This clip of 11 year old Noa Dupouy is not designed to make you question your own ability to ride a surfboard...but it probably should. While most kids his age are out catching pokemon, he's out catching bombs. Watch and weep... He is 11!


A land of diversity. Mountainous coastlines vs drought-ridden desert.

The lavishly rich vs the street begging poor. The wildlife of the savannah vs the wildlife of the city. No other country in the world boasts such dramatic contrast.



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This year Young Guns Surf is planning to go bigger, higher and deeper to find the best under-18 surfer on the planet.



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Round 2 is live. The top 30 hype-clips are locked and loaded and the voting gates are open. The only thing left to do now is for you to decide who will be packing their board bag for the final. The power is in your click. Get watching.



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It was 4:30 in the morning, and we were on our way to the wave. The first light of the morning was showing. The sea sounded strong. We drove alongside the coast at full speed, about to reach the spot, full of excitement. As we came around the bend in the coastline, we saw a wave slowing down in the fog. Finally, we could see what had since then been a longtime dream. We followed the shoreline 100 meters, 200 meters, 500 meters. The wave seemed so perfect and static at the same time, it’s barrel spinning tight. We couldn’t help but to start screaming.

The bay became a sacred temple of endless tubes. I'd never seen anything like it. If there was ever a reason to believe in a higher power, this was the place to find it.

After ten hours of tubes and pure bliss, we had ridden the best waves of our lives. We felt like the happiest men in the world. The swell was slowing down, and it would be gone tomorrow. But that day was the day. Those memories are ones we will never be able to forget.


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