Exciting and sometimes dangerous wave-riding situation, sometimes controlled, often not, where surfer and surfboard both disconnect from the top of a steep wave and drop vertically toward the trough. Most freefalls happen during last-second takeoffs, particularly at hollow breaks like Pipeline in Hawaii, or at the end of an off-the-top move. Advanced surfers can freefall by design, even in huge su...

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