This week on FUEL TV’s The Weekly Update With Boost Mobile, Venezuelan sensation Daniel Dhers won $30,000 in BMX Street and Chad Kagy won $30,000 in BMX Vert at the LG Action Sports World Championships in Dallas. Australian Tas Pappas won the Skate Vert comp and Brazilian Rodolfo Ramos took the street title. Both got $30,000 for the wins.
In more skateboarding news, we’ll follow the Red Bull From Russia with Love adventures as top pro skaters Joey Brezinski, Dani Suppa, Benny Fairfax, and Zered Bassett work their way across Europe.
In surfing news, we cover the opening ceremony for the Quiksilver Big Wave Invitational in Memory of Eddie Aikau. We’ll also update the situation around the controversial Trestles Toll Road.
And in the Weekly Update One-on-One, up-and-coming pro surfer Alex Gray talks about wanting to be the best in the world.
And as always, don’t miss the Surfline surf forecast.
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This week on The Daily Habit:
The Daily Habit Music Episode (Monday 12.11)
For the first time ever, The Daily Habit presents the best musical performances of the season, including the charasmatic British rockers Art Brut, surfer Timmy Curran, and hip hop group People Under The Stairs. Plus, we’ll take a look back at some of our past amazing athletes and where you can see them next on the new season on FUEL TV programs like Firsthand and New Pollution.
Jeff Grosso (Tuesday 12.12)
The Daily Habit hosts one of the Bones Brigade’s clown princes — a skater who’s been there done that and then some. We’re very proud to welcome the legendary skater Jeff Grosso to the studio. Plus, correspondent Renee Renee hangs out with Tony Hawk and Mike V at the premiere of the Secret Skatepark video. And, we hang out with Steve O and try to understand what the hell he’s talking about.
Edwin De La Rosa (Wednesday 12.13)
A BMX pro known for his polished street style, and representing the East Coast, The Daily Habit welcomes Edwin De La Rosa in the studio. Plus, Edwin takes Daily Habit cameras on a tour of Brooklyn’s Banks. And, red carpet-crasher Jordan Morris goes to the premiere of this season’s comedy, “Borat.
Jereme Rogers (Thursday 12.14)
Pro skater Jereme Rogers finally hits The Daily Habit studios. This young man rips and he’s here to talk about his new project “Mr. Jereme Rogers Neighborhood. Plus, the “Jackass 2 DVD drops this week and we take a look back at red carpet-crasher Jordan Morris on the night of the premiere.
Lauren Perkins (Friday-12.15)
Pro skateboarder Lauren Perkins hits the studio Friday. She’s won the Gravity Games and has snagged an X Games medal. Lauren talks about being a part of the new upcoming Girl Skateboards documentary. Plus, you won’t want to miss a live musical performance by “…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead.
“The Daily Habit” is FUEL TV’s first original daily series, telecast weeknights at 9:00 pm ET (6:00 pm PT) while re-airing at 12:00 am ET (9:00 pm PT) and the following day at 8:30 am ET (5:30 am PT) and 3:00 pm ET (12:00 pm PT). “The Daily Habit encompasses the world of the action sports enthusiast, mixing the best in pop culture with today’s top action sports personalities, cutting–edge music, and comedy. Each episode is filled with celebrity guests, action sports athletes, and musicians who you want to see and hear, while also highlighting new products and music by independent, alternative, and hip-hop artists.
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