You might recognise her from rocking the runway in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show or steaming up the pages of magazines, but there is more to Vita than meets the eye. The blue-eyed beauty grew up in Khabarovsk, a small town in Russia that’s just two hours from China by boat. She hasn’t been home in nearly five years, due partly to the frigid climate — the temperatures there can sink to nearly -30 degrees Fahrenheit! Not ideal weather for a Swimsuit model.
With the high technology and natural phenomena side of things taken care of, Mick just wanted a good old fashioned surf trip, and with plenty of swell, some wild accommodation, and Kleiner and photographer Trevor Moran on-hand to record the results in a country that is incredibly new to surfing, that’s exactly what he had. And for our ever-evolving Chasing The Shot series, this just might be our favourite release yet. Click play and see how Fanning and Co. got the shot.
Owen defeated Matt Wilkinson in a tight battle at Snapper Rocks and won the third CT event of his career. Wright, who spent the last 12 months recovering from a serious injury, tastes his best result ever on the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast. “At the start of February, I was sitting in the doctor’s office, and there were question marks on the year. So to be sitting here right now, we just pushed hard and went hard. There were a lot of fears I needed to push through to get back into the sport and back into what pretty much took me out and could have taken me out forever. I kept going and kept doing it. I am just so stoked.”
The behind-the-scenes stories on the making of these Real Snow videos will be broadcast in an hourlong “World of X Games” show on ABC. Fan Favourite voting ends Sunday, March 26. The X Games medal winners will be announced on Saturday’s “WOX” show, and the Fan Favourite will be announced on XGames.com on March 27. Place your vote HERE.
“Aaron was so lit we tried to go on a walk and he was like “dude everyone’s going to know I did a huge dab. If anyone talks to me I’m just going to run away” – @h4ley20.
Is it just me or are these world records only limited by the length of the hill? They appear to be flying at roughly the same slope as the hill, and it almost seems like they could keep flying indefinitely until they reach the inflection point of the bottom of the hill. Props though. That was awesome.
Moral of the story? Don’t go starting sh*t with chicks from Boston during Spring Break unless you’re ready to eat sand and have your bell rung. Everything about these two videos scream chaotic sh*t show. Gotta love the ending there when her friend, or more likely — some random beach combing vagrant — tries to rally her with a quick hit of nicotine. Pure madness.
People need to understand the brain power it takes to learn how to throw something, and throw it for a reason. This is some entering the stoneage kind of sh*t. Really shows you how bad the rhino’s vision is too. It doesn’t see the log at all while it is in the air and only once it hits the ground and makes a sound the rhino detects it.
When the first Mummy trailer debuted in December, the footage started with an intense scene inside a cargo plane, where Tom Cruise and Annabelle Wallis are being tossed around inside the aircraft. Today, Universal has debuted an exciting new preview, which takes fans behind-the-scenes of this epic sequence, which was filmed inside an actual zero-gravity airplane.
A YouTube video of a child named Rocco and his 20-year-old nanny riding in the bed of a pickup truck in California filled with Orbeez (water and gel based plastic balls) led authorities to issue charges against two adults. The balls are later dumped out of the back of the truck for fun. They naturally rolled down the street and eventually clogged storm drains and triggered a major cleanup operation.