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Nathan Florence Teases New Film ‘There And Back Again’

Nathan Florence might be best known as "John John's brother," but he's been picking up his own momentum recently. Between his growing Youtube channel, action-packed Instagram feed, and solid performances at WSL events, we're expecting big things from the middle Florence. 

RELATED: John John Florence Tweaks Knee at Oi Rio Pro

C'mon Google, he's so much more than just "JJF's brother." Google photo.

On July 2nd, Nathan is releasing There And Back Again, a "full-length video" which documents his recent adventures in Tahiti, Mexico, Panama, and Indonesia. It's hard to say if the "full-length video" will be a 20-minute long-form edit or a 45-minute film, but we're stoked either way. 

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Video: Floating Dock Destroys Surfers

You’ve seen , now, Monster and Stab Magazine present . If one thing was clear, it was that the original dock was not dangerous enough. Although the original had enough power to easily decapitate a grown man and fling bodies with reckless abandon, this was frankly inadequate.  RELATED: The Future Of Surfing Looks Grim Now, in The Dock 2.0, Monster athletes ride the two-ton beast they affectionately dub a “floating f*****g death machine" in even bigger surf. With intentions of one day creating

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Bethany Hamilton Documentary in Theaters Now

Bethany Hamilton Documentary in Theaters Now

A new documentary that tells the story of American professional surfer, Bethany Hamilton is out in theaters today.  Hamilton was just 13 when she was attacked by a 15-foot tiger shark while surfing. She made it out alive, but it cost her arm. Four weeks after the accident, Hamilton was back in the water with the mindset of a warrior. Through hard work and dedication, Hamilton began competing again. Today, against all odds, the mother of two continues pushing the limits of surfing, as well as

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Video: The Future of Surfing Looks Grim
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Video: The Future of Surfing Looks Grim

Based on our current plastic consumption rates, by 2052 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. While this sounds like another troubling statistic about the future, the scary reality is that it's actually happening now. Just look at Bali. The once pristine surf oasis is so trashed that the island has gone to lengths to ban single-use plastics altogether. Hopefully, the rest of the world follows suit. If we don't, going to the beach is going to look a bit more like this reality