Jon Jones, one of the most dynamic and fluid champions of all time, returns to the Octagon this Saturday. Jon will defend his Light Heavyweight title against the heavy handed Anthony Smith. Jones wasted no time after beating “The Mauler” Alexander Gustafsson to grab another fight and defend his title. Smith stepped up and we should see a great fight on Sat! We sat with “Bones” to pick his brain on a couple questions and to shoot a couple photos of the champ.

The heaviest hitters in the freeride world gathered in Stellenbosch, South Africa, to shred the biggest jumps in the world and change the game once again.

Oma god! Cyclone Oma Blew in and blew out just as fast. But it left some ever lasting sessions. Check out this epic edit of some of the best moments captured.

It’s been a while since we featured the Surf Ranch, so here you go. Three minutes of tubes and turns at the world’s most fun-to-ride wave mixed in with some wutang tunes you got a not so boring edit.

Not your average backcountry crew… Sage Kotsenburg, Ståle Sandbech, Carlos Garcia Knight, Sebbe De Buck, Zak Hale, Will Jackways and Sven Thorgren link up down under in New Zealand for some Southern Hemisphere heli laps.

Primitive Skateboards continues to grow their team of elite superstars by adding OG tech wizard JB Gillet, who has been without a board sponsor since Cliche was shuttered in 2016. The 40-year-old Frenchman may seem like a surprising choice at first, but once you watch this astounding edit (which includes Primitive riders Tiago Lemos, Robert Neal, Devine Calloway, Wade Desarmo. Trent McClung, Carlos Ribeiro, and Nick Tucker) you’ll see that Gillet doesn’t miss a beat.

Nothing can be done without confidence, and optimism leads to achievement. Griffin Colapinto has both, and right now, he’s one of California’s great hopes for a World Title in the upcoming years.

Finally we have proof that Kiwis can fly as the New Zealand MTB star rips around his favourite track in Central Otago for the lens of filmmaker Tim Pierce.

Italo’s surfing may not carry the grace of a Parko or Fanning, but he makes up for it with sheer excitement and spontaneity. There are few more enthralling to watch surf in this modern era.

Perhaps the most hyped spectacle of the NBA All-Star weekend is the Dunk Contest, with 2019 calling up participants Miles Bridges of the Charlotte Hornets, Atlanta Hawks’ John Collins, OKC Thunder’s Hamidou Diallo and NY Knicks player Dennis Smith Jr.

Howdy, Andy here, this weeks gallery is some of my favourite work from the past year and some that I’ve only just shot. Keep an eye out for updates on my instagram @andyjackman_ as to what you can expect to see on here each week! Ill be posting a gallery each sunday night at 6pm AEST so thanks for stopping by i hope you enjoy!

Rocketmen is an up and coming series, following riders Jesse Millen and Craig Gouweloos as they blast around western Canada with their friends.

The film is a comprehensive look into our inland excursion and some of the fun-loving moments we spent on this boat. For a cool 125K, this too could be yours. Now all you need is a lake.

Darkfest 2019 is well underway and the riders are CHARGING! Brendan Fairclough and Clemens Kaudela are your pilots for the GoPro Course Preview and they are sending it to the moon.

What would we do without these raw GoPro clips from Halldor Helgason’s part in The Future of Yesterday? Safe to say we’d be less stoked, these clips are madness.

From local club players to current World top 10 professionals. From challenge matches to National Championships. Some snakes* from around the world.

This year Mick Fanning wore his Rip Curl #searchGPS Surf Watch 2 and on reflection, it’s fascinating to discover just how fast the White Lightning strikes on each of these tricked-up surfboards.

Wasted Talent’s postcard From the South of France. Some rad surfing!