Jusbyn Lockard riverboarding Gorilla on the Green River Narrows
Mike McVey drops 14m / 45' Celestial Falls
A great short movie showing the adventure and fun that can be had just by adding water.
Guys taking bodyboards where they’ve never been before and living to tell the story.
A little gem of a video about two older guys who are just stoked to be out there and riding waves.
The Snoogee Board lets you shred the snow just like you would shred a wave with the added opportunity to incorporate snowboarding moves such as rail slides.
Did you know that it is possible to go on swimming tours through submarine tunnels, built by Hitler’s forces in the Second World War, in Croatia which was part of former Yugoslavia?
Mike Horn is credited with running many waterfalls in the 90’s, but he wasn’t alone – so who is the other guy with him?
The dates have been announced for the 2015 Riverboarding World Championship in Guatemala, and it is scheduled to take place the 12th – 19th of October, 2015
Mike McVey took his riverboard off Metlako falls without even looking at it first, in an attempt to break the world record for riverboarding waterfall height
Read Josh Galt’s riverboarding stories from around the world plus gear reviews, health & nutrition info, and opinions on sport
Jusbyn Lockard and I hit up the world renown Green River Narrows on riverboards – this was only the 2nd descent of this canyon including Go Left and Gorilla
The Riverboarding World Championship will take place in Indonesia in November of 2013, and Josh Galt shares his thoughts on the event & his personal role
As the Whitewater Grand Prix has shown, the most famous kayakers are not always the best in competition – so is there a more objective way to measure greatness?
Making the most of situations by applying visualization techniques can help with sports workouts even if all you have available is a tennis ball and chairs
How to avoid hypothermia and heat your body from within by fueling it with proper nutrition before getting into cold water
If there is a way that Face Level can sponsor you or your event directly, and if the potential exposure and ROI make sense for FLI, let’s do it!
There’s a lot of angry words being hurled around as we approach the election – remember that even if you disagree politically, you share a love for sport so get outside and enjoy the fresh air and positive energy
It’s always exciting to see what changes the rain brings to normally tranquil streams in the jungle – sometimes the water rises enough to make it runnable
Lance Armstrong is being stripped of all his victories because it’s alleged he broke the rules of sport – but no celebrity has done more with their fame to help and inspire other people
Felix Baumgartner jumped from the edge of space and inspired millions around the world to pursue their otherworldly dreams of great achievement – what’s yours?
The college you attend (or don’t) in many ways determines the course of your life – that’s the power of a network, and Face Level brings you a network for your headfirst & horizontal sporting desires
Bob Carlson is considered the US godfather of riverboarding, and he’s got his own sportscard to prove it – Josh found that and other treasures recently while cleaning out old boxes of stuff
If there’s one challenge that solo adventurers face it’s getting from place to place with all their gear – here are 5 tips Josh has learned for solo travel
The Indonesian riverboarding community is passionate about the sport and also about being a boarderhood – a unified group with a common love in the river, exemplified by the phrase Salam Sejajar
Josh goes on a Lance Armstrong inspired rant about doping, the evolutionary advances in medical technology, and the inspiration from Lance’s victories
Even though Ohiopyle government officials let a guy paddle over the falls in a duckie – despite inflatables being outlawed- they claim the Anvil is not a designated watercraft so riverboarding is not allowed
A spontaneous meetup gave us a preview of what the FLI Games can someday be, and great first rides on the Xled and Bellyak
Josh examines the differences between positive and negative gestures of celebration, and attacks the gesture used by kayakers known as the brown claw
Riverboarders / hydrospeeders have reached a sort of invisible ceiling waterfall height at 10m / 32ft, and here are a handful of videos of those big drops
The world of face level sports faces a different dilemma than many of its extreme sports counterparts, with riverboarding being the question mark on how extreme is too extreme
There is not really any gear specifically made for face level sports, beyond the boards and sleds – so Josh looks at how to create it, starting from scratch
The removal of Condit Dam is an extremely exciting and interesting advancement and was spearheaded by American Whitewater, an organization worth supporting
An introduction to the Bellyak, a new form of whitewater at face level