Originally posted on Backyard Sports Blog  |  Last updated 1/29/13
Surfer Garrett McNamara broke the world record in November of 2011 when he road a 78 foot wave in Nazare, Portugal, which was first reported to be a 90 foot wave.  Yesterday Garrett was back at the same surf spot and it looks like he's outdone himself.  First reports are saying that the wave he surfed yesterday was around 100 feet. The image captured by Tó Mané, one of the best surf photographers in Europe, is simply breathtaking. Garrett McNamara is seen riding what seems to be a 100-foot wave. Although is far from clear, as the shot is taken from an upper angle, the ride is unbelievable. Tó Mané freezes the moment when McNamara descends the face of the wave. Surfer Today  It's unclear how tall the wave actually was, and officials still need to confirm the height, but one thing is for sure, this bad boy was a monster.  Let's hope there is some footage out there for us to check out soon.  If so I will be sure to update this post. Check out our Home Page for more stories and follow us on Twitter and Facebook
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