Weaving maneuver during which two surfers on the same wave, one ahead of the other, exchange positions and continue riding. Usually the trailing surfer will angle high across the wave, aiming for the shoulder, while the lead surfer cuts back from the shoulder to the whitewater. A go-behind can happen inadvertently, especially at a crowded surf break, but more often it occurs when two friendly surf...

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