Spending time with your dad doing rad stuff you love together is definitely some of the best time ever. We all do it our own special way, but Australian surfer Taj Burrow’s recent trip to the South Pacific with his dad looks pretty prime. The two ride some pretty epic barrels together, and its hard to have a bad time in those cerulean blue waters. While Taj is recently retired from the ASP pro tour, his old man knows a thing or two about boardriding too.
That Andy Irons was a ferocious competitor isn't exactly breaking news. One of the reasons Andy became surfing's cult of personality at the turn of century was because of his raw emotionality–fiery, unabashed, at times bordering on unhinged. RELATED: See showtimes, and buy tickets for The fierce, at times angry nature of Andy's competitiveness was relatively unseen when he came on tour: Perhaps the most famous moment from a competitive surf heat in the mid-'90s was Rob Machado giving Kelly
No words; just watch. RELATED: Watch Shane Dorian and Albee Layer conquer barbaric wave, "Blood Eagle" Albee Layer is no stranger to above-the-lip innovation, having already landed surfing's first-ever backside 540. With respect to Matt Meola, John John Florence and Seth Moniz, there might not be a better aerial surfer on Earth than the Maui-born regular-footer, which he proves again with yet another internet-breaking surf clip. Layer told he thinks this is the best air he's ever landed.
That Andy Irons was a spectacular talent in surfing isn't exactly breaking news. RELATED: Get tickets to, and view showtimes for, Andy Irons The Kauai-born surfing legend's career accolades are beyond reproach: 20 world tour event wins, three world titles (tied for the third-most ever) and–at the time of his passing–the only surfer to win at every venue on the Championship Tour schedule. But the stories of Andy's seemingly innate relationship with the ocean go far beyond competition. He had