Introduction to the people behind Swellseekers.ie how it all started & New Promotional Video!
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I’m pretty sure no one in world would have picked me to beat Jon Jon in the semi and I don’t blame them. He’s a super freak and trestles is a wave that allows super freaks to do things that no one can fathom
We got out there and watched a few come through, it was minblowing. Like a cross between Pipe, Teahupoo and G-land…! I had waited years for this day and asked Dylan Stott to whip me into a few…
When i saw there was an event in China i was so tempted to enter ever though i had no money and it was only a four star. It was the closing day for the event and I was out in the water doing surf lessons just wondering what the waves were like on Hainan Island…..
So you have seen the (edited) photos and videos of the “Code Red” day with the blue sky’s and the glassy green water from all angles and even in perfect slow motion…..
Now take a look at what really went down that day!
On August 27, 2011, the Billabong Pro Tahiti event on surfing’s World Tour was placed on hold due to a massive swell bearing down on the famed big-wave spot, Teahupoo.
Tahiti’s Finest, The Man Raimana Van Bastolaer & his world of Surf & SUP !
Raimana Van Bastolaer, Tahiti’s most famous surfer, is one of the world’s most extreme and respected surf legends, and a virtual king in his native Tahiti. He is notorious for his commanding presence at Teahupoo, the world’s thickest wave.
The Tahitian dream – Raimana is known and respected worldwide for his Polynesian Aloha spirit and for his death defying feats at his terrifying homebreak: Teahupo’o.