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Jeff Rowley – Incredible Wipeout at Jaws
A few days ago, on the 18th of this month to be more precisely, Jeff Rowley, the Big Wave surfing legend who needs no introduction, and charged the monster waves at Jaws once again. Well, not everything worked as planned for Jeff, although he was re...
Jeff Rowley
An epic Jaws big wave paddle in wave session seems to be the perfect way to end 2012 for Jeff Rowley. Jeff is one of the legends of big wave surfing and it is no wonder that he has chosen to end 2012 this way. The Big Wave Surfer paddles into perfect...
Jeff Rowley
Jeff Rowley is one of the most spectacular big wave riders ever. One of his latest big wave adventures brought him the 4th place at the 2012 Global Billabong XXL Big Wave Awards in the Ride of the Year category. He received this award for dominating...
Jeff Rowley and Todd Rosewall
A series of low pressure systems in the Southern Ocean caused a massive swell on the Fiji shores, earlier this month, during the prestigious Fiji ASP World Tour stop. This phenomenon also caused storm damage to Victoria and New South Wales in the sam...
Jeff Rowley
Cottage by the Sea is an Australian based nonprofit organization which tries to provide short term relief care to families in need. It is one of the oldest charities in Australia. It annually aids more than 900 families. The latest member of t...
Jeff Rowley
The Billabong XXL Big Wave Awards are regarded as the Oscars of surfing. It is a unique event which gathers the most prestigious names in the industry and celebrates the best big wave surfing performances of the year. Jeff Rowley, the renowned...
Jeff Rowley at Jaws
Taming the T-Rex of Surf - Maui, Hawaii, 31 January 2012   Jaws bites - Big wave surfers, Jeff Rowley, Greg Long, Shaun Walsh and Albee Layer ‘paddle-in’ to gigantic 15 meter (50 foot) plus waves at Peahi “Jaws&rdquo...
Jeff Rowley Rides Jaws
On Friday the 6th of January, big wave rider Jeff Rowley has become the first Australian to ride the Jaws without Jet Ski Tow-in. He managed to paddle onto a huge 50 feet wave and ride it without problems, although it seems almost impossible....