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Surfer rides huge waves in Mexico

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Josh Kerr has waved goodbye to fear, boldly riding the ocean to become the champion of the World Surf League’s Big Wave Tour Todos Santos Challenge in the Baja peninsula in Mexico. The Australian surfer kept his feet firmly planted whilst the sea rolled and thrashed beneath him. Making waves, Kerr surfed his way to a combined score of 24.27, swerving his way past American Greg London who finished with a combined score of 18.84. The second place finish moved Long into the overall lead on the Tour while Kerr moved up to fifth place overall after his Big Wave win.

But he’ll still have to wave off competition as there are two more events of the Tour which will finish at the end of February. But for now he is certainly riding the wave of success. .

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