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.


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wipeout - ouch!!!

In a big wave wipeout, a breaking wave can push surfers down 20 to 50 feet m to m) below the surface area. Surfers may have less than


The Eddie Aikau Big Wave Competition at Waimea Bay on Oahu. It only happens when waves reach massive levels of 30 feet +.


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