Things you didn't know about Teahupoo

Teahupoo is one of the deadliest waves on the planet. It can give you the ride of a lifetime, or it can kill you.

Known not for its height, but for its weight and thickness, the liquid gem of Tahiti is often compared to a mutant species that can only be tamed by fearless, experienced athletes.

Teahupoo's reputation has never ceased to grow. For many big wave surfers, it represents the ultimate testing ground; the place that truly embodies the feeling of fear and panic.

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Rip Curl launches Search GPS 2

Rip Curl announced the launch of the Search GPS Series 2 surf watch.

The Search GPS 2 is smaller, lighter and more durable than its predecessor, and comes with new features like real-time conditions, and GPS tracking for new sports like snowboarding and skiing, running and swimming.

With a compact design, the new wave forecasting watch by Rip Curl promises to track every wave, swell, wind and tide thanks to its partnership with Surfline.

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Gabriel Medina and Carissa Moore win inaugural Surf Ranch Pro

Gabriel Medina and Carissa Moore have taken out the 2018 Surf Ranch Pro, held in Lemoore, Central California.

The Brazilian and Hawaiian surfers claimed the first ever Championship Tour (CT) event held by the World Surf League (WSL) in a wave pool.

In 1985, Tom Carroll won the World Professional Inland Surfing Championship held at the Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom, a man-made wave located in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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