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Enjoy Your Sunday With this Hectic Mavs Wipeout Reel

This isn't your typical @kook_of_the_day wipeout montage; I actually couldn't even bear to laugh at these gnarly wipeouts.  

The wipeout reel from Surfer Magazine, "Crashes and Burn" takes place at Mavericks, and showcases the roaring Central California break in all of its fury.

It's a painful reminder of just how powerful the ocean can be, but enjoyable nonetheless. 

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WATCH: A Couple of Sharks End John John Florence’s Training Sesh
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WATCH: A Couple of Sharks End John John Florence’s Training Sesh

WATCH: A Couple of Sharks End John John Florence’s Training Sesh

It was supposed to be nothing out of the ordinary—just another surf training sesh for John John Florence and his friends. Except when you’re surfing off the coast of Western Australia, sometimes your training session is joined by a some men in grey suits: A couple of splashes in the water caught John John and company's attention, prompting them to fly a drone to get an aerial view of the lineup. The eye in the sky confirmed their suspicions: two sharks coyly swimming beneath the turquoise

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Mick Fanning Rides Off into the Sunset
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Mick Fanning Rides Off into the Sunset

On Wednesday, in front of a home crowd at Bells Beach in Australia, Michael Eugene "Mick" Fanning had a chance to write the storybook ending to his immaculate professional surfing career.  In the finals of the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach against the plucky and uber-talented Brazilian sophomore Italo Ferreira, the 36-year-old Fanning had the chance to achieve that fabled act that all sporting legends aspire to–"going out on top." With a win at Bells, the man known as White Lightning would

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Amber Mozo: Celebrating Her Father’s Photographic Legacy at Pipeline
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Amber Mozo: Celebrating Her Father’s Photographic Legacy at Pipeline

“If it was worth dying for to capture that subject, it must be beautiful. It must mean everything to you,” the statement is hauntingly spoken by photographer Amber Mozo in Red Bull’s short film “Forgiving Pipeline." She’s referring to Banzai Pipeline, perhaps the most infamous break on Oahu's North Shore, where Mozo lost her father, Jon Mozo. Jon made a name for himself as a North Shore surf photographer. His dynamic photos were visceral. They brought the action straight to the viewer.