When you're one of the best kayakers in the world, you have get a little creative when it comes to pushing the sport. The Catalan paddler Aniol Serrasolses has been doing just this while hunkered down in Chile for most of 2020. After landing a trick he dubbed the "Cobra Flip" last year, it became pretty clear that whatever Aniol did next was going to be nuts. We've seen all those snow kayaking videos that circle around social media every winter, but Aniol pushes it to next level by launching himself down a snowy volcano in Chile at top speed. The most impressive part? Once he makes it from the top of the volcano to the river, he lands the first ever double kickflip off Tomatita on the Palguin river and holy smokes is it cool.
Alright, picture this: a bunch of super rad athletes from different backgrounds come together and make one big, super sport. Crazy, right? But that's exactly what the guys who thought up the X-Project did. They've basically taken windsurfing and combined it with skiing powder and then mixed it all together with snowboarding and snow-kiting too. The film features athletes Maxime Chabloz with a snow-kite and Ueli Kestenholz speed riding. Chabloz is a junior world champion in both
It's no secret that Dane Jackson, Benny Marr, Bren Orton, Kalob Grady, and Isaac Hull are some of the best paddlers in the game right now and watching this, it's easy to see why. While many paddlers opt for the warm winters and waterfalls of Mexico, Chile, and Ecuador, those in search of big waves take a different path. Africa's Zambezi river is famous for its massive big water features and all time freestyle waves. When taken on by world-class playboaters like Benny Marr and Dane Jackson,
In National Geographic’s new short doc series, IMPACT, a six-part doc series that follows the stories of six women who make an impact in their communities across the globe, we are especially drawn to Episode 2, 'Surf Sisters,' which takes place in Half Moon Bay, California. Grief and loss are universal feelings. With this past year being quite isolating during the pandemic, that sentiment holds true as most of us move through these emotions. This is especially true for Kelsey, who lost her