Saturday, March 26, 2016

Greatest In History: The Eddie At Epic Waimea Bay


QUIKSILVER IN MEMORY OF EDDIE AIKAU INVITATIONAL 2016 "greatest one-day Big Wave event in history"- WSL. The Eddie delivered epic conditions - Honolulu media said 60ft faces. Big sets, big drops, big wipeouts and some amazing recoveries. What an Incredible experience for all 25,000 of us filling that great amphitheater known as Waimea Bay. "Super Bowl Of Surfing" indeed. Congratulations John John Florence 13:20 and retiring Clyde Aikau 4:55 and all the invitees on memorable performances on a very memorable day 2/25/16. 

  1. John John Florence 4:51,5:10,5:15,12:30,13:20 
  2. Ross Clarke-Jones 1:11,1:50,10:12   
  3. Shane Dorian 1:00,8:12,9:16 
  4. Jamie Mitchell 1:50,10:36,11:18 
  5. Kelly Slater 2:54,3:32,4:21,11:40 
  6. Makuakai Rothman 66:44,7:24,8:06,13:50,15:09 
  7. Dave Wassel 10:01,10:45 
  8. Mason Ho 7:07,12:31,12:39,13:38 
  9. Jamie O’Brien 8:12,9:07,11:18 
  10. Aaron Gold 9:00,9:42 
  11. Mark Healey 5:03,5:20,13:1413:33 
  12. Takayuki Wakita 55:16,5:25,5:34,15:01
  13. Koa Rothman 6:55,7:24 
  14. Ian Walsh 
  15. Reef McIntosh 3:26,8:30,8:36 
  16. Kohl Christensen 1:11 
  17. Grant Baker 2:54,3:48 
  18. Bruce Irons 7:15,14:15 
  19. Ramon Navarro 
  20. Danilo Couto7:49 
  21. Clyde Aikau 4:55,5:25 
  22. Nathan Fletcher 4:59,13:44 
  23. Sunny Garcia 
  24. Kala Alexander 7:24,13:38 
  25. Peter Mel 13:50 
  26. Greg Long 1:11,8:30,8:35 
  27. Tom Carroll 2:30,8:55,9:50 
  28. Ben Wilkinson13:44,13:50 
  29. Noah Johnson.