Max Domi of the London Knights scored what might end up as the goal of the year. Domi somehow flipped the puck over and sidestep the sprawling goalie, then followed the puck and from mid-air redirected it into the net!
Torey’s supernatural consistently took him to more than one Street League podium. In fact, he placed 3rd overall for the 2014 SLS season. Add in a full Supernova part for DVS, a new pro shoe, a full line of gear from Grizzly, and tons of tour footy to round it out for good measure. And as if that weren’t enough, he slid for blocks, grinded shoulder height, and flipped in and out straight into the last part in 2014’s heaviest video, Plan B’s TRUE. And yes, that is his girlfriend pictured above.
At Missouri’s Shamrock FC: Shock, The Hard Hittin’ Hillbilly Kevin Croom gutted out a brutal arm bar attempt by Jacob Akin and came back to win. Note: the spike was not prohibited by the Unified Rules of Mixed Martial Arts, as the body of the spikee was not under the control of the spiker – he could have let go, so what happens when he didn’t is his responsibility. Shout out to Kirik Jenness for the submission.
In 2014 he built his own skatepark, harnessed his skills even further, and shut down every major contest this year. He won Tampa Pro, took X Games Street gold in Austin, and then there’s Street League. Can you say, “flawless victory”? Yup, that’s what an undefeated season looks like. In the streets, he shut down seriously gnarly rails and gaps like nothin’, which his Thrasher King of the Road awards for Best Handrail Trick and Gnarliest Handrail will attest to. Taking a close look at his Bangin’ on The Berrics earlier this year, with the new menu of tricks he was working on, it’s no surprise that he dominated. He made his cake and ate it, too.
Ride along with Marcelo Gutierrez, the Colombian downhill MTB racer as he takes to the streets of Manizales for a high speed decent through some sketchy street-side obstacles. Gutierrez took top spot on the podium with this run, so hold on to your keyboard and experience what it looks like to race like a champion from this urban downhill mountain bike POV in Colombia.
Mark McMorris learning the backcountry ropes from Jake Blauvelt, Terje Håkonsen and Nicolas Müller in Revelstoke, British Columbia. An excerpt from “Snowboarding: For Me.” Buy the full movie on iTunes.
If this doesn’t make you want to quit your job, pack your bags, and move to Hawaii to chase babes and barrels, then nothing will. Shout out to our loyal supporter Jay Alvarrez for this epic short video of his life. Hit the jump and press play. You won’t regret it.
Every couple of weeks we are going to pick our favourite photo and send the winner some fresh new SM threads for their efforts. Our first winner goes to @yosoycarlospalomera for his awesome scuba diving photo titled “This party has a dress code.” Send your epic new images to our email at email@example.com or tag them #shockmansion on instagram. Good luck!
“Sebastian Smith and Wesley Hark teamed up and made a decision to make a different kind of video. In this video they show how they can ride Woodward West with great tricks but also some one of a kind lines. Check this video out and enjoy what they came up with. We got this done in just 2 days of filming and it shouldn’t let you down.”
“Gabriel In The Dreamscape” is a short skate video created by filmmaker Eric Lerner that combines animation with live action, with the titular oblong cartoon character performing in a real-world skate park. Lerner is asking fans of the unique film to help support future endeavors by downloading the video’s soundtrack from Bandcamp.