Isabela Sousa: flying over Fortaleza's Poço da Draga

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She is one of the most successful female bodyboarders of all time, but when the Brazilian is free surfing, shed gets highly creative and ambitious.

Four-time world bodyboarding champion Isabela Sousa landed a colossal air reverse at Poço da Draga, a rebound wave that breaks in Fortaleza, Brazil.

Sousa was caught on tape riding a small three-foot left-hander that suddenly morphs into an A-frame peak and catapults riders into the air.

"I knew I went high but, in the video, I guess it's bigger because when you're surfing the wave we don't really have the sense of time - one second seems like a minute," explained Sousa.

As Isabela hits the sky and starts the rotation, a bodyboarder is seen awed by the plane that was flying over him.

"I remember that in this wave when I hit the lip, completed the 360 rotation and stood up there looking down to the flats, that minute felt like an hour. And when I hit the flats, it hurt!"

It feels like Sousa could've tried the 720 in the wedgy ramp, but it's easier said than done.

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