PHOTOS: Pe’ahi “Jaws” 1.28.16

January 28, 2016, 9:19 PM HST · Updated February 10, 11:33 AM
Meteorologist Malika Dudley · 0 Comments
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It was another big day at Pe’ahi but the conditions were much better. Photographer Wangdu Hovey was out in the water capturing the action. He said, “Conditions today were exactly the opposite of yesterday. Glassy and approachable. The guys went all in with some solid 40 foot faces. Ian Walsh, Shane Dorian and Billy Kemper grabbed some unbelievable rides and athletes from all over the world came to have their try at Pe’ahi.”

Mahalo to Wangdu Hovey of Peahi Surf Media (Instagram), John Patao “Pataorazzi” (Facebook) and Aaron Lynton (Facebook) for these images from today’s session.

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws" / Surfer: Tyler Larronde

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws” / Surfer: Tyler Larronde

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws" / Surfer: Greg Long

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws” / Surfer: Greg Long

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Wangdu Hovey 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: John Patao / Pe'ahi 1/28/16

Image: John Patao / Pe’ahi 1/28/16

Image: John Patao / Pe'ahi 1/28/16

Image: John Patao / Pe’ahi 1/28/16

Image: John Patao / Pe'ahi 1/28/16

Image: John Patao / Pe’ahi 1/28/16

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws" / Surfer: Andrea Moller

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws” / Surfer: Andrea Moller

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe'ahi "Jaws"

Image: Aaron Lynton 1.28.16 Pe’ahi “Jaws”

Meteorologist Malika Dudley
Malika was born and raised in Hilo. She began her career in news at KGMB9 in 2007. As a part of the Hawaii News Now weather team, Malika was nominated for two Emmy Awards for excellence in weather reporting and won the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Journalism Award for her reporting on Hawaii’s tsunami damage in 2011. In 2019, Malika was recognized by the Society of Professional Journalists Hawaii Chapter in the category of Science Reporting for her Big Island Now news report on what was happening beneath the sea surface at the ocean entry of the Puna lava flow.  

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