Primeras imágenes del extraordinario campeonato de olas gigantes celebrado ayer 6 de Diciembre de 2015 en la zona de El Bocal en Santander. La Vaca Gigante fue todo un éxito con una participación masiva del público que no quiso perderse toda la acción en olas de más de 6 metros y dónde se pudo ver […]
BEFORE || Jacob Willcox
from Isaac Jones Films
BEFORE | | A collaboration of jacob surfing in between events from the later months of 2014 and the start of the 2015 season before his injury.
In March this year Jacob broke his ankle and has been out of the water for 11 weeks recovering. He has a long road of rehab in front of him until he hopefully gets back in the water in August. In the mean time enjoy the clip
from Mikey Brennan
Regarding the drop-in it was in no way a personal sabotage. It was super inconsistent and old mate had had a fair run and I felt like it was time for someone else (me) to get a wave. I was the only local out there and it just happened super quick.
O’Neill Benelux explores Iceland
Only 1/3 of the surfable ocean waves are warm and tropical. Jack O’Neill developed the wetsuit in 1952 and with that opened the door to the other 2/3 with often empty line-ups and ice-cold but picture-perfect waves. Why always go to tropical over-crowded locations is what O’Neill Benelux team rider Dominga Valdes asked herself. Together with 4 of the best Dutch and Belgium surfers, she travelled to the freezing cold land full of mysteries: Iceland, in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean – to find perfection.