Living The Dream
Last week a huge swell hit Hawaii - bringing Pe’ahi to life again and there was a whole blockbuster crew in the lineup. There have obviously been several talking points about the last huge swell, but the main one involves 19-year-old Adam Warchol (Quatro / Goya Windsurfing), who suffered quite possibly the worst wipeout in windsurfing history after a 60 foot plus bomb landed on his head. Thankfully, the young gun survived unscathed and you can now hear him recount the experience in person @ www.instagram.com/p/CKPlfTjn25c/
Adam Warchol: “Living the dream!!!
Was always my dream to come to Hawaii and ride big waves!! @quatromaui @goyawindsurfing
First of all, I want to say Thank you so so much to the safety crew, to @kurtischongkee for picking me up from the mordor, and for all the support from everyone!! Thank you to all the people that made that session happen starting with @priority.plaster and all his support on the boat and after, along with @andreamollermaui and all the medical staff, and amazing people supporting me on that boat:
@alexmblau @surf.travel.explore @kealakennelly @wheresgabs (...)Thank you @zaniac1, @mat5o for all the training sessions together!! Im so grateful for everything!!
I met so many amazing people!! Is crazy how everything changed since my first ever session on big waves at Jaws at the beginning of December!!
Here is a little story of my wipeout!! Thank you so much @levi_siver for the amazing edit!!!
: @damiengirardin @acl_cinema, @mattp.aul, @david_swifft - Thank you!!!
@balticasurf @solkinemaui @international.windsurfing.tour @surfline @redbull @wslbigwave @wsl @stab @magicseaweed