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Surfing a really long wave off the coast of Namibia: Drone & POV GoPro views

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Watch pro surfer Koa Smith ride one long wave—over 1.5 kilometers or almost a mile in distance—at Skeleton Bay off the coast of Namibia. The two minute ride was shot by drone, above, and by a GoPro Smith had on him. Spot the drone from his POV:

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