Caught On Video: Fellow Pipe Masters Fight Local Aussies

February 22nd, 2011 | By | 4,017 Comments

Watch Sunny take his UFC moves into the surf after his 16 yr old son “Stone” get snaked and slapped in the face. Cheers to Jeremy Flores for getting the grommet’s back, but this is not what the ASP wants to see from two fellow pipe masters during a contest. They were ejected from competition.

Those guys need some PR consulting.
What would you have done if your adolescent child was assaulted?

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Review of the Week…

February 10th, 2011 | By | 1,824 Comments

…goes to a lady that knows her stuff when it comes to making an ex jealous (without involving Facebook).

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Big Wave Bob Sledding!

February 9th, 2011 | By | 1,206 Comments

clip_image002 Weeeeeeeeeee!

Thought we’d just suggest it after Yahoo! and the rest of the media ate up Chuck Patternson’s latest big wave waterskiing stunt


Kiwis Circumnavigate New Zealand in Small Rubber Boats

February 7th, 2011 | By | 2,388 Comments

Here’s some news from the southern hemisphere. Six New Zealand surf lifeguards just completed the first ever circumnavigation of the country in two tiny inflatable rescue boats. This feat took 34 days and around 3,400 hours to complete leaving the guys pulverized and tired from the grueling 32 leg journey. Despite its relatively small size, New Zealand boasts more coastline than the continental United States and some of the most remote beaches in the world. The kiwis braved stormy conditions, raw Antarctic swells and in one instance a piece of debris which punctured and deflated one of the boats. With the coordinated effort of a land team and the support of Surf Life Saving New Zealand these crazy gents completed the trip in celebration of the 100th year of surf lifeguarding in NZ. And, as if to put David Hasselhoff further to shame, they even made an unexpected rescue at a remote beach during their trip.



(Green line is the path they took)