It was a “bomb”, this is how Justine describes the wave she surfed yesterday on November 8 2020 on the legendary monster wave of Nazaré in Portugal. French SUP and big waves surfer Justine Dupont has just surfed the biggest wave of her life, setting perhaps a new record in women’s big wave surfing. The current record is set at 22,4 meters and owned by Brazilian surfer Maya Gabeira. Justine’s wave height will be analyzed and homologated in the coming months. In this video, follow the amazing French athlete in the 48 hours ahead of her new exploit in Nazaré, Portugal.
Justine Dupont is a French professional surfer. After being crowned Vice World Longboard Champion in 2007 at the age of 15, she won the title of Vice World Champion again still in longboard in 2019.
In 2016, she became Vice World Champion in Big Wave Surfing.
In 2017, she won another Vice World Champion title, this time in SUP surf.
In 2017, with the French team, she won the title of ISA Team Surfing World Champion.
In 2019 Justine becomes World Champion in Stand Up Paddle and Vice World Champion in Longboard.
Justine is also multiple French and European champion in surfing and longboarding. She cumulates 4 ISA World Champion team titles with France (2019 Sand Up Paddle, 2013 and 2019 Longboard, 2017 Surf).
Since 2013 Justine surfing waves considered to be the biggest waves surfed in the world by a woman, in 2019 she has established herself as a benchmark in the world of big wave surfing by winning several trophies at the XXL Big Waves Awards.
Since 2018 she has been elected head of the ISA Athletes’ Commission for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Justine divides her time between her life as an adventurous waterwoman, the search for big waves and her involvement in the 2020 Olympics project.
She launches her Youtube Channel in August 2019 where she frequently posts videos to share her daily life with her fans.
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