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Kai Lenny Hydrofoils Between Hawaiian Islands in Search of Trash

Kai Lenny is one of the most interesting young stars in surfing, forgoing traditional boards on his waterman quests. Recently he has been pioneering open ocean foilboard crossings, in which he uses a board with a water foil attached to ride mirco-waves across large distances. 

Now he is using a combination of all his talents to cross the open channels between the Hawaiian Islands to bring attention to the pollution of these waters. At each crossing location, he is cleaning up one beach to bring awareness to both traditional pollution and micro-plastics. It's rad to see both Kai Lenny and Red Bull put money and resources behind this problem. 

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Life of Glide: Official Trailer
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Life of Glide: Official Trailer

Life of Glide: Official Trailer

Inspired by a poem he wrote long ago, big mountain rider Jeremy Jones summons his greatest influences and dissects his lifelong passion for the simple and sacred feeling he calls, "the glide."

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Surfing Donald Trump Discusses His Thoughts on Laird Hamilton
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Surfing Donald Trump Discusses His Thoughts on Laird Hamilton

Surfing Donald Trump Discusses His Thoughts on Laird Hamilton

Tyler Allen does a pretty mean Trump impression and in this video from our friends at The Inertia he becomes a surfer "President Trump." He explains how he invented the hydrofoil and how he pushed Laird into his first wave. The impression rivals that of Alec Baldwin's SNL masterpiece and the surf nomenclature is spot on. It looks like this will become a regular series for The Inertia and I can't wait to see more. 

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Gabriel Medina Lands A One-Footed Backflip in Competition
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Gabriel Medina Lands A One-Footed Backflip in Competition

Gabriel Medina Lands A One-Footed Backflip in Competition

Gabriel Medina won his third Quiksilver Pro over the weekend with an impressive semi-final win over now current #1, John John Florence. What is so impressive about Medina is not only his competitive spirit but the ability to land maneuvers usually reserved for the most progressive free surf. In this video, his lands a backflip on one foot and is somehow able to surf out of it. The win puts the Brazilian with striking distance of Jordy Smith and Florence with two events left in the year.  The