With plenty of action happening around the world we've got heaps for you to enjoy.
The first video of the day comes from Boujmaa Guilloul, who is currently enjoying the AWT in Baja. With such nice top to bottom riding it is never boring to watch Bouj in action.
Whilst we are on the topic of the AWT, the next stop on their tour will take place in Pacasmayo, Peru. An awesome preview clip has dropped in the run up to the event which you can check out below.
Meanwhile back in Baja, it is the all categories but the pros that have already got underway. Interestingly heat times have been as long as 26 minutes without any transition period, meaning that the green flag starting the next heat was also the signal to end the previous heat. It's cool to see the AWT adapting to the conditions and fingers crossed they can pull it all out the bag during these final days. Click here for more and check out a small gallery below.
Keeping the American theme alive and we pop on over to Maui with UK wave sailor Chris 'Muzza' Murray, who shows us a day in the life on this timeless iconic island.
From one of the most ridden waves spots in the world to one that has never been ridden before. Alastair McLeod has just left his mark in the history books with this epic ride of Pedra Rock, which sits 26km off the southern most point of Australia. Check out the teaser clip below and more on the adventure here.
Our final post for this week is the talented Maaike Huvermann. A name that has been setting the ladies freestyle scene alight, Maaike was showing some pretty high level moves in Fuerteventura earlier this summer during competition but how is she like when the pressure of results is dropped. Just watch on to find out.
Join us again next week for more.