Ian Walsh stands and delivers at Peahi
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Watch 2 minutes of must-see wave action at Peahi

We serve up more surfing goodness as El Niño just keeps on going in Maui, Hawaii.
By Chris Binns
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Filmers At Large Peahi Maui

Maui's heaviest wave delivers again as El Nińo keeps on keeping on.

Maui has hit back in surfing's ongoing heavyweight fight between its own Peahi and Portugal's Nazare. While Nazare may claim the quantitative points for having the biggest waves, the qualitative decision can only go with the steep, sucking and barrelling beasts found at Peahi, leading many surfers to adopt Maui's slogan of Maui No Ka Oi, which translates to Maui Is The Best.
Kai Lenny would go

Kai Lenny would go

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Last week the wave also known as Jaws delivered for an all-star crew, with Ian Walsh, Shane Dorian, John John Florence, Kai Lenny and Josh Redman all stealing their share of the limelight across an afternoon of madness. But don't just take our word for it, hit play and enjoy this epic edit from Adam Carbajal, the latest offering in our Filmers@Large series.

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