The surfer tackled a 78-foot wave off the same coast in 2011.
The Discovery Channel documentary spends nearly its first 10 minutes rehashing the old legends—all debunked—of a surfer.
He had the casual demeanor of a surfer, with blond hair and a backwards baseball cap.
When the climber and surfer became a father, his culinary skills were a notch above “pasta boiler.”
Click on surfer Rosa or Doolittle or the Wave of Mutilation compilation.
In those accounts, neither Buzzelli nor the eager-for-an-angle reporters dubbed the man a World Trade Center “surfer.”
After splitting up with Ken seven years ago, she briefly flirted with a bronzed Aussie surfer named Blaine.
But he was also a gifted actor, providing an interesting mélange of surfer dude insouciance with a hint of danger.
1680s, probably from earlier suffe (1590s), of uncertain origin. Originally used in reference to the coast of India, hence perhaps of Indic origin. Or perhaps a phonetic respelling of sough, which meant "a rushing sound."
A person who ''surfs'': People are taking the trouble to put the professional sports schedules on line, to be consulted by any surfer of cyberspace (1990s+)
To move or pass through some range of choices, such as television channels: I surfed from your show/ They're surfing the same part of the zeitgeist
[1990s+; fr the ease and rapidity of movement while surfing on waves]