El Niño has created the biggest waves in recent history

El Niño has created the biggest waves in recent history

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El Niño has created the biggest waves in recent history

Truly a weather event for the history books. The winter of 2015/2016 might go down as one of surfing’s finest seasons ever. You may not get a chance to paddle out at Jaws on a 60-foot swell before the El Niño well runs dry, but at least now, you can say you got to watch.

With Volcom Pipe Pro in full swing and Pipeline firing the only thing competitors and event coordinators have to worry about is just how big the waves are getting.

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