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Waterman Kai Lenny
A Life in the Water: GoPro Clip
Waterman Kai Lenny can't decide which water sport he loves the most, so he just does them all.
Memories of Ronnie Burns
Kalani Robb: GoPro Clip
Kalani Robb looks back on surfing Rocky Point with late legend Ronnie Burns, his close friend and mentor.
Rails and Bails
Who is JOB S5 E9: Extra
Some people say that it's impossible to ride a floating rail on a surfboard. Jamie O'Brien proves them right.
The River Wild
Who is JOB S5 E10: Extra
On the trip to Ireland Jamie O'Brien, Ryan Hipwood, and Peter Conroy find a firing river wave in Limerick.
Big Wave Carnage
Red Bull Cape Fear 2016
The best of the madness from the 2016 contest, where the barrels and consequences were bigger than ever.
Surf Contest in a Wave Pool
Red Bull Unleashed
More than 2,000 spectators turned out to see the world's first ever stadium-style surfing event.
The Best Moments of 6.0
Who is JOB S5 E10
Jamie O'Brien shows off the best waves, the gnarliest crashes, and his favorite footage from an epic year.
Who is JOB S5 E9
The crew takes a trip to California, where they and Zion Wright get into some surf and skate shenanigans.
Pig in the Blanket
Who is JOB S5 E8
The boys get some freezing waves, learn to play hurling, and try to join the Dublin Fire Brigade.
Irish Seas & Hurricane Winds
Who is JOB S5 E7
Jamie O'Brien, Ryan Hippwood, and the crew head to the Emerald Isle for some surfing and cheeky shenanigans.
SUPsquatch & Super Slides
Who is JOB S5 E6
The crew takes advantage of Canada's deep snow and drainage ditches in day two of their excursion.
Who is JOB S5 E5
Jamie O'Brien and crew head to Vancouver Island for some freezing waves and cliff diving on mountain bikes.
Shows & Films
Wayne Lynch was an Australian pioneer of the shortboard revolution and is a surfing counterculture icon.
Watch the tornado of fun that is surfer Jamie O'Brien's life as he and his friends work hard playing hard.
A battle between Kelly Slater and Mick Fanning came down to just four waves in two 30 minute heats.
Four professional surfers at different points in their careers share their stories, struggles, and triumphs.