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William Aliotti's Beatiful Passby In Tahiti

William Aliotti sets his rail line and bends to the rhythm of Tahitian blue. Masterfully captured by Ben Thouard

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PAT FREYNE - ALIVE & WELL DVD - FOCALPOINT BMX

Pat Freyne's section from the Alive & Well DVD put out by Focalpoint. The 2nd last part from the DVD and it's heavy!Filmed & Edited by Cooper Brownlee.Check the photo journal from the filming of the project here: http://digbmx.com/features/alive-wellSubscribe to the DIG channel for more videos - http://bit.ly/DigBMXDownload the DIG BMX APP: http://digbmx.com/videos/the-dig-bmx-appDIG online store - http://www.digbmxstore.comVisit our website for more BMX videos - http://digbmx.com● Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/DIGBMX● Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/DIGBMX● Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/DIGBMX

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Episode 5 of 7 | Hurley Presents "Twelve": A New Series From John John Florence

Before the title, there was Tahiti. See more at http://hurley.com/jjfEPISODE SUMMARY:Episode 5 of “Twelve” revisits the 2016 WSL World Champion’s journey from Teahupo’o to Lower Trestles. -- CREDITSDirected by: Bill Ballard and Parallel Sea ProductionsFilmed by: Erik KnutsonCreative Direction and Post Production: Instrument (http://www.instrument.com/)MUSIC0:28 The Beta Band "Broken Up A Ding Dong” 4:51 The Budos Band “T.I.B.W.F.” 8:46 Kevin Morby “Harlem River”--SOCIALFollow Hurley on Instagram: http://instagram.com/hurleyFollow Hurley on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hurleyFollow Hurley on Facebook: http://facebook.com/hurleyFollow John John on Instagram: http://instagram.com/john_john_florenceFollow John John on Twitter: http://twitter.com/johnjohnflorenc

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Episode 3 of 7 | Hurley Presents "Twelve": A New Series From John John Florence

Reaching your potential on the World Tour isn’t about one heat or one result. It’s about doing it your way wherever you go.See more at http://hurley.com/jjfEPISODE SUMMARY:Episode 3 of John John Florence’s “Twelve” takes you behind John’s competitive mindset that took hold in Brazil, Fiji and South Africa.-- CREDITS:Directed by: Bill Ballard and Parallel Sea ProductionsFilmed by: Erik KnutsonCreative Direction and Post Production: Instrument (http://www.instrument.com/)--MUSIC: 00:00 Woods “The Take”05:25 The Hooks “Flying Colors”09:02 The Shelters “The Ghost is Gone”12:09 Sofi Tukker “Drinkee”16:09 White Cloud “Spiritual”--SOCIAL:Follow Hurley on Instagram: http://instagram.com/hurleyFollow Hurley on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hurleyFollow Hurley on Facebook: http://facebook.com/hurleyFollow John John on Instagram: http://instagram.com/john_john_florenceFollow John John on Twitter: http://twitter.com/johnjohnflorenc

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Episode 2 of 7 | Hurley Presents "Twelve": A New Series From John John Florence

The North Shore as you've never seen it.   See more at http://hurley.com/jjf  --  EPISODE SUMMARY:  Episode 2 of John John Florence's "Twelve" brings you to John's backyard and lifelong training ground on Oahu, Hawaii.  --   CREDITS Directed by: Bill Ballard and Parallel Sea Productions Filmed by: Erik Knutson Creative Direction and Post Production: Instrument (http://www.instrument.com/)  --  MUSIC: 1:22 Misun “Hills and Trails”  5:29 Wand “Flying Golem”   --  SOCIAL: Follow Hurley on Instagram: http://instagram.com/hurley Follow Hurley on Twitter: http://twitter.com/hurley Follow Hurley on Facebook: http://facebook.com/hurley  Follow John John on Instagram: http://instagram.com/john_john_florence Follow John John on Twitter: http://twitter.com/johnjohnflorenc

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John John Florence 10 Point Air: Oakley Pro Bali

John John Florence. 10 point air. Nothing more to say.The Oakley Pro Bali takes place from June 18-29 and is broadcasting LIVE at http://www.oakleyprobali.com. Visit the site for more exclusive videos, photos and content.

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John John Florence vs. Taj Burrow - Fiji Pro 2016

John John Florence battles Taj Burrow in Round Three, Heat 10 of the 2016 Fiji Pro.Subscribe to the WSL for more action: https://goo.gl/VllRujWatch all the latest surfing action of the world's best surfers in the world's best waves. Heats on demand, event highlights and exclusive interviews, right here on the WSL's Youtube channel.For More Visit: http://www.worldsurfleague.com/Like the WSL on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wslFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/wslFollow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wslFollow us on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+WorldsurfleagueFollow our Tumblr: http://wslofficial.tumblr.com/

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How to do a Frontside Air-Reverse with Taj Burrow

Want to learn how to surf better? Learn from the world's best through Surfline's Pro Tips, a complete how-to series created to improve your surfing skills. In this episode, we go over a frontside air-reverse with Taj Burrow.Become a better surfer. Watch more episodes: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/surfline...Transcription:Hi I'm Taj Burrow. I’m going to talk you guys through a frontside air reverse. Frontside air reverse, yeah that's my most common air for sure. When I'm paddling into a wave that just got air written all over it, you know I’m just taking off and I'm just eyeing off that section down the end and I just want to get to down the end and punt an air reverse.It is obviously better if you do have speed, you can get a lot higher. You know any size wave really, from you know two foot up to six foot if you have the balls for it. Get that stance going and then make sure you throw your body into to get that rotation and make sure your boards attached. For me, as you go for the grab I want to throw my right shoulder into the spin, the whole body. It will be your left shoulder if you're goofy foot. Once you have thrown your body into that position, you want to have your body over your front foot at that stage I’d say. You'd go for the grab, you’d spin, and you your goal would be to just land tail first, make sure your tail’s pointedstraight toward the beach.Sometimes it works perfect, other times you might fall right into the transition and you can easily slip off and stack it, or your board can flip and all sorts can go wrong. Normally if you land on the lip and then down the transition really fast, I think that that looks best. Obviously a light little crumbly onshore winds probably the best, either onshore even a bit side shore, coming straight toward you. It always makes it easier and helps your board stick your feet and even throws you into the rotation. A good idea to shuffle that front foot forward you know, it makes it a bit easier if you adopt a big stink bug stance, as bad as that sounds it really does work. I'd say it's about time you should get off the computer and go try one of these things.-Taj Burrow

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