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Shipsterns Lost Footage

by on Friday 13th December, 2013   26678 Visits   Comments

Dave Otto recently discovered a treasure trove of Shipstern Bluff footage lurking on a misplaced hard-drive. This clip compiles the best of the action in a stunning tribute to Tasmania’s most notorious slab.

“I’ve been filming Shippies for about 6-7 years now and these are some of my favourite clips” says Otto. “Ryan Hipwood, Marti Paradisis and Tyler Hollmer-Cross (in order) all scores some absolute bombs and at the the time were really pushing the limits of big slab surfing.”

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