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WSL : Gilmore Wins Title Number 7

Stephanie Gilmore just became the greatest surfer of her generation by winning her seventh World Title. That ties Australian legend Layne Beachley for most Women’s Titles in history — and both sit tied for second of all-time behind only Kelly Slater (11) in total Titles.

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Mark Visser : Becoming a Big Wave Warrior

Born in rural Victoria, Australia, Mark Visser didn’t slide gracefully into the surf life. In fact, when he was only three years old the water almost took his life. “I dropped a peach that I was eating into a sheep’s trough and went in after it,” told Visser when he recently spoke to the WSL. “My older brother pulled me ...

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Streets of Moscow

Illuminated by the beautiful lights of Moscow at night, a crew of international skateboarders explored the skateable architecture in the Russian mother city. Pushing from dawn til dusk, the plight of bad weather only helped to capture some stunning clips; the street lights magnifying the allure of the urban landscape at night. Chile’s skateboarding pioneer Stavros Razis was in town ...

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Billy Bolt : Ultimate Enduro Champion

After eight action-packed rounds of multi-discipline Enduro racing, Billy Bolt rode into the World Enduro Super Series’ record books as the inaugural ULTIMATE ENDURO CHAMPION. Making his championship ambitions known early with victory at the series opener Extreme XL Lagares in Portugal, the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing rider unquestionably adapted well to the many WESS challenges. From Hard Enduro ...

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Angie Marino : Path To Pro Cup

Angie Marino, a trailblazer in BMX, is leading the charge of style and speed into uncharted territory as women’s BMX riding continues to grow by leaps and bounds on a daily basis. Catch Angie playing with fire between contests as she prepares for the 2018 Vans BMX Pro Cup World Championship in Malaga, Spain.  

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Dirk Gruebel talks Jeffrey Herlings

17 wins from 19 and a first MXGP title means 2018 was a magnificent motocross season for Jeffrey Herlings. How did he make it happen? We asked Team Manager Dirk Gruebel for some insight. Dirk Gruebel (GER) Valkenswaard (NED) 2018 © Ray Archer The dust from the roost of 2018 MXGP is beginning to settle and besides the knowledge that ...

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Sébastien Loeb : Memorable Victory

Six years ago Sébastien Loeb stopped full-time rallying and walked away from the World Rally Championship as the sport’s most successful driver. Nine titles and 78 wins didn’t just set him apart from his rivals, those numbers placed him firmly on another planet. The next year, he came back and won two of the four events he started. But that ...

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Reflect : Max and Igor Bespaliy

In the heart of the majestic city of Moscow, the twins Max Bespaliy and Igor Bespaliy unleashed their twin BMX genius onto the urban architecture of the historic city. The latest cinematic brainchild from legend of the BMX scene, Rich Forne, the filmer and director captured Moscow as a city of contrasts, reflected in the unreal riding of the twins and ...

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Darren Berrecloth : The Claw Retires

The name you think of when someone asks you about big mountain riding? It can only be Darren Berrecloth. From his rebellious roots in British Columbia to glacier expeditions high in the arctic, The Claw is regarded as one of the best freeride mountain bikers in the world. He may not be competing anymore but his name will go down ...

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Adolf Silva : Break Time

The 21 year old Spanish rider is best known for absolutely pushing the limits of what’s possible on a bike day in and day out. We caught up with Adolf in between jumps to discuss his most recent achievements and upcoming projects and we can for sure say, boredom is not going to come up on the horizon any time soon. PHOTO ...

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Marc Marquez : Level 7

Spain’s untouchable MotoGP winner Marc Márquez put in another imperious display this year, blowing away his closest rivals Andrea Dovizioso and Valentino Rossi. Here’s his take on the 2018 season. To say that Marc Márquez has had another blistering MotoGP season would be something of an understatement. After a controversial start that saw the Honda Factory Racing star get into ...

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VPS Rider Profile : Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg

In this Profile, we followed VPS Champion Oskar Rozenberg Hallberg to his hometown of Malmo Sweden. Known more for his spontaneity and style than competitive consistency, Oskar surprised everyone with his winning run at the 2017 VPS World Championships in Shanghai China. In this episode we talk with his friends and fellow pros about Oskar’s personality and skating and watch ...

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Jackson Strong : The Fire Within

You see the highlights, the Gold medals, a lifestyle that any kid would dream of. But peel away the curtain, dim the bright lights, tone down the roaring crowds and there you see an extraordinary human – Fighting to progress the sport they love. Fighting to maintain their discipline, when all else is gone. Fighting to push the boundaries of ...

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Johan Kristoffersson : The Champ

He didn’t have to win to become World Champion, but he did anyway. Johan Kristoffersson is the all conquering FIA World Rallycross Champion. Again! It has been a truly record breaking 18 months for the 29 year old Swede. When he was signed to the PSRX Volkswagen Team in March 2017, alongside three time FIA World Champion Petter Solberg, nobody ...

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Jorge Prado : New Champ on the Block

He would only have had to score four more points this past weekend at the last Grand Prix of the year, but Jorge Prado could already call himself the new MX2 World Champion. An injury forced title-contender Pauls Jonass to undergo an operation and prevented his chances of defending the MX2 crown in Imola, Italy. Just before this unexpected turn, ...

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Matt Bromley : Home Break goes XXL

Matt Bromley is one of the world best big wave surfers. He’s caught monster waves at Jaws in Hawaii, Mavericks in California, Nias in Indonesia and more off Irelands rugged coast alongside the world best, but it will be the session this weekend (Saturday 22 September 2018) at his home break within paddling distance from his bedroom window that will ...

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Josep Garcia : Title Contender

Dominating the Hawkstone Park Cross-Country, Spain’s Josep Garcia (KTM) jumped from fifth to third in the World Enduro Super Series to become a serious title contender with just two rounds remaining. Claiming a start-to-finish victory at round six, the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing rider finally got to display his impressive raw speed as he stormed his way to a commanding ...

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