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Surfer Uses a 40 Ft. Lobster Boat to Create an Artificial Wave

For those who don't know surfer Ben Gravy, allow this video to serve as an introduction to the novelty wave king of the East Coast. Ben chases waves all around the country, from river waves in Tennessee to dangerous closeouts in New Jersy, documenting his travels in daily videos. It's easy to see this bro is stoked to ride anything. 

In this v-log Ben uses a forty-foot lobster to create an artificial wave along a rocky beach. The final product is a good as Kelly Slater's wave pool, but on a flat day, I would be stoked to surf it. 

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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