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Hawaiian surfer wins first big wave surf competition of the season in Mexico

By Reuters
01 August 2017   |   3:30 pm
Hawaiian Kai Lenny beat 23 other competitors to win the first event of the 2017 World Surf League Big Wave Tour.

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