Greg Noll also nicknamed “Da Bull” by Phil Edwards in reference to his physique and way of “charging” down the face of a wave is an American pioneer of big wave surfing and is also acknowledged as a prominent longboard shaper. Noll was a member of a US lifeguard team that introduced malibu boards to Australia around the time of the Melbourne Olympic Games.
Noll became known for his exploits in large Hawaiian surf on the North Shore of Oahu. He first gained a reputation in November 1957 after surfing Waimea Bay in 25–30 foot surf when it had previously been thought impossible even to the local Hawaiians. He is perhaps best known for being the first surfer to ride a wave breaking on the outside reef at the so-called Banzai Pipeline in November 1964.
This fantastic large photograph features Noll looking for the next big wave. The photo comes magnificently framed.
- Hand Signed by Greg Noll
- Presented in a deluxe timber frame.
- Accompanied by an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity
- Approximate framed dimensions are an impressive 800 mm x 650 mm.
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