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Nice picture

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Let's see. 70 foot high wall of water travelling at 35 miles per hour...8 lbs per gallon...

 

F'in 'ell.

 

 

Poseiden sized balls.

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The biggest waves i rode were 8-10 ft. and thats 16-20ft. wall of water, the last one i rode knocked me out!

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Laird Hamilton at it again?

 

THE MOST AMAZING SPORT on the planet, period.

 

The swell's big enough for Laird, but isnt the hair a bit dark?

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Laird Hamilton at it again?

 

THE MOST AMAZING SPORT on the planet, period.

 

The swell's big enough for Laird, but isnt the hair a bit dark?

 

Not Laird... some fellow named Kerby Brown

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I think surfers are the only enthusiasts on the planet who enjoy photographing themselves more than climbers. Good picture, though. does anyone have that "big wave" video that was posted a few months back? That was incredible.

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i remember gettng rolled by a monster wave off ocracoke island shortly after a hurricane hit the outer banks - somehow, after getting tossed along the bottom, ass over tea-kettle 9 or 10 times, i came to the top, utterly unable to breathe - i gasped once, then blew an entire handful of sand out of both my nasal cavities - never have figured that one out quite

 

my favorite simpsons' line ever was from the salty old sea captain:

 

"i hate the sea - and everything in it"

 

:)

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i remember gettng rolled by a monster wave off ocracoke island shortly after a hurricane hit the outer banks - somehow, after getting tossed along the bottom, ass over tea-kettle 9 or 10 times, i came to the top, utterly unable to breathe - i gasped once, then blew an entire handful of sand out of both my nasal cavities

 

...was that right before The Red Hot Chili Peppers kicked your ass? :grlaf:

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I think surfers are the only enthusiasts on the planet who enjoy photographing themselves more than climbers. Good picture, though. does anyone have that "big wave" video that was posted a few months back? That was incredible.

 

 

YOUTUBE: MAUI JAWS is badass but can't find 100ft wave surfing off S.Cal. that was the biggest one rode that i know of, it was last year!!

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This wave is a 80+ ft. wall of death! You've got to have big balls!WTF!!

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I believe the OP is Cyclops off the west coast of Australia. I didn't know it had been surfed although I think it's been boogie boarded. Surprisingly boogie boarders do some bad ass stuff.

 

Cyclops and Teahupoo are the crack of surfing. A big deadly rush that's over in a flash. It's like a fist that comes out of nowhere and pounds.

 

Here's Laird in Teahupoo

[img:left]http://www.sheilaomalley.com/archives/laird_hamilton_teahupoo.jpg[/img]

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