A Brazilian surfer broke the world record for the highest wave ever surfed during a session in Portugal.
Video of the wave is terrifying.
Rodrigo Koxa, a Brazilian surfer, set the world record back in November 2017, but the video is going viral on social media this morning.
Check it out:
Brazilian surfer Rodrigo Koxa has officially broken the world record for the world’s biggest wave ever to have been surfed, with his incredible run at Nazare beach in Portugal being recognised as a Guinness World Record.
The World Surf League confirmed the achievement at its Big Wave Awards in Santa Monica, California, on Saturday night, with the official height of the wave registered at 80 feet [24.38 metres].
Roxa, who rode the wave back on 8 November, recalled it as “the best day of my life” with the video going viral on social media over the weekend.
Yeah, I'm good on land.