Hawaiian surfer breaks wave-riding record at Nazare, Portugal
Guinness World Records just recognized a 44-year-old Hawaiian surfer for riding the biggest wave ever recorded by a surfer. Last November Garrett McNamara caught a 78-foot wave at Nazare, off the coast of Portugal, beating the previous 2008 record by more than a foot. “I knew it was big, but I didn’t know how big,” he said. Watch the video here.

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