Stock traders are not the only ones surfing a record wall of liquidity and in “zones we haven’t never surfed” before. The Australian reports,
THE northern hemisphere’s winter has been a historically bumper season for big-wave hunters.
It reached a pinnacle on Monday when Hawaiian Garrett McNamara possibly broke his own Guinness World Record with a ride on a wave some are claiming was 100ft, or about 30 metres.
A photograph of the ride started appearing on Facebook on Monday, and the footage has now been published.
It shows McNamara being towed by a jetski onto a monstrous lump off Nazare, Portugal, the same beach where he set the original record of 78ft, or 23.7m, in 2011.
“We were surfing in zones we haven’t surfed, so it was a little overwhelming,” McNamara told surfertoday.com.
Hat tip to Greg McKenna!
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