Indie Pyzel and Kylie Nagy had their birthday beach party over the weekend at Ehukai Beach in North Shore. No, it's not your typical birthday party where kids dress up and try to stay clean, their party was all about FUN! A huge slip 'n slide set up ON the beach, surfing, body surfing, and a cake fight. See how Hawaii's surfer kids celebrate their birthdays!Happy birthday Indie and Kylie!Enjoy the video!http://www.NovusSwell.comSponsored by http://www.AlohaArmy.com
A new Speed climbing World Record was set in the Speed Men Finals: the fastest men on earth, and Speed World Champion, is again the Chinese Zhong Qixin, with an astonishing 6.26. Behind him Stanislav Kokorin (RUS) and Danylo Boldyrev, from Ukraine. Full lenght
Black Diamond athlete Will Gadd, one of the great characters in the sport of climbing, rolled down from his home turf in Canada to have a taste of the mixed climbing action in Montana's Hyalite Canyon. First up on his list was Roman Candle, an overhanging M8 line guarded by a "roman candle" of ice. The ice looked a touch unstable, but, ever game, Gadd dialed-in the belay safely out of the way of any possible hazards and then set off on what quickly turned into one hell of a ride. Time to bail, right? Naw. Gadd, as he often does, got back on and battled to the anchors like the mixed maestro he
une, 2006, Squamish, B.C. Patagonia climbing ambassador Sonnie Trotter climbed the first free ascent of Cobra Crack (5.14). Sonnie worked the overhanging, thin-finger crack 30--40 times over the past few years, often rope-soloing the route to dial the moves, before completing it all-free. Sonnie said, "It's very rare to find a climb that is both overhanging, and so aesthetic. The fingers fit inside, but barely -- if the crack was any more shallow, it would be just another impossible wall, if the crack was much steeper, it may be impossible -- so I consider that route a gift for climbers. I've spent the better half of 10 years looking for a climb like that.
"THE BEST CLIMBER IN THE WORLD IS THE GUY HAVING THE MOST FUN." is the motto of this 2003 video by Udo "udini" Neumann. 90 minutes with climbers who really love climbing, starting with TONI LAMPRECHT snowbouldering in the bavarian alps followed by a bouldering expedition to the south pacific and an analysis of the contagious PLASTICFEVER. BERND ZANGERL shows us than really everything we need to know to flash DREAMTIME, two times ice-climbing world champion INES PAPPERT shows us her tools and her style and KLEM LOSKOT finally finds himself deep water soloing above the mediteranean sea...
ere is a little demostration of what Adrian Martinez Cordero (Raked #1 in the world!) can do. This took place at the WHITE WATER RECREATIONAL CENTER at Charlotte NC. Summer 2008. If u suffer from heart problems or you are pregnant please be advice. lol
A film inspired by the fanatic spirit of claimbing, from people who decide to dedicate their life to this sport...Becomes hippy living in a van, find any part-time employment, or better, becomes stars !Every actors of the film found his own way to access to this fanatic search, the quest to have pleasure climbing on the stuned spots and share smiles with friends. The world « Fanaticos » often comes from spanish climbers, that's why the film is dedicated to the richness of the spanish lands and their climbers.
The Banzai Pipeline caught everyone off guard today. Waves doubled and tripled in size from one heat to the next before the opening day of competition at The Volcom Pipe Pro was called off due to dangerous conditions.More at:http://volcompipepro.com/
It was a momentous year for the athletes who ride Giant. They stepped onto podiums and won world championships. They pushed themselves, and their bikes, to new heights. In the dirt and on the road. Against the competition, the clock and the terrain. We're proud to work with all of the road, triathlon, mountain bike and cyclocross athletes that make up our global family of competitive cyclists. Enjoy this look back at some of the moments that made 2011 a year to remember. Thanks!
Black Diamond athlete Johnny Collinson runs his op full-on, be it stomping airs in comps or charging hard on big mountain tech terrain. Last winter he spent some time filming with Sherpas Cinema in Greenland for All.I.Can, the most widely acclaimed ski film of the year. They got a ton of sweet footage of Johnny, so we had the Sherpas edit together this clip that does a great job of showcasing Johnny's style and personality.