c Surfing For Hawaii's Mark Healey, a spot on "Big Wave Hellmen" was more than a chance to chase surf; it was an opportunity to show what really makes him tick. It's been said that the one having the most fun is the best surfer in the water, and based on Vans' surf team roster, they're having a pretty good time. Putting the fun back in surfing, the Vans team is keeping the stoke alive. After earning himself a big wave world title earlier this year, Grant "Twiggy" Baker edged out Shane Dorian to win the "Big Wave Hellmen" Challenge. Brandon Graham sits down with the Big Wave Hellmen and discuss paddle vs. versus tow-in surfing. Proving that he is very much the man to beat on the ASP World Tour, John John Florence kept up his winning ways with a convincing victory at the Quiksilver Pro France. John John Florence earns a statement-making win at the Quik Pro and Tyler Wright gets into world title contention with a win at the Roxy Pro. The ASP's run through France has had no shortage of intrigue. With a huge win in Portugal, her third of the season, Stephanie Gilmore has taken control of the race for the ASP Women's World Title. After a 10-year stint on the ASP World Tour, Shane Dorian walked away from pro surfing to chase big waves in 2003. Today, at 42, he is one of the hardest chargers in the world. Shane Dorian left the world tour to chase perfect surf. A decade after making that decision, he has no regrets. Enjoying his best run on the ASP World Tour in his young career, 20-year-old Kolohe Andino has a lot going for him, including new surfboards and a Visa commercial Ten-minute rides through the middle of China? Jamie O'Brien, Mikala Jones and a crew of surfers didn't miss their chance to tame the Qiantang River, a.k.a. the "Silver Dragon." Brandon Graham sits down with the Big Wave Hellmen to discuss how much they are sacrificing to chase big waves.
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