W o a h

My man Drew posted this up yesterday, and seldom have i experienced so much drool come out of my mouth in such a short space of time. This was one of the biggest wave days ever seen at Teahupoo, one which film maker Chris Bryan managed to catch all of on his sweeeet phantom camera. 11 time world surfing champion Kelly Slater laid it down: "Witnessing this was a draining feeling, being terrified for people's lives all day long. It's life or death out there. Letting go of that rope one time can change your life, and not many people will ever get to experience that."

I will.

Mark my words one day i will ride Teahupoo and it will be magnificent. 

I'm starting small, but like the Chinese say a building of ten stories must begin with a single stone.

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