Australian BMX rider Danny Campbell surfs the 47-foot high, 350-foot long granite rock face at the Hyden Wildlife Park in the Western Outback.
Teaspoon guitar playing pioneer Hannes Coetzee uses his hand-mouth coordination to demonstrate his unique musical technique.
Tile Bluetooth Trackers help you keep track of often misplaced items. And now, they've expanded their product line to include the durable and dependable Tile Sport. It features a sleek graphite gray look and a Bluetooth tracker with twice the range of the original. It pairs seamlessly with the Tile app, and the new model is also waterproof and has a louder speaker to alert you of just where to look for that item you're having trouble finding. The battery lasts an entire year, and the Tile Sport even lets you choose from a variety of new ringtones to optimize and customize your findings.
Presented by Tile.
Available in four different lengths, the HYLETE verge II short is the next best thing to custom tailored performance apparel. Inseams range from long to the shorter quad-cut allowing you to choose your perfect length. Each pair is made from the same flex-woven fabric, providing a lightweight, sweat-wicking barrier, while flex-knit panels stretch to accommodate your range of motion. They are finished off with a waistband that has a 4" stretch, two-way drawstring, and zippered side pockets to keep valuables in your pockets. Additional colors available.
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A first-hand look at super barista Candy Man as he effortlessly commands the busy espresso bar at Casa Acoreana in Toronto.