Shot almost entirely on Red Digital 4K cameras and if the trailer is anything to go by, looks set to officially blow every one away. Riders include: Josh Grant, Tom Pages, Wes Agee, Brian McCarty, Jimmy Hill, Chas Burbridge, Danny Way, Mat Hoffman, Sean Nielson, Drake McElroy, Brody Wilson, Jeff Griffin, Arik Swan, Colby Raha, and many more!


Jean-Baptiste Chandelier went to Portugal, France, Brazil and South Africa, collecting some of the most breathtaking footage along the way while flying his paraglider. When people see him up above, they can’t help but stare in wonder with a smile on their face.


This is also the story of two charismatic athletes, Richard Permin and Victor de Le Rue, who’ll do anything to achieve their goals. Share their joys, fears, challenges, rewards, and thrills as they shred big and deep lines in Alaska.


Blondey McCoy shared a snippet from the upcoming “PALASONIC” video on his Instagram, with him skating down the street somewhere in London before getting cleaned up by a cab.


The Maui Boys dominated Round One, with two other Valley Isle natives, Albee Layer and Kai Lenny, joining Walsh and Kemper in the Semifinals. Here’s a slice of some of the day’s best best action. Photos via: @richardpodjr and @fishbowldiaries.


Join the Sector 9 team as they take you along for the ride using the new GoPro Fusion cameras with Overcapture so you don’t miss any part of the action.


Ben Raybourn’s known for crushing bowls and scary upside down maneuvers. In this edit, not only do you get to see his creativity on the concrete but also his death-defying moves on the street.


We’ve all been that kid sitting in the back seat of our family car, wishing we were somewhere else. Through the boredom, the driveway snow piles, sidewalk handrails, and stair sets start to tease our inner skier. Watch daydreams come to life as Tom Wallisch shreds the snowy streets of Nelson, British Columbia.

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Fighting has been an officially accepted part of the hockey at the professional level for almost a century. In 1922, the National Hockey League incorporated Rule 56 into its official rule book, which governed what it then called “Fisticuffs” as an official part of the game.


Arguably 2017’s Red Bull Rampage was the best edition of the contest in the event’s history. All the 18-competing riders made sure they left everything on the mountain in pursuit of Rampage glory and catching the eye of the six former Rampage participants that judged the competition. Kurt Sorge took home the spoils with his third Rampage victory, followed by Cam Zink in second, Rampage rookie Ethan Nell in third and our boy Brandon Semenuk took fourth.


Jamie O’Brien lives the dream. A champion pro surfer from the North Shore of Hawaii, he travels the world with a crew of friends that are down for whatever in a show that captures the craziness of his every day life. Who is JOB? Watch and find out.


From home it’s quite hard to fully comprehend the sheer size and scale of the Red Bull Rampage terrain. Cam shows you the course from the rider’s point of view and measures out some of the famous features to highlight how big this event really is! Photo via: @ethan_nell


Meet Josh Kelly, a rising welterweight prospect from the UK that many people are comparing to a young Roy Jones Jr and Vasyl Lomachenko. Of course its only early days, but he does look very promising.


Filmed over the course of the ’16/’17 winter, Method Movie II pays homage to the traditional snowboard film, delivered in the raw style for which Method has built its legacy. Photo via: @dashanosova


Harris, the aptly nicknamed “King of the Slam” has retired with a fantastic, 24-5 overall record. Over the course of his career, he’s competed in promotions like the UFC, IFC World Series of Fighting, Legacy Fighting Championships, and Tachi Palace Fights.


Standing at 5ft 5in, the highly rated player from Jayapura, Indonesia, isn’t the biggest but his incredible pace surely makes him one of the quickest players in world football right now.


Kevin Bieska of the Anaheim Ducks dropped Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas with what might be the first recorded ‘Superman Punch’ in NHL history. Bieksa lunged forward with his back foot in the air and slugged Gudas on the chin with a leaping right hand, dropping the Flyer with one punch.


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