This exists! In nature! Go see for yourself. Friendly folks at the ticketing counter are ready to help.
For thousands of years, humans probably came upon this vista and said, "What good fortune! That channel looks perfect for fishing!"
The phrase "get barreled" makes it sound like something that just happens to you. False. You make it happen, through practice. Oney has practiced.
And practiced, and practiced, and practiced. Oney again, putting in Malcolm Gladwell's 10,000th hour.
The original Pat Curren was critically acclaimed (if a bit indie). The sequel, Tom, was a blockbuster and a cult classic. Little Pat (left), third in the trilogy, is about to hit theaters.
Imagine if your kids wanted to do this with you all day instead of posting MiSspELLed stATuS upDaTEs aND sHiT. Having kids would be rad. Pat Curren is rad.
This is the third straight world-class image, each from a different angle, of little Pat threading a fun-size tube. What can be inferred? Pat was threading a ton of fun-size tubes.
Here's a riddle for you: how can you be face down with your nose pointing straight up? Email Taylor Clark for the answer.
Kids learn a lot from their parents, but even more from their peers. Pat, paddling out with eyes glued on Taylor's form. Dad never taught him that one...
It's late 2011 and he's still on the Search. When they were handing out careers, Tom must have charmed his way to the front of the line.
If surfing had its own Smithsonian, there'd be a Hand Wing devoted to great hands in surf history: Bruce Irons, Gavin Beschen, Shane Dorian, and Tom here.
A rare clean execution of the over-under perspective. If you haven't noticed by now, when it comes to taking pictures, there's nothing Nate Lawrence isn't unbelievably good at.