Xtreme Surf Wipeouts / Crashes
All too often while watching surfing segments do we take for granted the incredible abilities of the men and women who drop into thick, boiling chasms of water on fiberglass-coated pieces of foam. This segment, a compilation of some of the absolute worst wipeouts we?ve captured on film over the years, ignites a certain appreciation for the guts-n-glory of the warriors who confront the potential danger in the waters off Hawaii, Fiji and California. Dan Moore, a tow-in pioneer from Hawaii, gives us some insight as to what its like when a mountain of water lands on your head.



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The HSCA departs from the small and idillyc town of Hana and races 45 miles all the way to Kahului -
from Kahului to Flemming on West Maui.
accross the treacherous channel and along some of the highest sea cliffs in the world - just an amzi
from Kailua to Haleiwa, a 50 mile race around the Windward side - a beautiful run!
A segment that describes the entire race season and guides us accross the very treacherous Alenuihah
Mike Kincaid and other captains explain why the sport and the culture is so important for them and t
Canoe Sailing: In ancient times Hawaiians utilized sailing canoes for trade and warfare among the tr
The history and highlights from this extreme group and Hawaiian Watermen and Women...
One of the best races ever for the organization - lots of wind and a great adventure all the way to
from Kaanapali on Maui...
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