Kai Jones is unlike any other athlete on the TGR Winterland roster. When he’s not busy skiing big lines in the winter, or hitting jumps on his bike with his friends, he’s busy being a 13-year-old – and that means going to school. For the latest episode of #TGRlive, we checked in with Kai as he was catching up on some homework in his school’s library. We talked about everything from how skiing and snowboarding runs in the family to how Kai’s trip to AK this spring opened up a whole new world to him.
A video which has been making the rounds on various news services appears to show a group of hikers interacting with a black bear in an ecological park located in San Pedro Garza García, Mexico. The hikers appear calm throughout the encounter, even as the bear leans up against a woman and smells her hair. RELATED: Mick Fanning is on a Mission to Save the Sharks It should go without saying that these hikers were not abiding by established protocols for dealing with bears. For more information
Join Kanoa Igarashi as he takes an 11 minute and 38 second break from pro surfing to review surf movies, naturally. While reviewing classics like Blue Crush, Point Break and Lords of Dogtown, he also raves about the stunt doubles, drops his jaw at a few waves, discusses technique as well as surf terms like: Sloppy seconds, party waves, ‘hitting the pier’, localism, and that underwater rock-running is actually the best surf cardio training you can do - all extremely important things to note if
With most summer camps canceled this year, it’s been a tough few months for parents to keep their kids busy. That’s where The North Face’s Summer Base Camp comes in, with lots of virtual camp time hosted by their roster of all-star mountain athletes, like Jimmy Chin, Ashima Shiraishi, and Hilaree Nelson to name a few. RELATED: Join The North Face’s Summer Base Camp Here TNF’s Summer Base Camp is a free camp created for curious explorers who love a little mess, teaching campers of all