Play along with the Bryan Bros, George and Wesley, as they get resourceful at the local driving range!
Australia’s greyhound racing industry is in turmoil after a Four Corners report revealed conclusive evidence of live baiting during secret training sessions. Live baiting has been banned and criminalised for decades, but trainers and owners across the country have been using the illegal training method in the belief that it will improve a dog’s performance.
Deathwish Skateboards made a trip out of the California sunshine to handle business on the East Coast last year, here teaming up with Thrasher Magazine to release the “Let It Be Known” tour video footage. Erik Ellington, Neen Williams, Jon Dickson and the rest of the crew represent the West Coast in all its finger-crossing, 40-guzzling glory, putting their mark on known and unknown spots alike.
No athlete in action sports wants to train into a robot, risk their lives on the daily and not enjoy it. This isn’t about the fake interviews or one of those played out Hollywood style flicks. This is about the fun of action sports and simply life away from competition. Shout out to the man behind it all, Ryan Walters.
None of this years dunk contest entrants could stand a chance against 19-year-old Minnesota Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine’s homage to a classic big-screen sports moment. Stepping onto the court in a #23 Michael Jordan Tune Squad jersey from the movie ‘Space Jam,’ LaVine proceeded to blow away the competition by recreating the film’s seminal slam dunk.
Devon Smillie is one of the best street riders on Earth right now. When fellow top pros are at the same skatepark as him, they shut up and watch when Devon takes a run. Lucky for us, Devon has been putting in work with Francis Castro for the past few months and the result is this bafflingly technical 2 song monster.
“Rock, Scissors, Paper. It’s how we determine the order for who’s going boatie, it’s the beginning of every underwater adventure we set upon. Once that’s sorted, follow us into the blue. We go hunting for Big Red Emperors, but that’s not all we come across.” – Youngbloods Spearfishing
Finnish poker players have garnered an international reputation for aggression, and it seems that tendency applies even to their beauty pageant winners. Sara Chafak represented Finland in the Miss Universe pageant, but turned out to be just as aggressive as she is congenial. The former Miss Finland took part in the Shark Cage poker TV show, which pits celebrities and poker pros against each other battling for a $1 million first place prize.