If Jame O'Brien says something is the perfect closeout then it's probably true. A group including J.O.B., Poopies, and skimboarder Brad Domke invade the infamous Newport Beach wave for a session of closeout barrels and carnage. Domke's grace and composure on a skimboard are impressive while watching the rest of the crew surf is always a good time.
Join Kanoa Igarashi as he takes an 11 minute and 38 second break from pro surfing to review surf movies, naturally. While reviewing classics like Blue Crush, Point Break and Lords of Dogtown, he also raves about the stunt doubles, drops his jaw at a few waves, discusses technique as well as surf terms like: Sloppy seconds, party waves, ‘hitting the pier’, localism, and that underwater rock-running is actually the best surf cardio training you can do - all extremely important things to note if
The 2018 film chronicled the fascinating career of professional surfer Bethany Hamilton, which was forever changed when Hamilton lost her left arm to a shark attack at age 13. Hamilton never gave up on her vision for surfing, and has pursued an incredibly successful career with competition wins and other film projects ever since. This night surfing scene is a bonus from , and features Hamilton surfing alongside Lakey Peterson at Pasta Point in the Maldives. RELATED: Watch More Night
Say what you will about the evils of nepotism and the unfair advantages of having a parent able to catapult their child into the spotlight, but please don't deny that Jackson Dorian is a rare surf talent. The Hawaiian grommet has certainly benefited from having surf legend Shane Dorian as a father, but you don't start surfing like Jackson without a ton of practice, dedication, and natural talent. RELATED: Check out the TGR Journal Vol. 1 At a mere 12 years old, he's stomping aerials which