Tow-in surfing is not dead. Sometimes, you really need extra horsepower to drop into the abyssal waves of Jaws/Peahi, in Maui.

But, it doesn't take any merit away from the man himself, Mr. Kai Lenny. The waterman is ready for almost anything. Even when he is invited to pull an air off of a breaking wave.

Lenny continues to push the limits of big wave surfing. And we can only take our hats off to him.

Rob Bain, Layne Beachley, and Dave Macaulay have taken out the Azores Airlines World Masters Championship in the Grand Masters, Women's Masters and Men's Masters divisions held in good three-foot surf at Praia de Santa Barbara.

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Dimitri Maramenides, the founder and owner of Epic Kites, rode his kite a few hours before Hurricane Florence hit the East Coast of the United States.

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