When the worlds best showed up for the 2000 Masters championships the wave runners that were brought in by the water patrol instantly became the state of the art of tow-in surfing. Dave Kalama and Kelly Slater showed the international crowd how this ne...
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When the worlds best showed up for the 2000 Masters championships the wave runners that were brought in by the water patrol instantly became the state of the art of tow-in surfing. Dave Kalama and...
Le Piste in Hossegor on the Bay of Bisque is a world class sandbar. When Kelly Slater and friends showed up for a session on a clean powerful day, the spitting barrels and the World War 2 bunkers on...
|Synopsis||When the worlds best showed up for the 2000 Masters championships the wave runners that were brought in by the water patrol instantly became the state of the art of tow-in surfing. Dave Kalama and Kelly Slater showed the international crowd how this new approach to surfing is going off.|
|Genres||Big Wave Surfing, Shortboarding|
|Athletes||Kelly Slater, Dave Kalama|
|Running Time||2 minutes|
|Audio Language||English | Stereo|
|Streaming Resolution||SD | 640x480|
|Additional Features||Chapter Markers|
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