Six dozen surfers on a tidal bore in France
In the realm of all things sweeping the Internet, here we have a video of what we’ll assume is one of the most crowded tidal bores ever ridden. Although the video—which features an estimated 77 SUPs, kayaks, shortboards, and longboards—was posted by the Federation of Costa Rican surfers, it was actually shot at the Gironde River
Man fall down go boom
Since the dawn of time, dudes getting busted up trying to rock dance out to the jump-off spot has been hilarious. Case in point, the timelessly funny travails of this would be North Point charger who’s entry to the lineup was rudely rebuffed by nature. The slipping, the falling, the splashing, the beating. It’s funny,
Paige Alms takes you inside her Jaws barrel
She stole the show in the last round of Jaws edits, packing one of the biggest tubes of the day and likely one of the most significant tubes in the history of women’s surfing. Paige Alms is a certified badass, and here she talks us through getting spat out into the channel that day at
Mark Healey and Michael Ho, because sharing is caring
No chaser needed
Aussie charger Mark Mathews finds himself in a rather precarious position on the rocks at Ours. While it's not as bad as Tyler Wright's latest encounter, it's still painful to watch.
The SUP to softtop to skim combo you didn't know you wanted
You’re up, Jamie O’Brien.
Swim clear of the closing doors
It makes the most perverse kind of sense. Humans have done such a thoroughly efficient job of ruining the oceans that we just dump more trash into the sea in an attempt to preserve dwindling marine habitats. Fighting fire with fire, I suppose. Anyway, New York City has been sinking old, dilapidated subway cars into
Sunny's board is in serious trouble
I feel very bad for that surfboard for what it’s got coming. Very, very bad. A video posted by Kelly Slater (@kellyslater) on Jan 23, 2015 at 1:14pm PST