Take A Glimpse Into Eire’s Burly Surf Tradition

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This text initially appeared on Surfer.com and was republished with permission.

It wasn’t that way back that Eire was barely a blip on the surf world’s radar. However as Irish surf tradition steadily developed,  clips of them driving larger and burlier waves continued to floor.

In late October, a monster swell from Hurricane Epsilon slammed into Eire’s Mullaghmore Head. Quickly after, a viral clip of Conor Maguire driving a 60-foot monster wave dropped jaws across the globe.

Study extra in regards to the surfers and tradition in Eire that paved the best way to Maguire’s epic experience. This video comes from filmmaker Mikey Corker’s award-winning 2018 docu-series, Made In Eire.



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