We've said it before, and we'll certainly say it again: Kai Lenny is an animal. Whether he's surfing big waves, hydrofoiling, SUPing, windsurfing or kitesurfing, he always manages to put down a mind-bending performance. His run during the "expression session" of 2019 Rincon Classic is no exception.
This video, courtesy of The Inertia, shows just how much style Lenny can squeeze into a single wave. For just about everyone else, a single backflip would be an impressive stunt. Not for Kai. Seemingly effortlessly, he floats two backflips, the first so smoothly that you might blink and miss it.
The surfing world lost a great earlier this week with the passing of Greg Noll, a pioneer of big-wave surfing in Hawaii. Noll was 84. Known as Da Bull, throughout his lifetime, he attained legendary status as a leader of the big-wave scene on the North Shore, being among the first to ride in legendary spots like Waimea and Pipeline and setting early records for largest wave ever surfed. He was a regular in surf flicks like Endless Summer and other documentaries and appeared as a surfing stunt
Have you been feeling stressed? Maybe a little out of sorts? Like you just need a minute to chill out? Well now you can take four whole minutes to chill out with the help of Brandon Kuzma's new film . Follow Kuzma and his 16mm camera down to Baja for some good vibes and pretty sweet surf lines. The film features Tony Masters, Currie Wagner, and Justin Villano riding waves and providing some strong feels. This short film will help you breathe in the salty, ocean air of Baja and escape whatever
Kelta O'Rourke, Raquel Heckert, and Michaela Fregonese party surf a wave. RedBull Content Pool Photo. If there was any time to say that women in extreme sports are having their moment, it’s now. In the last year, maybe more than ever, women are seeing their own events, their own categories, and more recognition in general. In women’s surfing, we’ve seen films such as Girls Can’t Surf and collectives like Textured Waves elevating and bringing together women in the ocean. But the surf