One Sydney Beach, an Epic Swell, and the Locals Who Rode It

23 Jun 2020 3 Share

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Video by Spencer Frost

Is this the best edit to come out of that epic swell that battered the east coast of Australia late-May 2020? It's certainly the best to come out of this particular region for it. On the Northern Beaches of Sydney, on the same days that the greatest surfer of all time was paddling out in their line-ups, the working surfers of Beau Cram, Karl Atkins, Paul “Bass” Stanton and Nick Laidlaw took to their local and surfed it with wonderful aplomb.

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