22 November 2013
In a repeat of last year's final, the biggest beach crowd of the week gathered to watch Kelia Moniz and Chelsea Wiliams go head-to-head in Riyue Bay for the final of the SWATCH GIRLS PRO CHINA 2013 hosted by Wanning. At the end of final day 3 Hawaii’s Kelia Moniz won second consecutive ASP Women’s World Longboard title.
22 November 2013
Another fascinating day full of longboard surfing went down at Riyue Bay today as a strong swell continued to bless the contest on Day 2. Chelsea Williams was the stand-out performer, despite admitting feeling she had more left in the tank. Kelia Moniz, Karina Rozunko, Summer Romero, Miku Uemura, Jennifer Smith, Chloe Calmon and Justine Dupont also made into the Quarters.
19 November 2013
Swatch Proteam athletes Kassia Meador and Darci Liu alongside current ASP Women's Longboard World Champion Kelia Moniz and Reunion Island surfer Victoria Vergara visit a local school in Wanning, China and hand out gifts to the local kids in anticipation of the SWATCH GIRLS PRO CHINA 2013.
28 October 2006
2006 Salomon Riders winter trip in Japon and China (Simon Dumont / Sammy Carlson / Mike Douglas / Marc Abma)
Salomon Japan Trip
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from Nitro Snowboard
20 February 2009
NITRO Road Warriors in China
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23 June 2009
a snowboard flick made in china? Yes it is!
Happy Niu Year
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3 April 2018
When you're curious enough you'll always find some locals willing to take you to their secret spot. Featuring KS' ambassador Mathieu Ruffray from France exploring the trails around Tainan in Taiwan after a quick stop in Dongguan to compete in the Two Wheeler event. If you’re thinking about where to go for your next MTB trip, you may have to add South China and Taiwan to your short list!
Filmed and edited: Julien Abellan / Race Company
20 February 2018
Deuxième vidéo de la série Histoire d'une marque ! Avec Giant.
18 October 2016
Mathieu Poncet , Celian Cordt Moller and Fabien Scotti went to China . They visited this crazy country and did some clips there. Feat. chinese skateboarders: Vincent Li, Meng Shen, Luobo
17 June 2016
In April 2016, an international team of climbers was the first to receive permission to climb in Zhangjiajie, China’s first and largest National Forest Park, located in the northern Hunan province of south-central China.
With more than 3,000 unique orange sandstone pillars reaching to the clouds, this stunning UNESCO World Heritage site attracts over 30 million visitors per year. Despite being a tourist attraction, the park’s regulations prevented climbers from exploring Zhangjiajie’s maze...