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Stealing the Wave: The Epic Struggle Between Ken Bradshaw and Mark Foo
Stealing the Wave: The Epic Struggle Between Ken Bradshaw and Mark Foo (Paperback)
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In the winter of mid-eighties, two surfers are battling for supremacy at Waimea Bay, home to the biggest waves in the world. Old-school, and some say too old, Ken Bradshaw commands respect with his fearlessness and fearsome temper. Mark Foo is the new kid on the block. Icon of the younger generation, this photogenic Chinese-American wows the crowds with his lightning repertoire of cool moves. One perfect day at Sunset Beach, Foo audaciously steals a wave from under Bradshaw's nose, sparking a bitter feud that is to last for over ten years and end in tragedy.

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationSurfing, windsurfing, water skiing Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC Publication Date: 04/02/2008 ISBN-13: 9780747592853  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Andy Martin was born in London and teaches in Cambridge and New York. He learned to surf on the west coast of Australia. He is the author of Walking on Water, and has written about God, Napoleon and Brigitte Bardot and reported on surfing for the Independent and The Times.

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