Surfer Francisco Porcella’s dropped into a massive wave in California’s half moon bay and lost his footing almost immediately. Instead of bailing, he took the ride of his life sitting down on his board. Turns out somebody was filming the whole thing with a drone too.
At this year's Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach John John Florence was down late in a heat to no other than 3x former world champ Mick Fanning. Needing a 9.3 or better to take home the win, John John landed this massive alley-oop with two minutes remaining. Rarely do you see John John claim after a wave, but the Hawaiian native could not help but throw a hand in the air. He earned an impressive 9,97 on the wave. Watch John John Florence in TGR's new film Proximity!
Kai Lenny is one of the most interesting young stars in surfing, forgoing traditional boards on his waterman quests. Recently he has been pioneering open ocean foilboard crossings, in which he uses a board with a water foil attached to ride mirco-waves across large distances. Now he is using a combination of all his talents to cross the open channels between the Hawaiian Islands to bring attention to the pollution of these waters. At each crossing location, he is cleaning up one beach to
is a film that pairs surfing’s living legends with today’s most progressive young surfers. The film is directed by award-winning filmmaker Taylor Steele, produced by Teton Gravity Research (TGR) in association with Garage Productions. will explore the delicate relationship between people, time, and place, showcasing surfing icons from different generations in diverse locations around the world. The film will premiere May 4th in New York City followed by a world tour. a film by Taylor Steele,