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The Greatest Wave

Greg Long had spent more than 15 years of his life chasing big waves. Surfing giants was all about the rush, the adrenaline, the achievement. Finding bigger and better waves, pushing his personal limits. But surviving big waves? That was all about preparation..

SURFING MAGAZINE

Greg Long: Illumination

It is from the greatest challenges and the hardest times in our lives that we learn and grow the most.

THE INERTIA

9 Ways to Have More Fun Surfing in a Crowd

It is true that today’s broad surfing community possesses variable – and sometimes questionable – understanding of surfing etiquette…

THE INERTIA

Reflections on the Eddie

…I needed to ride four outstanding waves in order to overtake Kelly Slate, who was in first place…

HUFFINGTON POST

Greg Long Details How Mindfulness Influences His Life

BillabongXXL.com. Greg Long of San Clemente, California, gets one of the greatest big wave paddle-in tubes ….

THE GUARDIAN

Blood in the Surf: How Big Wave Surfer Greg Long Made Peace with the Ocean

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

Adventures of the Year: Greg Long

After nearly drowning, a big-wave surfer comes back to win his sport’s biggest title.

MEN’S JOURNAL

The 50 Most Adventurous Men

Ask big-wave legend Greg Long what really gets him stoked and he’ll tell you that it’s not the adrenaline, not the green room, but rather redrawing the map of where people can surf.

Surfer Mag - Duality at Puerto Escondido

SURFER MAGAZINE

The Long Haul

Greg Long is recognized as one of surf’s thoughtful ambassadors, penning expression to waves where words normally wouldn’t do.

The Inertia - Big Wave Champ

THE INERTIA

Greg Long is the 2015/2016 Big Wave Tour Champion

This winter has been one for the record books. With a massive El Nino producing swells of enormous proportions, big wave surfers have well and truly been getting their fill of waves that most normal surfers want no part of.

OUTSIDE MAGAZINE

Swell Guy

It takes a particular kind of crazy to ride a 75-foot mountain of water—unless you’re Greg Long, a calm, well-adjusted dude who approaches surfing like he’s playing chess.