South African Surfer Josh Enslin Sets Guinness World Record For Longest Surf Session

At twelve 0’clock in the afternoon on Saturday, November 14th, Josh Enslin entered the water with his surfboard in hand at Pollock Beach, South Africa. He wouldn’t emerge from the waves until Sunday evening at eleven minutes past six o’clock, setting the world record for the longest surf session with a total of 30 hours and 11 minutes in the water.

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Yoga and Surfing: A Love Story

Yoga and Surfing can teach us to ride both of those waves, to tap into nature’s life force. When we practice them together we come to see the boundaries between our own breath and nature’s rhythms diminish.

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Let's Go to Dreamland...

Bob Burnquist is without a doubt one of the most influential skateboarders in the industry and it does not look like he is slowing down anytime soon. If Bob can dream it, he will try it. So it makes sense that he named his backyard in Southern California, Dreamland.

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How To Fight Off A Shark Like Mick Fanning

On Sunday, July 19 in Jeffrey’s Bay, South Africa, during the World Surfing League’s J-Bay Open, there were not only professional surfers in the water, but Great White sharks, too. Five minutes into professional surfer Mick Fanning’s final heat against Julian Wilson, the three-time world champion was attacked by a shark during a live broadcast of the event, but managed to fight off the beast and escape the encounter unscathed.

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How The Biggest Waves In The World Are Formed

Kyle Thiermann, professional surfer and founder of Surfing For Change, discusses in a Discover News special how the biggest waves in the world come to be. The surfer, who has familiarized himself with waves by regularly surfing their massive faces, knows a thing or two about the ocean, which he conveys during the Discovery segment aptly titled, “How The Biggest Waves In The World Are Formed."

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The Greatest Skateparks In The World

There is no venue in the world quite like a skatepark, where the shreddage is as constant as the ocean’s rhythmic tide. For surfers, skateparks act as proverbial mistresses, accommodating them when they’ve been stood up by a flat ocean (which happens all too often… poor guys).

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