THE WORLD'S LONGEST
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST
STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST
Who surfed the world's longest wave?
A mighty wave known as the Pororoca
rolls up the Amazon, and other surrounding rivers, in Brazil. It is caused by
the tides of the Atlantic Ocean, nearly 200 miles away. This wave is at it's
strongest in March and April and attracts world class surfers for competition.
The record that we could find for surfing the longest distance on the Pororoca
was set by Picuruta Salazar of Brazil, who
in 2003 managed to ride the wave for 37 minutes and travel 12.5 kilometers.
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