With people still in a World Cup frenzy, kids are playing more backyard soccer than ever. This is what happened when the Racka Racka crew took on their 12-year-old neighbours in a not so friendly game.
Charlie Zelenoff is an infamous internet troll who has already been beat up by Deontay Wilder, who he harassed over the internet for years. It appears lightning does strike twice!
Brandon Loupos new web edit ‘The Drive’ is incredible. So much talent and style on show in this new one for 2014. Seriously, where do I start? His decades are on point, can bang out down-whips either normal or opposite with no problem and makes everything look buttery smooth. Look out for the last few tricks they’re total bangers!
A woman is in hospital after being struck by a Lamborghini pace car during the Global Relay Gastown Grand Prix in Vancouver. Organisers of the annual cycling criterium race told CTV News the victim was actually a Grand Prix official. The extent of her injuries is unclear but she was taken from the scene on a stretcher.
“Brad Domke called us up a couple of weeks ago psyching on some swell that was supposed to hit Puerto Escondido. He needed some help getting there to ride the beasts on a finless board like no one else on earth can. Given that Domke has been our boy for over a decade now and that he tends to deliver, we were happy to help him make the trip. Little did we know he would catch hands down the biggest wave ever ridden on a skimboard!” – Exile Skimboards
Most famously known as the Honey Badger, Nick Cummins played an absolute cracker of a game playing for the last time with the Western Force rugby union club. Of course he gave an interview after the game, and it was perfect. Nick has taken a deal with Japanese club the Coca Cola West Red Sparks worth at least double his present salary of close to $300,000, so he can better look after his family members dealing with health issues. What a f*cking good dude! Best of luck in Japan sweet prince.
LosBum is a movie about precision in urban snowboarding, about a group of friends who’ve always prioritised snowboarding every day no matter the conditions. It’s about showing the world their raw passion and creativity for snowboarding, and doing it with just as much intensity as those on top. This movie is Brothers Factory’s first 100% street movie; no park, no backcountry. They focused on what they do best: bumming in the streets.