Check out the latest release from Devin Supertramp featuring the extremely fun looking Flow Rider at the Provo Beach Resort in Utah. Filmed in 6K on the Red Dragon camera (able to capture over 9x more pixels than HD), and the super slow motion shots were captured on the Phantom Miro at 500 FPS.
The European Championship qualifier between Serbia and Albania was halted and subsequently abandoned when a drone carrying the Albanian flag was flown over the pitch, leading to a clash between the two sets of players and fans. The two sides were meeting in the Serbian capital city of Belgrade, at Partizan Stadium, for the first time since 1967. UEFA banned Albania fans from attending the Group I clash but a drone carrying an Albanian flag, apparently featuring a map of Kosovo, was flown over the pitch. Serbia defender Stefan Mitrovic pulled down the flag, leading to a mass brawl between the players. Riot police then moved in when around a dozen fans invaded the pitch and attacked Albania players – with one hooligan throwing a stool at striker Bekim Balaj.
Skater is Frosch Media’s play for the title of “best simulation skateboarding game”, and though we haven’t played it enough yet to confirm if that’s the case, it’s certainly super authentic: the game replicates real world skate parks and spots – such as the Carlsbad Gap and Woodward Plaza – and features big name skate brands too. The launch trailer is equally in tune with skating culture, with pro skater Andrew Reynolds explaining the history of the 12 and 16 step at Hollywood High, a spot featured in Skater. Skater is available to download for $4.99 on the iTunes App Store. Would you play it?
Ron’s in jail, and we are sorry, but there are no visitations. Despite what we heard, it’s not for nonpayment of child support. We heard that numerous babies mothers were after him, but I guess our info was incorrect. That god darn 2 stroke is just way too loud for Officer Bacon. Shout out to Dayton Daft for the submission.
A completely unique set of jumps is constructed for the landmark event that not only challenge the competitors but also inspire them to push their riding to another level. They only have a few days to ride it, so they pour everything they have into getting the most out of the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The 12 Red Bull Dreamline finalists completely went off during their two-hour jam session on Saturday, testing out what was possible in the technical upper section and over the three gigantic jumps at the end of the 1,690-foot course. Dirt-jumping legend Ryan Nyquist was awarded the top spot, but everyone who had a chance to ride came out a winner.
Spirit Dojo’s Veronica Macedo got the job done in less than 30 seconds thanks to a stunning head kick knockout at ‘Say Uncle Fight Night 2′. This was their second show at The Octagon in Sheffield, a venue that has seen some memorable UK MMA nights over the years. Holy sh*t, her legs are bigger than mine. Brb, doing squats.
The Utah Jazz recently announced they were signing JP Gibson to a contract. The significance of this is Gibson is a five-year old boy with leukemia and the Jazz were giving him a one-day contract. As nice as this was, the Jazz went above and beyond the gesture and brought Gibson off the bench in the third quarter of a team scrimmage played in front of Jazz fans. Gibson checked into the game, received the inbound pass, blew past Dante Exum and Steve Novak before flying through the air and dunking on Rudy Gobert. It was almost like he catapulted himself off of Gobert before throwing the two-handed dunk down. It was a pretty cool moment for Gibson and the Jazz. Gibson is only 36,372 points away from tying Karl Malone for the franchise scoring record.
Base jumper John Van Horne, along with his buddies Matt Frohlich and Andy Lewis, are always looking for exciting new jump sites. They ended their latest dive off the famous 1,099 feet (335 meters) Tower in Kuala Lumpur with a splash, as they took aim for the pool party at the top of the adjacent hotel. I would have hit the side of the building screaming Bond, James Bond and fallen to my death. Who am I kidding? I would have walked in the door an hour later after I chickened out and had to walk back to the hotel. Ok, I’ll stop lying, I never would have been invited to the party in the first place.
Ben Flower earned himself a place in rugby league infamy as the first man to be sent off in a Super League Grand Final after punching the helpless St Helens stand-off Lance Hohaia when he was lying on the ground in the third minute of the game. Flower left his team one man short, and they ultimately lost the game.
You don’t have to play football to be inspired by this pregame speech. You could sell insurance and still want to bust through your cubicle. Yeah, Georgia Tech chaplain Derrick Moore is that good. This isn’t just a pep talk. This is an address. By the way, Georgia Tech won that game, 28-17. Could it have gone any other way?
Bam Margera invited some of the world’s best skaters/homies from Baker, Deathwish, Supra, Emerica, Happy Hour Shades and Primitive Apparel to come shred the new skate barn at Castle Bam. Featuring: Bryan Herman, Neen Williams, Terrell Robinson, Braydon Szafranski, Dustin Bell, Pat Rumney, Nick Barba, with guest appearances by the usual crew. Part 2 will be up this month featuring shreddin by Ishod Wair, Nick Merlino, Kyle Nicholson, and some other surprise guests so stayed tuned.
What do NASCAR lead foot Kyle “Rowdy” Busch and new Toyota/JGR Yamaha supercross rider Justin Barcia have in common? Absolutely nothing. Well, wait a minute. They’ve both put in time behind the wheel of the No. 54 JGR Monster Energy Toyota Camry. Yep. While Kyle Busch has seven races in the 3,450-pound beast thus far in the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series, Barcia, as sort of a welcome to the team present, recently climbed into the machine, lit the 360-cubic inch Toyota TRD cast iron V8 engine and took it for a joy ride around the dirt badlands surrounding the JGR campus. Shout out to Bryan Moore for the submission.
America believes they rule when it comes to freedom and liberty but Russia has its own interpretation of what that’s all about. As in you are free to hold 2 on 2 fights in Siberia if you so choose. And so they do, and it is … glorious? At least in this exact moment it doesn’t seem like the worst idea, because it resulted in this amazing video where one fighter manages to knock out both his opponents from the other ‘team’ in a matter of three seconds. Check it out!