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Big wave surfer Justine Dupont is a total badass who can hold her own in some of the world's biggest and most terrifying surf.
Over the weekend, the French surfer was awarded Biggest Wave, Ride of the Year, and Surfer of the Year in the women's categories at the New Big Wave Challenge awards in Nazaré, Portugal.
So it seems fitting to watch surf videographer Tim McKenna's latest edit showing a crew of Roxy girls absolutely ripping and getting super-shacked in this latest edit for the surf brand.
McKenna—who has a passion for shooting Teahupo'o—posted the edit above today.
It's short and sweet, at just around a minute long, featuring the Roxy girls getting back-to-back sick barrels at Teahupo'o.
The surfers in the edit are Tahiti's Vahine Fiero, eight-time world champ Stephanie Gilmore current world champ Caroline Marks, Izzi Gomez, Bronte Macaulay, and Bettylou Sakura Johnson.
Needless to say, the girls are absolutely killing it.
Following on the heels of Dupont's wins in Portugal for Ride of the Year, it's pretty damn cool to see how far women's surfing has come.
Press play above for some mind-blowing barrel riding.
An official press release from the Big Wave Challenge reveals more about the wave behind her win:
"Driving her victories was a wave she rode at the Cortes Bank, a rogue seamount 100 miles off the California coast last January while filming for the HBO Documentary Series 100 Foot Wave. The wave was estimated at 75 feet on the face and will be in contention for a Guinness World Record."
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