- Apr 15, 2011
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- “The other amazing thing about Jaws is how low and close the helicopters can get to you. You literally feel that you’re going to collide into the helicopter as you drop down the face of the waves. The jet wash can knock you down sometimes so you really have to watch your line. If you hit the jet wash your basically done. 70 to 80 knots of wind instantly hits the sail and sends you into a flurry of cartwheels.”
Jason Polakow Video Podcast 3: Jaws In Winter 2012 Aug 30, 2012
Most people go skiing and sledging during winter or stay wrapped up at home with a mug of hot chocolate. Not Jason Polakow. He uses the cold months to ride the clean, glassy and enormous waves of...
Jaws Open For Jason Polakow Feb 13, 2012
Once again extreme windsurfer Jason Polakow chases the deadly waves of Jaws and survives to bring the story home.
Jason Polakow: El Nino & La Nina – Photostory Jan 19, 2012
Windsurfing ace Jason Polakow reports from Hawaii’s Jaws break and doesn’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.
Watch this entertaining second episode of windsurfing icon Jason Polakow's podcast in which the Australian demonstrates his diversity of talent. Click here if you have missed the first episode.
Jason Polakow windsurfing at Jaws: Podcast 1 Jul 15, 2011
Enjoy the amazing footage of big wave windsurfing icon Jason Polakow's first video podcast and then find out more about Jason's experience of Jaws, about which he says: "Since my first encounter with...
Bitten by Jaws Apr 5, 2010
Big wave hunter Jason Polakow had a miraculous escape while surfing the Jaws in Hawaii last week when the two-time windsurfing world champion wiped out and held under by three huge waves: setting a...