Surfers brave the "biggest day ever" at world's craziest wave
While surfers in North America are celebrating the arrival of another beach season this Memorial Day weekend, beach-cooler talk will ultimately revolve to their surfing counterparts Down Under, and the few brave souls who celebrated the arrival of winter storms in the Southern Hemisphere last week by riding the biggest waves ever seen at Shipstern Bluff, an ominous Tasmanian break reserved for the truly bold.
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