CAN you be positive and enthusiastic any more without sounding like a cliché?
Chapter 2 of Wade Godall’s Creative Destruction proves just that, turning from the celebrity of surfing with Metallica to the discovery of innocence and hope as Goodall and friends visit a refuge for disadvantaged children at Tapachula in Mexico.
Goodall said the experience has helped him gain a new perspective on life. “They’ve stopped me taking things so seriously and taking things for granted.”
Be creative or destructive ... surfing transcends the every day.
Voting’s now open for Chapter 4, either a trip into the San Francisco desert for the wildest party on earth or a look at the BP spill, scene of one of nature’s most disastrous catastrophes.
Vote now HERE.
The final episode of The Ripple Effect tells the story of how the humble brainchild of an eccentric genius changed the entire surf industry
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Brazilian stuntmen Filipe Toledo and Yago Dora have a blast on these fun looking beachies
As the boundaries of surfing are constantly pushed into the distance, Matt Rott questions surfing's relationship with the helmet
Soli Bailey, Tai Graham, and Harrison Roach chase a healthy swell over a week on Lombok