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Florecast is a British DIY ‘zine dedicated to skateboarding and analogue film photography and this Florecast image by Sam Roberts shows Alex Middleton performing a Fakie Tuck in some pipes they drove past on the motorway.
Multiple world surfing champion Kelly Slater showed that he is still as good as ever at the Billabong Pro Tahiti if this image is anything to go by. Slater was beaten to the title by Ace Buchan, but the 41-year-old impressed all week long in Tahiti.
As part of Red Bull Sound Select in Philadelphia, American vocalist Lakisha Kimberly Robinson, aka Kilo Kish, rocked the crowd in fine style.
The latest to witness the unique fusion of breakdance and classical music that is Red Bull Flying Bach were the sellout crowd in Santiago, Chile, who showed their appreciation at the end of another fine performance.
Mountain Bike Freeride star Brandon Semenuk landed his second Red Bull Joyride gold in three years at the Diamond FMB Event at Crankworx Whistler at the weekend. Semenuk took the honours ahead of Martin Söderström in second and Sam Pilgrim completed the podium.
Ski star Aksel Lund Svindal was back home in Norway handing on his experience and knowledge to a group of aspiring teenagers in Red Bull Under My Wing in Folgefonna. In this image Frida Rosmer Hauge shows Aksel what she has learned from the Olympic champion.
Rookie Honda rider Marc Márquez took his fourth win of the season and extended his lead at the top of the MotoGP World Championship to 21 points with an excellent win at the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix.
The final four windsurfers have been selected for the last mission of Red Bull Storm Chase 2013 – windsurfing's most challenging contest. At Marrawah, Tasmania, Thomas Traversa, Dany Bruch, Leon Jamaer and Marcilio Browne (pictured) qualified for the third and final mission.
Ahead of this weekend's Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series stop in Boston, former world champion Orlando Duque showed the New Yorkers how it's done by diving from a helicopter into the Hudson River in front of the Empire State Building.
One of oddest events around took place in Oslo, Norway at the International Death-Diving Association Championships. To complete a death dive, one leaps in a horizontal X-formation and plunges from the 10-metre board into the pool below, curling up at the last moment to avoid actual death. OK, then.