During the second stop of the ASP World Tour, 11 time world champion Kelly Slater catches a GoPro Challenge free surf with local dolphins at The Box in Western Australia.
“Everywhere I go, people want to take pictures, talk to me, shake my hand, but I’m getting used to it now.” Meet Tacko “Taco” Fall. He’s somewhere between 7-foot-4 and 7-5, wears a size 22 shoe and has an 8-foot wingspan. And he’s believed to be the tallest prep basketball player in the U.S., if not the world.
Zach Anner is a comedian with cerebral palsy who has built a substantial YouTube following thanks to some incredible work out videos that mix humor with actual inspiration, among other things (plus a boost from Oprah). Put it this way: If this guy can work out, so can you. Here’s his 100th video, the 12th edition of Work Out Wednesday.
All five nominees for the 2014 Wipeout of the Year Award are presented for your review. Featuring Shawn Dollar, Alex Martins, Jamie MItchell, Alain Riou and Koa Rothman. A category in the 2014 Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards, coming May 2. Who do you think should win? leave your thoughts in our comment section now!
“Peak wind speed reached 52knots (about 95km/hr) at 2miles (3-4km) from shore, lasting approximately 6-7min. The peculiar and startling feature of this storm was the sharp crescendo build-up of the wind toward its maximum speed.” Imagine if the strong wind ripped the paddle from his hands, he’d literally be up sh*t creek without a paddle.
Nick Cannon was booed while shooting an “America’s Got Talent” segment at a game between New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets at Madison Square Garden recently. Before Cannon appeared during the halftime of the game, producers asked the crowd to cheer. What the crowd did, however, was the exact opposite. Trying to take the boos positively, Cannon asked the crowd to boo louder and get it out of their system. Still, it did not work so Cannon tried to impress the crowd. Indeed, Cannon got what he asked; the crowd booed even louder.
The Suzuki Nine Knights presented by GoPro is an event renowned for innovation and progression. The castle was designed with many options and Jesper Tjäder (SWE) was the man who took the biggest most dangerous option. A 55 metre transfer over a Halfpipe! Shout out to Will Jones and Grant Savidge for the submission.
Freestyle skateboarding documentarian Brett Novak has crafted another polished, cinematic skate film featuring some absolutely mind-blowing technical trickery. Earlier this year, Novak spent a couple of intensive weeks armed with his Panasonic HVX-200 filming the insanely talented Jason Park. The backdrop was the island of Oahu, Hawaii. The result is a stunning showcase of creativity entitled “Jason Park: Forever My Home.”