Sessions: Drone's Eye View of Pumping Superbank

Sessions: Drone's Eye View of Pumping Superbank

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Sessions: Drone's Eye View of Pumping Superbank

For drone filmers like Jaiden Maclean, a pumping Gold Coast swell means days-long sprints up and down the coast, chasing changing tides and blue, draining barrels, with the likes of Dingo Morrison and Joel Parkinson.

These days, Maclean’s got the manic process down pat, and the edit above is visual proof. From Kirra to lesser crowded waves farther north, from the beach to the ski, be prepared to be piloted through a handful of brilliant sessions that epitomise the meaning of fun. And lucky for the pros, the contest ended up being pretty legendary, too.

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