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Still Standing | A New Web Series
Coming Summer 2013
Follow two friends as they strive for greatness in their respective elements. Will Skudin, Big Wave World Tour currently ranked #16 in the World and Irish Seanie Monaghan, Continental Americas Light Heavyweight Champion and International Boxing Federation currently ranked #15 in the World, #2nd in the US, 1st in Ireland. Both train and compete after one of the most difficult years in their lives after Hurricane Sandy devastated the city that they love and represent, Long Beach New York. They are entering the biggest years of their lives. The year of the build.
Join us as Seanie prepares for his latest battle to stay undefeated and Will as he trains and awaits for the next stop on the Big Wave World Tour in Chile.
Produced by NYSEA
Edited and Directed by Etan Blatt
With footage shot by Matt Clark, Etan Blatt, John Bilderback, Natty Graham, Doug Falter and Bruno Lemos
Motion Graphics and Title Card by Frankie Principe
Will Skudin receives his first official invite to the Xpreshon Big Wave World Tour's Todos Santos Big Wave contest presented by Dive N' Surf. The last stop on the Big Wave World Tour 2013/14 season. Will is guaranteed a slot and won't be an alternate for the very first time. In this video, Will and his brother Cliff recap on past Todos Santos trips and wipe outs along the way.
Take an aerial ride over NYC, Rockaway and Long Beach 2 weeks after Sandy struck the Northeast and observe how we dig out, clean up and begin to rebuild.
Find out how you can help New York surf communities effected by Hurricane Sandy by heading to www.NYsea.com/nybeachrelief
Every T-shirt sold is money donated to rebuilding Rockaway and Long Beach.
Less than two months ago, Dylan Smith used his surfboard to save more than a half dozen lives during Hurricane Sandy but a few weeks later Dylan died surfing in Puerto Rico. He was 23.
Here a few GoPro clips from his memorial paddle out in Rockaway.