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Josie Prendergast With Some Wave Walking For Your Humpday

Josie Prendergast's surfing style is timeless, with the young showing grace beyond her years as she effortlessly dances across waves on her turqoise longboard. 

Her balletic technique is showcased in Gaps Sabuero’s video, “Born Here." The film explores her roots of growing up on Siargao Island in the Philippines, and when coupled with spoken word narration and Prendergast’s effortless abilities, the edit feels more like a piece of art than a traditional surf clip.

Sublime… graceful… genetic.

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Anderson Cooper to Explore Nazaré This Week on 60 Minutes
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Anderson Cooper to Explore Nazaré This Week on 60 Minutes

Anderson Cooper to Explore Nazaré This Week on 60 Minutes

In 2011, big wave legend Garret McNamara was towed into a 78-foot monster swell off the coast of Nazaré, Portugal. At the time it was the largest wave ever ridden, and needless to say, it shocked people around the world. Most recoiled in fear, others watched with queasiness, and a select few waxed up their boards and hopped on a flight to Lisbon. Since McNamara’s historic ride, Nazaré has turned into the world’s premier big wave destination, and every winter some of the best surfers flock

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Video: Kelly Slater Remembers Getting Into a Fight With Andy Irons
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Video: Kelly Slater Remembers Getting Into a Fight With Andy Irons

Video: Kelly Slater Remembers Getting Into a Fight With Andy Irons

On tour, the rivalry between Kelly Slater and Andy Irons often turned heated. One time, Kelly Slater shares, he and Irons got into a physical altercation while on a boat in Fiji. Both had been drinking, and things escalated quickly. Unknown to Irons, Slater’s father had recently passed away, and when Irons realized, he profusely apologized. But it did not end there. RELATED: Buy Andy Irons: Kissed by God Online Now Slater shares: “Andy and I talked again that day and again at that time we

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Nazaré Welcomes Russell Bierke
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Nazaré Welcomes Russell Bierke

Nazaré Welcomes Russell Bierke

The locals consider it a sign of good luck to take a massive wipeout when surfing Nazaré for the first time. If the legend is true, then renowned slab hunter Russell Bierke might be the luckiest guy in Portugal. After letting go of his towline and dropping into an estimated 60-footer, the young Aussie got overtaken by the pursuing wave and disappeared for 14 agonizing seconds. We can only imagine the beating he took, but if anyone has experience in that type of situation, it’s Russell.