The GoPro fusion is changing the game of surf edits. Its double fisheye lenses allow for the viewer to be fully immersed in a massive barrel without even needing to touch a surfboard. And thanks to surfer Jaime O’Brien—who’s a bit of a fan of cool gadgetry—we can experience the thrill of surfing the Mexican pipeline from a completely new perspective.
Dolphins are the OG surfers. They've been spotted catching waves as far back as the Greco Roman era, in which sailors noticed the phenomenon while out at sea. This weekend the playful creatures couldn't help themselves at the 2019 Margaret River Pro in Australia and joined Conner Coffin for his third heat. RELATED: The Man Who Saved Mick Fanning The surfer was so stunned by the unexpected guests that he almost lost his focus, but thankfully was able to maintain his composure to ride out one
Mick Fanning is a household name, but few have likely heard of his best friend Barney Miller, who's been a pivotal support for the world champion surfer. Growing up, Miller aspired to be a professional surfer, and was well on his way until a horrific car accident. At the age of 20, Miller was left a quadriplegic and unsure if he’d ever ride a wave again. RELATED: Trevor Kennison is Paving the Way for Adaptive Freeskiing But an unforeseen encounter with Fanning ten years later changed
With shorelines dotted by iceberg chunks and night skies illuminated by the aurora borealis, simply visiting Iceland is an adventure in itself. But, to go surfing in this otherworldly landscape? It will take your breath away—partially because it's so cold. A group of weekend warrior surfers from New Hampshire decided to step out of their comfort zone by venturing out to the island in pursuit of the perfect wave. The short film follows this noble quest. RELATED: inside the Turquoise Room With