Storm Surfer: they bite the Apple

Storm Surfers have launched an iPhone and iPad application for download.

These apps give you access to exclusive online content, including Storm Surfers images and videos, as well as a hilarious Storm Surfers quiz.

Storm Surfers follows two-time world champion Tom Carroll and big wave tow-in pioneer Ross Clarke-Jones as they hunt down and ride the world’s biggest waves.

Ross and Tom have conquered monster waves off South Africa, ridden a typhoon in Japan and surfed big waves in the Southern Ocean that smash into the most inhospitable areas.

Hunting waves the size of a four-storey building involves strategy, timing, preparation and tracking the largest oceanic storms in the world. That’s where meteorologist and surf forecaster Ben Matson comes in.

Using the latest storm prediction technology, he helps Ross and Tom track swells and time their arrival to a matter of hours in a mad, high-stakes race against time and the elements to conquer and film massive waves.

Storm Surfers - New Zealand is their latest adventure.

The Storm Surfers app has:

Exclusive High Definition videos from Storm Surfers – New Zealand
Exclusive photos of Tom Carroll & Ross Clarke-Jones
Behind the scenes footage and photos
The story behind the adventure and chasing big waves
The ultimate Storm Surfers quiz that unlocks a secret video.
Links to Swellnet forecasting site for the latest on the swell at you local
Links to Stormsurfers.tv and more content

 

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