Sign In:

×

Last Step!

Please enter your public display name and a secure password.

Plan to post in the forums? Change your default forum handle here!

×
×

Kook Punches Young Bodyboarder in the Face

This video pretty much encapsulates everything that is wrong with surfing. Here we see an adult surfer snake a young body boarder out of a sweet wave at Snapper Rock and then proceed to punch the young kid for burning him. What a kook! Snapper is notorious for its crowded lineups and lack of order for wave priority, and yet scuffles like these rarely go down there. Regardless of etiquette however, it is entirely unacceptable and wrong to lay hands on anyone over a wave especially if they are half your age. This guy made a complete fool of himself and he hopefully won’t be welcomed back to surf snapper any time soon.

Surfing is supposed to be fun, so why are you involved in such brutality, man? You punching a youngster merely shows what an idiot his tiny brain is.  | acoustical drywall

keep it safe man. yolo has it’s limits - Pete from https://orangetreepro.com/index.html

Thanks for sharing this great article. Interesting one! queen creek botox

It’s nice seeing this site again. solar st louis mo

Thanks for sharing this great article
https://9jabam.com/
https://sommyhit.com/

That’s just so mean of him. Handyman in Cedar City,Utah

Play
READ THE STORY
Grant “Twiggy” Baker and Ian Walsh Explore Surfing’s Final Frontier
Up Next Surf

Grant “Twiggy” Baker and Ian Walsh Explore Surfing’s Final Frontier

Grant “Twiggy” Baker and Ian Walsh Explore Surfing’s Final Frontier

On August 17th, 2021, big wave surfers Grant “Twiggy” Baker and Ian Walsh embarked on a surf exploration mission in search of a potential new big wave surf spot the likes of which only exist in a handful of other places on earth. Since big wave surfing’s inception, Mavericks, Nazaré, Waimea and Jaws have been the world’s premier big wave breaks, but Twiggy and Ian sought to change that with an excursion to the northern west coast of South Africa. These surfers put their lives on hold for

Play
READ THE STORY
We are Like Waves by Jordyn Romero: A Film to Inspire
Up Next Culture

We are Like Waves by Jordyn Romero: A Film to Inspire

We are Like Waves by Jordyn Romero: A Film to Inspire

, a documentary by Jordyn Romero that's out now, follows the story of Sanu Sandeepani, one of the first local, female surfers from Sri Lanka. On the south coast of Sri Lanka, surfing is everywhere, yet local girls are discouraged from participating in the sport. Instead, they’re expected to stay home and concentrate on housework, getting married and caring for children. Sanu is challenging the strict gender roles of her village and dreams of becoming the first woman surf instructor in her

Play
READ THE STORY
VIDEO: Joel Tudor Surfing Malibu
Up Next Surf

VIDEO: Joel Tudor Surfing Malibu

VIDEO: Joel Tudor Surfing Malibu

Joel Tudor’s surfing is poetry in motion. And with what turned out to be somewhat of a lackluster winter surf season in California, he was surly stoked to score some solid swell in Malibu over the weekend. I am always amazed at how easy Joel makes his surfing look. The man might as well have been cruising down the sidewalk as he was hanging ten on this wave. We are sending out all the positive vibes to the surf gods this summer in hopes that they bless us with more waves like these in the