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- Cristobal de Col rides longest wave: Red Bull Chicama Challenge 2012
Cristobal de Col rides longest wave Red Bull Chicama Challenge 2012
- AUG 28, 2012
- Cristobal De Col
- About this Video
- Chicama, in the north of Peru is known as the longest left-hand wave in the world. Peruvian surf star Cristobal de Col recently pushed through fatigue, mental pressure and a jellyfish plague to set a brand new world record by performing 34 carved turns on this legendary wave at the Red Bull Chicama Challenge. “All the while I was counting and my mind was only focused on that moment. When I reached 25, I really started to give it my all. I chose to do carved turns because it’s the manoeuvre that fits best to this type of inconsistent wave,” explained an exhausted but happy world record holder after emerging from the water.
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