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- Mark Sponsler explains what is needed for Red Bull Jaws to happen
Mark Sponsler explains what is needed for Red Bull Jaws to happen
- DEC 27, 2012
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- Mark Sponsler, Surf Forecaster for Red Bull Jaws, explains in depth what is needed in order for this event to happen. From studying weather patterns to watching storms form, wave forecasting is a unique science
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Red Bull Soundwave Episode 2 Jul 15, 2011
In episode two of Red Bull Soundwave, we follow Carissa Moore as she takes on the legendary Jaws for the first time. Red Bull Soundwave gives us an inside look at what really happens as surfers,...
Big wave surfers Gabriel Villarán, Ramon Navarro, and Greg Long were on red alert as meteorologists predicted a storm system was due to hit Chile, Peru and Mexico. Eager for some good surf after a...
Without appropriate swell and weather conditions since December, event organizers begin planning dates for next season.
Red Bull Jaws Opening Ceremony Dec 8, 2012
Ian Walsh, Kelly Slater and 19 of the worlds best big wave surfers made their way to Pe'ahi to participate in the opening ceremony of Red Bull Jaws as the official waiting period for the event kicks...
Kelly Slater accepts Red Bull Jaws challenge Dec 7, 2012
The 11-time World Tour champion joins an exclusive list of 21 invitees who will take on the famous Hawaiian reef break without the aid of jet skis.
Ian Walsh Trains for Big Wave Wipeouts Dec 3, 2012
Pro surfers like Ian Walsh do everything they can to prepare for the potentially life-threatening conditions inherent in big-wave surfing; tag along as Ian learns about breath control and panic...
At Treacherous Jaws, Experience Prevails over Youth Nov 29, 2012
It's easy to see the sport of surfing -- with all the high-flying airs in competition -- as a young man's pursuit. But the arena of big-wave surfing is an exception to the rule.
Twenty-one intrepid big-wave surfers from around the world have been chosen to take on the menacing Hawaiian reef break known as Jaws for the inaugural Red Bell Jaws, Paddle at Pe'ahi. "Your natural...