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Goiter one handed Graham Ezzy
on 18. October, 2012 – 08:20 / 4 Comments

Thanks to our friends at Maui Nerd Productions for sending this one handed Goiter by Graham Ezzy.

 

 


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  • Gary S says:

    Damn thats a clean one. the landing is pretty perfect.

  • georgi says:

    Wave neoclassical ballet dance? Where is the music? Maybe The Nutcracker…. Btw Graham is one of the most underrated talents in wave sailing. Why is that I dont know.

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