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      The most radical wave ever ridden in Tahiti by Nathan Fletcher. Note: The photo above was named as Extreme Photo of the Week by National Geographic and is nominated for the Monster Tube Award in the 2012 Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards!

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      Nathan Fletcher rides what is believed to be the heaviest wave ever ridden in Tahiti. Nathan was towed into this wave at the break called Teahupoo by a jetski. He rode the wave all the way to the end. Moments after this shot was taken he was swallowed up by the monster wave. Later Nathan said, after this violent wipeout, he felt to see if his head was still attached to his body. Picture: The Telegraph / Brian Bielmann / Barcroft Media

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