blue-green Fijian emerald. But in no way, shape, or form does that mean it’s getting old. Here’s Alex navigating some impossible barrel sections on his recent strike mission to Fiji. And make sure to stick around till the end to see his Garnier Fructis shampoo commercial audition. It’s priceless.
“Here it is! The trailer for The Bangers Tour is out and it’s sick, filmed and edited by Chris Seager of Aspect Media. There will be 6 episodes this year and the first two have been filmed already. The release date for episode one is: 4th of April.” – Sam Pilgrim. Shout out to Chris Seager for the submission.
While the brutal east coast winter was still in full swing Nigel Sylvester had to escape from New York for some much needed fun in the sun. So he hopped on a plane to Miami, where he caught some session time on his bike and enjoyed some of the finer things in life—while capturing it all on his Sony Action Cam 4K.
We Are Blood is a modern day skate epic featuring Paul Rodriguez and other top skateboarders as they travel the globe pushing the limits of what’s possible on a board and four wheels while celebrating the unconditional bond created by the simple act of skateboarding. Directed by Ty Evans, We Are Blood is filmed using state-of-the-art cameras to creatively capture the most cutting-edge, progressive skating experience imaginable.