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Father-Son Trio Rip Munich Airport’s Man-Made Wave

With more crowded line-ups, a growing hatred of localism, and some people's lack of access to a good break, the age of manufactured waves is now upon us. Kelly Slater set the internet on fire when he released an edit of him surfing his top secret wave pool. This video takes us to the next jump in standing wave technology. Called the City Wave, "This deep water standing wave is one of a kind in its ability to deliver a quality wave, safe environment to learn, and cost effective solution to supplying waves to the masses."

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The City Wave hosts the Beschen family, consisting of Shane, Noah, and Coda. Together the father/grom duo destroyed the standing break, which is located at the Munich Airport. This looks like it could take the whole airport layover purgatory to the next level. 

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15-Year-Old Surfer Dies in Australian Shark Attack
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15-Year-Old Surfer Dies in Australian Shark Attack

15-Year-Old Surfer Dies in Australian Shark Attack

For the second time in two months, an Australian surfer has died following a shark attack. Last Friday, 15-year-old Mani Hart-Deville was attacked by a great white shark at Wooli Beach in New South Wales. Tragically, Hart-Deville died on the scene due to severe injuries to his legs. In late June, a 60-year-old surfer was killed by a great white shark roughly 150 miles north of Wooli Beach. RELATED: A 60-Year-Old Surfer Was Killed By A Shark in Australia Witnesses say the shark attacked, then

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VIDEO: Nathan Florence’s POV from a Day at Pipeline
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VIDEO: Nathan Florence’s POV from a Day at Pipeline

VIDEO: Nathan Florence’s POV from a Day at Pipeline

Watching videos of Nathan Florence, it's clear that he's a talented surfer. He'd have to be to take on monstrous breaks like Jaws and Teahupo'o, as should be obvious to anyone who's seen either wave. However, there's more to being a great surfer than wave-catching ability, and this POV video drives home all of the little things which separate good surfers from great surfers. RELATED: Kelia Moniz Gets Wrecked at Teahupo'o One could probably point out dozens of little skills and tricks in this

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VIDEO: Maximum Barrel with Nic Von Rupp at Skeleton Bay, Namibia
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VIDEO: Maximum Barrel with Nic Von Rupp at Skeleton Bay, Namibia

VIDEO: Maximum Barrel with Nic Von Rupp at Skeleton Bay, Namibia

Namibia's Skeleton Coast doesn't have a lot going for it. The desert coast is inhospitable, home to dense fog, less than half an inch of annual rainfall, and over 1000 rusting shipwrecks. The local San people referred to it as "The Land That God Made in Anger," which is both quite poetic and a pretty solid indication that it's not a very nice place. RELATED: This Smooth Surf Edit is Yoga for the Eyes The major draw, besides shipwreck-sightseeing, is Skeleton Bay, home to some of Earth's