Friday Fact Files

As the title suggests these photographs are a collection of the best waves found around the world in warm locations. These kind of photos are very enticing and maybe help you choose that next surfing holiday destination.

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Teahupo, the heaviest wave on the planet

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Wax first applied to surfboard in 1935

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Switch foot semi final only gets an 8

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Peru proves to be longest wave in the world

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Kirra arguably Australia’s longest barrel rides

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Gerry Lopez Pipe master and Mr Lightning bolt

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

In 2000, Laird rode the heaviest wave ever

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Tommy Carroll’s never seen before Pipeline snap

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Simon Anderson rides thruster to Bells’ Victory

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Bob McTavish invents v-bottom short board

Friday Fact Files

Friday Fact Files

Kelly Slater the youngest and oldest world title holder

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