The wipeout is incredible to watch in slow motion. But, that isn’t it for this video. Watching Teahupoo filmed by the high speed, high resolution phantom camera is an experience. To take this fast, brutally powerful wave and slow it down and watch every drop of water move is inspiration for awe. Grab a cup of coffee, relax, and be prepared to leave your world behind for 7 minutes and 30 seconds. Wipeouts On The Most Powerful Wave on Earth In Slow Motion | Unofficial Networks

Wipeouts On The Most Powerful Wave on Earth In Slow Motion

Wipeouts On The Most Powerful Wave on Earth In Slow Motion

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Wipeouts On The Most Powerful Wave on Earth In Slow Motion

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This wipeout is incredible to watch in slow motion.  But, that isn’t the only incredible piece of this video.  Watching Teahupoo filmed by the high speed, high resolution phantom camera is an experience.

To take this fast, brutally powerful wave and slow it down and watch every drop of water move is inspiration for awe.

Grab a cup of coffee, relax, and be prepared to leave your world behind for 7 minutes and 30 seconds.

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Teahupoo won’t be forgotten by this surfer

“This day at Teahupoo- Aug 27th 2011 during the Billabong Pro waiting period is what many are calling the biggest and gnarliest Teahupoo ever ridden. Chris Bryan was fortunate enough to be there working for Billabong on a day that will go down in the history of big wave surfing. The French Navy labeled this day a double code red prohibiting and threatening to arrest anyone that entered the water.
Kelly Slater described the day by saying “witnessing this was a draining feeling being terrified for other people’s lives all day long, it’s life or death. Letting go of that rope one time can change your life and not many people will ever experience that in their life.” “ – ChrisBryanFilms.com

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