JESSE from the Japanese rock band RIZE is stoked on the new Monster Energy FMX game but we want to see the guys send it in real life!! Watch the Japanese trio Takayuki Higashino, Kota Kugimura and Genki Watanabe throw it down in Dirt Fighter.
It started as plain curiosity. A lot like Peter Mel in the clip below, I turned to my friends in The Inertia office. “Why are Hawaiians recognized differently than Americans in the WSL?” I felt like I was left out of an insider’s secret. But, as it turns out, none of us knew.
We’d published articles in the past about how it is. I recently wrote about how Hawaiians have competed as Americans in the Olympics, how it’s distinct in surfing, and what all that might mean. But collectively, we never quite got to the bottom of how exactly this distinction came to be in the first place.
Airton Cozzolino and Gollito Estredo have lots in common. Both are multi-talented, both are skilled at a number of watersports, both are World Champions and both were escaping the poverty of their hometowns, by following their dreams of success. Gollito, the fisherman´s son from El Yaque, is the Freestyle legend, but is also ripping with his Kite and SUP gear. Kite genius Airton Cozzolino from Cabo Verde rips the waves apart on his kiteboard, windsurfboard or SUP, at the highest possible level.
Nissan has announced that four of its GT Academy gaming graduates will compete in this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours race. These include the first “virtual-to-real” race driver Lucas Ordoñez and GT Academy Russia 2012 winner Mark Shulzhitsky, who has recently worked with Onroak Automotive on the development of the new Ligier JS P2 he’ll be driving.
The GT Academy was set up in 2008 as a means of developing potential racing talent amongst gamers. The program is … More
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