It’s reached the point where Kai Lenny should always have a camera following him. Between air dropping 20-feet at a maxed-out Jaws, hydrofoiling 32-miles and shattering a world record, and now releasing a banger of a Mavs edit that took place despite a warning from the National Weather Service to "STAY WELL BACK FROM THE OCEAN OR RISK CERTAIN DEATH", I think it’s safe to say the Hawaiian big-wave legend had one of the most exciting years in surfing. He’s a seasoned waterman through and through, and he’s constantly proving why he’s one of the best in the business. Check out his new video, it’s insane.
While TGR may be known for our love of winter, there’s a special place in our heart for the island of Hawaii. We’ve been traveling to this tropical gem for nearly a decade, each time falling more in love with the island’s raw beauty and vibrant culture. "Kauai shares a similar kind of kindred spirit as Jackson Hole in its remoteness and its rawness," shares TGR co-founder Steve Jones. RELATED: Andy Irons: Kissed By God During the filming of , we explored the area deeper—particularly from
After the massive swell that hit Nazaré, Portugal in November 2018 provided for one of the best big-wave surfing events in history, the competitors and their friends, including Kai Lenny and Grant “Twiggy” Baker took advantage of lingering conditions to ride the waves in an unforgettable paddle session. RELATED: Aussie Surfers Fight Against Offshore Drilling The waves were just as big, but without the infrastructure and support from the WSL competition, the crew was out there on their own.
We are honored to announce that was named the “Audience Favorite Award” by the annual REEL Recovery Film Festival. This honor was presented at the Experience, Strength, and Hope Awards last Thursday in Los Angeles. Watch Andy Irons: Kissed By God The award ceremony, now in its 10th year, was established by Writers in Treatment, a nonprofit organization that seeks to help writers suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction, and other afflictions. was recognized alongside TV star