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Chuck Patterson Skis Jaws

You can argue mountains come in all different types of forms. From the jagged rocky peaks of the Tetons to the rolling lush Green Mountains of Vermont, each range has a distinct feel. You probably would not think of the world-famous Jaws as a mountain, but fortunately for us, Chuck Patterson thought the infamous right could use a pair of skis. In this video from GoPro Patterson fearlessly carves this mountain of water showing that you can find mountains in the middle of the ocean. 

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This Guy Bodysurfed The Wedge at Newport Beach
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This Guy Bodysurfed The Wedge at Newport Beach

This Guy Bodysurfed The Wedge at Newport Beach

The Wedge at Newport Beach, California is one of those waves that seems to do with you whatever it pleases, and we’ve certainly seen our fair share of wipeouts at the iconic spot. Like this. Or even this. But that sure as hell didn’t deter bodysurfer Thomas Van Melum from hopping into the wave with nothing but a wetsuit and some fins. In fact, he actually almost makes it look fun. RELATED: Graham Agassiz - A Life Forged in Mountain Biking Check out another angle of

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​From Surfing to Songwriting, Jack Johnson’s Unexpected Music Career
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​From Surfing to Songwriting, Jack Johnson’s Unexpected Music Career

​From Surfing to Songwriting, Jack Johnson’s Unexpected Music Career

Jack Johnson never intended to become a musician, and neither did Ryan Bingham. Both songwriters were pursuing wildly different paths prior to their music careers. After becoming the youngest surfer to reach the finals at Pipeline Masters at the mere age of 17, Johnson’s surf career was looking bright. Meanwhile, Bingham’s focus was riding bulls at rodeos.  RELATED: Check out Volume I of the TGR Journal But through a strange twist of events, both musicians were forced to pivot and pursue new

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Life in the Mentawais Looks Decidedly Chill During COVID-19
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Life in the Mentawais Looks Decidedly Chill During COVID-19

Life in the Mentawais Looks Decidedly Chill During COVID-19

In these tumultuous times, there are some lucky spots on the planet that have remained largely unaffected. Among those are the Mentawai Islands, normally a surfing hotspot which have turned into a ghost town after a complete lockdown was put in place. While tourism might be a driving economic force, locals and the lucky few foreigners who are now stuck there have been experiencing the islands in ways nobody has in years. RELATED: Kai Lenny Breaks 3 Long-Distance Paddling Records Check out