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Shane O’Neill’s Happy Place

Discover Shane O'Neill's Happy Place. The Los Angeles Supercrown is going down October 2 The post Shane O’Neill’s Happy Place appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

Nike SB | Karsto and Janno

Karsten Kleppan is not a lazy pro. Along with the good homie Jan Henrik Kongstein, the duo have been shredding their home in Norway The post Nike SB | Karsto and Janno appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.

A Freeride Motocross Paradise in the Dunes of Death Valley

Check out our latest video from freeride motocross aficionado Tom Parsons as he tears up the Dumont Dunes in Death Valley with some EPIC cinematography.

Spray of Light (V15) and Other Hard Rocklands Boulders

Watch over fifteen minutes of classic double-digit boulders from Rocklands, South Africa, capped off with Ryuichi Murai's send of Spray of Light (8C/V15). Continue reading

Brian Anderson On Being Gay

Vice Sports was able to tell the story no skate media outlet would or could, the story of Brian Anderson's coming out. It's pretty gut wrenching to think about a guy not feeling like he can live the way he wants to. It's understandable that he would want to keep his personal life personal and let his skating take center stage. Show More Summary

Project Bootcamp: Babsi Zangerl

"For me, the gym is only for training and nothing else."Watch Babsi Zangerl take part in Black Diamond's Bootcamp, then take down her most recent project outside. Continue reading

Hot Dumpling (5.14d): One of China’s Hardest Routes

Watch Liu "Abond" Yongbang climb one of China's hardest routes, Hot Dumpling (5.14d), on White Mountain in Yangshuo. Continue reading

Project Bootcamp: Daila Ojeda

Daila Ojeda is no newcomer to 5.14 routes, but Black Diamond's Bootcamp marks her first training session in 34 years. Watch her work hard in the gym and transfer it to the rock on a project in Spain. Continue reading

Nutrition Essentials for Climbers

When it comes to nutrition, the best performance fuel and “ideal diet” are highly debated topics with a range of opinions and research available. For more than 20 years, I’ve clipped bolts, alpine climbed, played semi-professional tennis, and completed multiple triathlons, all the while figuring... Continue reading

Interview: The Future of Sharma

Close your eyes and imagine that unlike 99.9% of climbers, there aren’t any routes hard enough for you. Picture showing up at Rifle, the Red, Buoux, or Céüse and climbing every route there, without much effort.That’s the reality Chris Sharma has lived in for the past 19 years. Born April 23, 1981,... Continue reading

The Kyle Dempster Memorial Project

Via Andrew Burr:To everyone who knew or was inspired by Kyle DempsterOur friend Kyle lived a life that was full of adventure, passion and love, and he spread those things to everyone he encountered. In an effort to remember him the way he’d want to be remembered, we need your help. Print out this... Continue reading

Pro skateboarder Brian Anderson comes out as gay

In an interview with Vice Sports that was released Tuesday, pro skateboarder Brian Anderson announced that he is gay: “My name is Brian Anderson, I’m a professional skateboarder, and we are here to talk about the fact that I am gay,” Anderson tells Vice’s Giovanni Reda a few minutes into the 26-minute special. Show More Summary

The Wright Stuff: The Art of the Sandbag

It’ll be ironic when Alex Honnold dies on a rope, I think, as each of his sketchy moves rains more choss on me at the belay. We are on pitch two of the Shark’s Fin in the Canyonlands of Utah, and in a bad spot. Alex’s foot trembles on a dirt clod. “Watch me, dude,” he says as his voice shakes.... Continue reading

Leslie Gulch’s Controversial Route-Building Laboratory

A gas-powered Ryobi drill shattered the desert silence as Tony Yaniro chipped holds out of clean stone. Absorbed in his work, the early 1990s vertical Michelangelo failed to notice the Bureau of Land Management rig beating down the grade, but the BLM agent spotted Yaniro and his fixed lines.... Continue reading

Undiscovered: The Isabelle Faus Profile

In December 2009, only a handful of women were climbing V11. Not many of them skipped the V10 grade completely, much less in three days of effort, and none of them were 16-year-old girls. But Isabelle Faus has never fit the mold. A year after dropping out of high school, Faus cranked her way... Continue reading

Top 10 Instagrams of the Weekend: MXoN Maggiora

Check out the top 10 Instagrams of the weekend from MXoN Maggiora!

Catching up with X Games Adaptive Athlete Steve Howe

This month the 3rd annual Soaring Eagle Edge of Summer Race kicked off in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. Over 20,000 attendees showed up for the three-day event. The race consisted of amateur classes, an ATV quad National, an Adaptive MX class and a $10,000 purse MX race for the Pros. Show More Summary

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