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Storm Surfers - How Heavy is a Big Wave

An incredible amount of water threatens the life of a big wave surfer. Australian Storm Surfers Ross Clarke-Jones and Tom Carroll have charged some of the heaviest waves on the planet. Here they break down the mathematical details on how heavy big waves actually are when surfers take them on the head. Just the lip of some surf breaks weighs more than 300 small cars and is moving in multiple directions. For more information and videos of Storm Surfers visit www.thesurfchannel.com

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