Unreal footage from the legendary Teahupo’o in Tahiti. The drones really capture just how big the waves are and the busy ‘scene’ on epic surf days.
“It’s not about being the first or being right, it’s about believing in yourself because you know something is possible.” – Robbie Maddison
The three-time world champion escapes with just a cut leash after punching the shark in the back.
A quadcopter captures a pod of bottlenose dolphins playing in the waves along the Esperance coastline in Western Australia. Amazing to see them leap out of the water like that!
On January 21, 2015, a large swell descended on the Hawaiian Islands. At Peahi, a place on the north shore of Maui, surfers of the iconic big wave surfing break known simply as “Jaws” were in for a treat. Dan Norkunas of Take Shelter Productions was there to capture the epic day of surfing.…
Watch Brad Domke conquer what might be the biggest wave ever ridden on skimboard off the coast of Puerto Escondido, Mexico. For those unfamiliar, a skimboard is like a small version of a surfboard… without any fins. So riding anything this huge is simply nuts.
Watch professional surfer Cory Lopez go for a ride with his adorable daughter Alana. Cory is an elite professional surfer and has been a top ranked contender on the ASP World Surfing circuit (ASP World Tour) for multiple years. He is considered by many to be one of the best ‘Free Surfers’ on the…
Watch Koa Smith ride this seemingly infinite barrel wave for 27 glorious seconds of pure surfing bliss at the famed Skeleton Bay off the coast of Namibia.
Surfer Matthew Stanley captured this GoPro footage of a baby seal climbing on his board and playing with him and his friend Andrew Flounders. The two were surfing off Amble in Northumberland, England. In the YouTube video description, Stanley explains: “Me and my friend Andrew Flounders were out enjoying some summer waves when this…
Benji Brand scores endless barrels at Namibia’s fabled Skeleton Bay. The remote surf spot is known for having one of the best and longest sand banks on the planet. For seasoned barrel riders, these are considered some of the best waves on Earth.