Who is job 4.0 – FINALE
Who is JOB 4.0 – FINALE
Who is JOB 4.0 – FINALE – Prepare for a feast of barrels as seen through Jamie O’Brien’s eyes! In the season Finale of “Who is JOB 4.0”, the boys give a behind the scenes look at the making of the show, and some of the best surfing from the season.
Numerous surfers and photographers have been killed at Pipe, including Jon Mozo and Tahitian Malik Joyeux, who was famous for his heavy charging (gutsy surfing) at Teahupo’o. Pipeline is often considered the world’s deadliest wave. Its average wave is 9 feet (3 m), but can be larger. Many more people have died or been seriously injured at Pipeline than at any other surf spot.
The takeoff zone (the area in which a surfer needs to be in order to catch a wave) at Pipeline is small, but a large number of surfers tend to congregate there when it is breaking large.
Among the many notable surfers to earn a reputation surfing the Pipeline are Butch Van Artsdalen, Jock Sutherland, Gerry Lopez, Mike Stewart, Shaun Tomson, Mark Richards, Michael Ho, Simon Anderson, Jack Lindholm,Tom Carroll, Sunny Garcia, Kelly Slater, Kainoa McGee, Jamie O’Brien, Rob Machado, Tamayo Perry, Andy Irons, Sion Milosky, John John Florence, Jeff Hubbard, Spencer Skipper, Marvin Foster and Ronnie Burns.
Shaun Tomson 1977 world champion from South Africa, Mark Richards four time 1979-1982 world champion from Australia, Wayne ‘Rabbit’ Bartholomew 1978 world champion from Australia and Peter Townend 1976 world champion from Australia earned reputations surfing Off-The-Wall and Backdoor at a time when competitive surfing was coming of age. Off-The-Wall, and Backdoor are “the rights on the other side of Pipeline” – Randy Rarick, Director of Hawaiian Triple Crown of Surfing quoted from the movie Bustin’ Down The Door.