The Maui-born big-wave charger recaps the day it all came together in this stunning must-see video from Hawaii.
Get a look at why this year's Pe'ahi Challenge is already being labeled as the best in Big Wave Tour history.
History making performances mark another epic running of the Pe'ahi Challenge.
The Finals of the Pe'ahi Challenge was a battle between six of the world's best big-wave chargers.
The former BWT Champ earned a 6.43 in the Pe'ahi Final to finish in third place.
One intense moment during the finals of the Pe'ahi Challenge was this near collision between these two chargers.
Ian Walsh earns a 7.67, Billy Kemper a 6.57 in Pe'ahi Final.
Makuakai Rothman earns a 5.60 to open the Final at the Pe'ahi Challenge.
Makuakai Rothman vs. Greg Long vs. Billy Kemper vs. Ryan Hipwood vs. Kai Lenny vs. Ian Walsh
Tracking the path of the six surfers who made the Final at Jaws.
The Maui local wins one of the best Big Wave Tour heats ever.
Ian Walsh earns a perfect 10 in Heat 2 of the Semifinals.
The Australian alternate made the most of his opportunity.
Surfing's Renaissance man got the party started during the incredible Semifinal heat at Jaws with the first big barrel.
Ian Walsh vs. Kai Lenny vs. Ryan Hipwood vs. Lucas Chianca vs. Jamie Mitchell vs. Albee Layer
The former BWT Champ moves on to Final with Greg Long and Billy Kemper.
Makuakai Rothman earns an 6.67 in Heat 1 of the Semis.
Greg Long earns an 5.17 in Heat 1 of the Semifinals.