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Surf Fans are Thrilled About Julian Wilson’s Highlight Reel

Julian Wilson released this 12-minute edit that beautifully showcases his wide scope of talent in surfing.

Wilson grew up on Sunshine Coast in Australia as the youngest sibling in a hardcore surf family. From there, he made waves in competitive surfing, taking a short break in 2010 to film his own movie, "Scratching the Surface". 

Check out  Red Bull for a Q&A with WIlson about this edit. 

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Flashback Friday: Surfing Slurpee Waves In Nantucket
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Flashback Friday: Surfing Slurpee Waves In Nantucket

Flashback Friday: Surfing Slurpee Waves In Nantucket

Earlier this month, the East Coast got acquainted with a little environmental phenomenon known as a "bomb cyclone." Temperatures reached record lows up and down the East Coast from -18 in Vermont to '30s and snow in Florida.  Nantucket, Massachusetts-based photographer Jonathan Nimerfroh knew this would mean a good chance for the rare slurpee waves that he famously captured several years ago off the island.  Relive the madness of the bomb cyclone through Nimerfroh's lens as he captured a

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Look Back At The Weirdest And Wildest Waves Of 2017
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Look Back At The Weirdest And Wildest Waves Of 2017

Look Back At The Weirdest And Wildest Waves Of 2017

Surfing saw a whole lot of innovation, creativity and progression in 2017. "The Dock" blew people's minds as a 100-foot, half-tonne plastic raft was anchored in the middle of a surf break in Bali for surfers to jump off, throw their boards under their feet and land right into the wave.  We even saw some surf shuvits, with surfers taking a page out of skateboarding's book. Take a look at all the new trends, tricks, and goofiness that went down in 2017.  

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Surfing Australia’s Mega Slab, ‘The Right’
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Surfing Australia’s Mega Slab, ‘The Right’

Surfing Australia’s Mega Slab, ‘The Right’

"Slab" waves are some of the most dramatic–and violent–looking waves in surfing. A slab wave moves fast through deep water, hitting a shallow reef at full speed, causing it to suck all the water out from in front of it. They're equal parts enticing and visceral. Watch here as filmer Tim Bonython heads out to Australia's notorious slab break, "The Right"' with Jake Osman, Zak Haynes, Dan Corbett, and Jarryd Foster for one of the heavier sessions you'll ever see.