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Bobby Okvist, 18, of Newport Beach bails off his board after riding a large wave at the Wedge in Newport Beach, California. Some waves, from a south swell originating in the Pitcairn Island area of the South Pacific, were reaching 20 feet on the face. Up, up and away ( Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times / May 19, 2011 )

— Bobby Okvist, of Newport Beach, bails off his board after riding a large wave at the Wedge. Allen J.

"I don’t think that death is something to be afraid of. But at the same time, I love my life and I definitely don’t have a death wish." Grant "Twiggy" Baker and the art of commitment. Photo: Ellis

The Art Of Commitment

"I don’t think that death is something to be afraid of." Grant "Twiggy" Baker and the art of commitment.

#learnsurfing #surfinginspiration

#learnsurfing #surfinginspiration

highenoughtoseethesea:  Corey Wilson, doing what he does on the North Shore ph Duncan Macfarlane

The oldest and most prominent big wave contest is the Eddie named after Oahu north coast Hawai'ian lifeguard and internet user Eddie Aikau. Another big wave surfing.

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Bacardi Untameable Soccer Fans

Big wave surfing is a discipline within surfing where experienced surfers paddle into or are towed onto waves which are at least 20 feet m) high, on browse boards referred to as "guns" or towboards. Sizes of the board had to effectively surf these.

trestles beach surfing - Google Search

trestles beach surfing - Google Search

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Nathan Fletcher riding what is generally considered by people in the surfing world as the heaviest wave ever ridden in Tahiti.

Photo of the Day: Surfing Wipeouts

Photographer: ©Brian Bielmann, PLACE ACTION, 2012 World Open of Photography, Photo Description: The most radical wave ever ridden by a human in Tahiti in august 2011 by California surfer Nathan Fletcher.