Magno, who is sponsored by Science Bodyboards, made history, when he kicked his way over the edge of the 40ft+ wave
As if trying to control a skimboard in gigantic and windy conditions wasn’t hard enough in the first place, Brad also had to contend with a windsurfer dropping in on him
Giant waves continued to unload at Jaws as the week went on and some of the best watermen in the world couldn’t resist the opportunity to don their wetsuits and dig out the paddleboards, tow surfboards, windsurf boards and kite gear.
Sunday night TV viewing is normally pretty dull, so imagine my delight when I discovered the Pe’ahi Challenge was being streamed live and I was able to get online and watch some of the worlds best big wave surfers throwing themselves over the edge at Jaws.
It’s when it comes to wipeouts at Jaws that we really get interested!
The video below of Kai tearing it up at Jaws, shows that the JetSurf is a formidable bit of kit
The three bodyboarders were Miles Kauhaahaa, Alan Lamphere and Damian Boone and the trio certainly bagged a few beauties on the day.
Now anyone that puts themselves in the mixer at Jaws deserves a huge pat on the back, but some of the Surfers featured almost seem to be punching above their weight as some of the wipeouts seem unnecessary and purely down to incompetence?
The three times Stand Up World Tour champion has an kinship with Jaws and as mentioned before seems to be able to ride anything with undeniable style.
The fishing boat for reasons unknown to us, is sitting right on the inside, mixing it where only skis should dare and as the churning wall of white water approaches the captain turns his back on the mush but can’t find the speed to get away.