So don't say we didn't warn you. And our buy signal of last week was pretty cut and dry. Did you miss it?. This year, Jadson Andre probably has the lowest downside risk and the biggest upside potential.More from GrindTV SurfIs Andy Irons the next Bruce? Get all the latest on Kelly Slater. Kai Neville's Landscape Altered episode 2.Read More →
Brazilian surfers have a tough time earning respect outside their home country. Though they've been a force on the world stage for decades now, no Brazilian male has captured the hearts and minds of surfers outside of South America. We know this because none has come remotely close to cracking any of the major peer polls in either the U.S. or Australia. And to this day, most surfers have a tough time picturing that ever happening. Yet, believe it or not, the surfing community..Read More →
There are a handful of surprises on this year's ASP World Tour; that Parko is actually in a somewhat commanding lead seemed unlikely, even though we predicted a breakout year for him. That Slater would be waffling can hardly be considered a surprise, nor can the fact that he's taking his designs to new extremes. And though we expected good things from Adriano De Souza this year, it's safe to say at this point he's surpassing our expectations. The 22-year-old Brazilian star is currently..Read More →
'I have learned to turn the fear into focus'
If Karen Wrenn isn’t on the water, there’s a good chance she’s thinking about it.Read More →
The history of surf travel is almost a groundhog-day saga of repeating storylines: feral surfers discover a wave, the word spreads and more surfers and tourists arrive, changing the local economy and setting the region on a path of rapid growth –sometimes with disastrous consequences.Read More →
The International Space Station captures the otherworldly famous lights
The best time to see the aurora borealis here on Earth is during the coldest and darkest nights of the year, so people in the […]Read More →
Pit Notes:Hart & Huntington team manager Kenny Watson said that Ivan Tedesco would be back for Houston, and that Josh Hill would try to race Indy.Chad Reed was at the race and said that the knee was doing fine but he will not be ready for the outdoor season. Whether or not he will put someone on the bike for outdoors is up to his sponsors.Kyle Regal returned from injury at Daytona, finishing a respectable 13th in the Supercross final on his Merge Honda.Andrew Short..Read More →
Photos/Notes: Kardy, TypeOs, Scott HoffmanIs it me or are there elements of this season's supercross season that are from bizzaro world? To the few, Ryan Villopoto, Ryan Dungey, or Justin Barcia, for example, things are fairly status quo, yet for others riders, especially in the 450 class, anything and everything can happen. Red flagged races, caution light controversies, photo finishes, countless crashes and injuries to key racers. In St. Louis some of the odd continued..Read More →
What Really HappenedHistorical Weekend in PhoenixPhotos and Type-Os: Scott HoffmanTwo weeks into the 2012 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series and we already have a race for the title in both classes. Yet few will remember who finished 2nd or 20th in Phoenix on January 14. The only thing they will remember is what color bike won and who was riding it. On any other night, the motorcycle manufacturer rarely overshadows who was riding it. However, on this special day it..Read More →
With Kelly Slater having sealed the deal up top, the only thing that really matters from this point forward is who is on the chopping block. Yes, it's that time of year again and the drama is thick for those riding the bubble. Unfortunately, going by the ASP's current ratings is totally deceiving since most surfers in contention are hanging onto results due to expire before year's end. With that in mind I've busted out the calculator to figure out what the "real"..Read More →
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