Left in ruins since April 2012, the high-end ski training venue for the British Winter Olympic team is once again in the spotlight thanks to a new edit from SALT-STREET Productions. Sheffield Ski Village used to boast skiers like James Machon and X Games gold medalist James Woods but now sits abandoned and prone to arson and vandalism. Two skiers and a snowboarder hit the super sketchy park for this “Red Run” edit in the hopes of drumming up support for the snow wasteland. The tricks may not be that big, but dang if it wouldn’t be hard to ski over all that crap.

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Even though Jamie already had an untouchable skate legacy and was closing in on 40 years old, he still waged an epic battle for his Cold War ender, a trick that is gnarly by any standard.


The term rail god doesn’t get thrown around often, especially in regards to a 16-year-old, but I’d definitely say young homie Johnny Atencio is on the right path. Massive crank arm grinds and all-around man-the-fuck-uppery that most young riders seem to shy away from. This is dope.


Watch as wild man Adrian Cenni carves on clouds 6,000 feet in the air while a helicopter flings him around at 130kph. Shout out to Tristan Wright for the awesome submission.


For a five-time Argentine surf champion, one might think that winning the national Argentine Surf Championship would be the ultimate career high. Not so for surfer Martín Passeri, who recently surprised everyone when the surfer made an unexpected decision: when he was called to compete, instead of racing to the water, he stopped short. Watch what happens next.


Most skateboarding videos are shot on shaky cameras in city streets, but not this one. Brett Novak and Kilian Martin shattered everything we know about skateboarding with this glorious high definition masterpiece. From the salt flats to rocky desserts, this video proves anywhere can be a skate park if you’re keen enough to make it happen. The astonishing street skating and flatland tricks combined with those glorious landscapes make this easily one of the most impressive skate videos of all time.


Danish football fan Michael Hansen left the game between Randers and Hobro 100,000 kroner ($18,000 AUD) richer than he came. Hansen was picked to take part in an on-field contest during a break in the action. He expertly kicked the ball through a small hole in the upper corner of the goal to win the prize money. He then played the 2nd half and is now sorting through endorsement offers.


School days with the New Balance Numeric team. Featuring: Arto Saari, Tom Knox, Jordan Taylor, Tyler Surrey, Jordan Trahan, PJ Ladd, Marquise Henry, Jack Curtin, Levi Brown, and Tom Karangelov. Amazing execution. I love how they incorporated the injured riders too.


Quick reflexes, athletic ability, sharp wit, greying beard signifying wisdom, the love of a woman, beer in hand, and a Harvard shirt. This ladies and gentlemen is a man. And he’s got a lot going for him right now. Check out the guy to the top left. That dude has found his new lord and saviour.


The LFL (Legends Football League) is a lingerie football league that was founded in 2009. There are very few rules (in comparison to the NFL) so big hits, fights, and funny moments aren’t that hard to find. This video is a compilation of all various moments during LFL games.


“An edit showcasing spearfishing from both the North and South Islands, venturing from Nelson all the way up to Great Barrier. New Zealand is home to some of the best spearfishing in the world, we hope that this video helps show some of the different country we ge to hunt, and the different species we get to bring to the table” – WildFox Productions.


As a final hurrah to the 2014-2015 snow season, GoPro brought the world’s best skiers and snowboarders on a 3 day helicopter adventure in the deep backcountry of British Columbia at CMH Galena. Take a peek behind just one of the many incredible shots captured at the GoPro Athlete Summit as Travis Rice and GoPro Production Artist Matt Cook tackle a heavenly wind-lip on the final day of the camp.


“Pure Darkness returns. Last year we filmed the Pure Darkness road trip video because we were tired of watching boring videos filmed totally in slow-mo with predictable music. We wanted to make the most awesome video, like the old golden days of freeride. So we went to South Africa, built the biggest jump we could and then filmed it.” – Pure Darkness.


Dude fell like Woody when Andy comes running into the room. Kinda ironic that his name is Alfredo and his legs turned into noodles don’t you think? I would let Ronda Rousey do that to me so I can feel her soft feminine feet on my face.

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On Tuesday, April 28, at a secret wave on Maui, Matt Meola did a Spindle 540. There were only three witnesses, one with a camera. Rumours of the air spread around the surf community. Meola has been landing his own version of the backflip, which he calls ‘the spindle’, for several years and after much trial and error added a 540 twist to the mix.

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This snowboarder didn’t give up his favourite hobby when he had kids, he just brought them along for the fun. Would you do this with your kids?

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This guy is so dialed-in he makes it look easy. His bag of tricks is beyond belief and the hammer section is straight up psychotic. Enjoy!


The USA have claimed a historic first ever Cup Final win at the London 7s, beating Australia 45-22 in front of a day two record attendance at Twickenham. In the semi final the USA scored their highest ever total against England, thumping them 43-12. Isles, arguably the fastest rugby player in the world, scored two great tries as he took a relatively small bit of space and proceeded to make England look mediocre.